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Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Street Gang Real Estate Fraud |

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Street Gang Real Estate Fraud | "FBI recently uncovered the largest mortgage fraud case ever prosecuted in the Southern District of California. This elaborate con which ran from 2005 to 2008, defrauded over 70 lenders and involved the sale of 220 homes and mortgages with a total value in excess of 0 million. The Southern California homes targeted were located in Spring Valley, La Mesa and Encanto neighborhood of San Diego.
The ring leader was street gang member Darnell Bell, from the Lincoln Park gang. Previously in jail for cocaine distribution, this may be a sign that gangs are branching into more sophisticated crimes. Over million was deposited into an account controlled by Bell. This complex scheme resulted in charges to 24 co-conspirators for bank and wire fraud, money laundering and corrupt racketeering activity. They had participants from real estate, title insurance, appraisal and notary public."

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