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Figure in Loomis investment fraud receives 5-year sentence

Lawrence Leland "Lee" Loomis, 55, was the founder of Loomis Wealth Solutions and several related companies that allegedly defrauded at least 176 investors and lenders out of more than $20 million. Six Loomis associates are also named in the 50-count indictment, including Loomis’ father-in-law, John Hagener, 76.

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Loomis Man Sentenced to over 2 Years in Prison for Tax Refund Fraud Scheme. The tax returns fraudulently claimed the First-Time Homebuyer Credit, which was worth as much as $7,500. The refunds for the fraudulent claims were electronically deposited into various bank accounts controlled by Kuzmenko’s co-defendants. The fraudulent claims totaled approximately $695,724, of which the irs paid approximately 3,000.

BULLETIN: UPDATED 8:48 A.M. EDT (U.S.A.) Steven Byers, the president and chief executive officer of WexTrust Capital LLC, has been sentenced to 160 months in federal prison for his role in an alleged $255 million Ponzi and fraud scheme that cost investors millions of dollars. Byers, 48, of Oakbrook, Ill., was sentenced by Judge Denny Chin of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

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Sevierville Developer Receives Five-Year Sentence for Wire and Bank Fraud Conspiracy and Money Laundering in $6 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme U.S. Attorney’s Office July 01, 2013 Eastern.

Welliver pleaded guilty in July to a single count of securities fraud, almost a year after he was indicted on 14 federal fraud and money laundering charges. The agreement carried a fixed 5-year prison sentence.

The Loomis Fargo Bank Robbery was a robbery of $17.3 million in cash from the Charlotte, North Carolina, regional office vault of Loomis, Fargo & Co. on the evening of October 4, 1997. The robbery was committed by Loomis vault supervisor David Scott Ghantt, his married girlfriend kelly Campbell (a former Loomis co-worker), Steve Chambers, his wife michelle chambers, Michael Gobbies, and four.

The original set of thieves, who lifted the cash from a Loomis Fargo vault in October 1997 in the largest such heist in U.S. history, became known as "the gang that couldn’t steal straight." "Today’s sentences mark the end of the ‘Loomis Fargo Heist’ case," said U.S. Attorney Bob Conrad Jr.

Convicted in 1983, she was sentenced to life imprisonment with a 25 year mandatory sentence on the murder charge and received another 30 years for conspiracy. the murder conviction was later overturned by she continues to serve time on her fraud and conspiracy convictions.