Pittenger and Tillis are wealthiest members of Congress from N.C. Pittenger and Tillis are wealthiest members of Congress from N.C. Two years later, with Pittenger Land transferred to his wife, his net worth was $14 million. He still ranks as the 43rd richest member of the 535 House and Senate members, according to Santa Barbara, Calif.-based InsideGov, a research company.
Laron Evans, 34, of Vicksburg, pled guilty yesterday before U.S. District Court Judge Henry T. Wingate to conspiring to commit wire fraud, mail fraud and
Former Paralegal In Georgia Pleads Guilty To Embezzling $600K From Law Firm’s Client Accounts From the Augusta Chronicle on 3/12/2015: A paralegal who was accused of stealing almost $600,000 from a law firm and its clients pleaded guilty Tuesday after just two days of a trial in which he represented himself.
West Orange pastor pleads guilty to money laundering and insurance fraud. He is scheduled to be sentenced by Jimenez on Aug. 17 and was arrested on March 25, 2017, after an investigation by Detective Joseph Glowacki of the South Plainfield Police Department and Detective Jonathan Berman of the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.
A businessman who went on the lam after being convicted in an elaborate multimillion-dollar condominium fraud case in San. who was found guilty of 13 felony counts, including grand theft, money.
Bank branch manager pleads guilty to bank fraud, ID theft May 30, 2019 RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) – A federal prosecutor says a pastor at a South Carolina church has pleaded guilty to charges that he used his position as a bank branch manager in North Carolina to steal the.
Wright’s sentence is a result of his guilty plea last October to a seven-count Information charging: one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, two counts of bank fraud, one count of mail fraud, one count of aggravated identity theft, and one count of
Pastor pleads guilty to bank fraud, ID theft, laundering money through church. Tony McElveen, who once ran for mayor of Florence, used his position as pastor of a church and bank manager in Robeson County, NC, at BB&T, to obtain fraudulent loans and credit from elderly customers and use the money for his own use, including hotel rooms in Myrtle Beach.
On July 22, 2015, Swisshelm pleaded guilty to bank fraud and money laundering; Swisshelm II pleaded guilty to misprision of a felony. According to court documents, Swisshelm was the owner of Horned Frog Deli, Inc., and Swisshelm Properties, Inc. Swisshelm II was the president of Swisshelm Properties.