Mortgage Fraud Scheme
A judge sentenced a 31-year-old Albertville man to 125 months in prison Monday for playing a part in a mortgage fraud scheme that caused lenders to lose more than $7.7 million, the United States Department of Justice said.
A former Minneapolis loan officer pleaded guilty in Minneapolis Federal Court Thursday in connection with a $2.8 million mortgage fraud scheme that involved five properties.
Hannah Noel Perlich, 29, was charged with six counts of wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with the crime. She worked as a loan officer for St. Joseph’s Financial and Legacy Lending.
A 40-year-old Hudson, Wis. lawyer was sentenced in Minneapolis Tuesday for stealing more than $3 million in a mortgage fraud scheme, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.