Former Vikings Player Found Guilty Of Bank FraudA guilty verdict was reached Friday in the bank fraud trial of a former Minnesota Vikings player. A federal jury convicted Stu Voigt and a business partner of stealing from investors in a multi-million-dollar scheme.
Trial Begins For Former Viking Accused In Ponzi SchemeJury selection begins Monday for the trial of former Minnesota Vikings Stu Voigt. Voigt and his business partner Jeffrey Gardner head to federal court this week for allegedly bilking investors out of millions of dollars. The two face several criminal charges in connection to a real estate scheme between 2005 and 2007.
Vikings Fans Brimming With Excitement Ahead Of Home OpenerThis time right before kick-off of a new season gets fans excited for what this year may hold. People poured into B52 Burger and Brew in Inver Grove Heights to start celebrating with other fans before the game. Some of them are even former players.
Voigt Pleads Not Guilty In Alleged Ponzi SchemeFormer Minnesota Vikings tight end Stu Voigt has pleaded not guilty in an alleged Ponzi scheme. Voigt entered his plea Thursday after being indicted earlier in April on charges of conspiracy and fraud.
Fmr. Viking Accused Of Multi-Million Dollar Ponzi SchemeTwo Minnesota men, including a former Minnesota Vikings tight end, are charged with running a Ponzi scheme that defrauded investors out of millions of dollars. The U.S. Attorney's office says 66-year-old Stu Voigt and 61-year-old Jeffery Gardner face several criminal charges in connection to a real estate scheme between 2005 and 2007.
Ex-Vikes' Yary, Others Sue Voigt Over InvestmentsEx-Minnesota Vikings' player Ron Yary is suing former teammate Stu Voigt over some bad investments.