Final Defendant Pleads Guilty to $550 Million Ponzi Scheme—One of the Largest Ever Charged in Maryland
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Final Defendant Pleads Guilty to $550M Ponzi Scheme–One of the Largest Ever Charged in Maryland Jay Ledford Created False Documents to Conceal the Fraud; SEC Has Related Civil Action
Ponzi Schemes; Kevin Merrill Pleads Guilty to $550 Million Ponzi Scheme-One of the Largest Ever Charged in Maryland
· Zbacnik pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering and one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud and money laundering. She is the sixth and final defendant to have pled guilty to various mortgage fraud charges following a June, 2008 indictment which was handed down in Dayton federal court.
Front Man Pleads Guilty to $550 Million Ponzi Scheme-One of the Largest Ever Charged in Maryland May 18, 2019 May 17, 2019 David Higgins baltimore md , somd courts , somd news , southern maryland courts , southern maryland news
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From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC:. A Towson millionaire pleaded guilty Thursday in a $550 million Ponzi scheme – one of the largest ever charges in maryland. federal prosecutors called Kevin Merrill the front man in a fraud to dupe vulnerable investors out of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Michael Andre Brown of Waldorf, Maryland, pleaded guilty to a federal bribery charge in connection with his employment with a federal contractor.