Mobile County Woman Sentenced For Her Role In Mortgage Fraud Case
The United States Attorney, Kenyen Brown announces that Delaine Williams, a 27 year old Satsuma resident was sentenced today for her role in a mortgage fraud scheme conducted at the Midtown Mortgage brokerage house. Williams falsified documents on a mortgage loan application so that it would be approved. Williams was charged by information in May 2013 and later pled guilty pursuant to a plea agreement on June 21, 2013. United States District Judge Kristi Dubose sentenced Williams to five (5) years’ probation and ordered her to pay $45,707.66 in restitution to The Department of Housing and Urban development (HUD) and a monetary assessment of $100.
Special Agents of The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s/Office of Inspector General investigated the case and brought it to the U.S. Attorney=s Office for prosecution. The prosecutor assigned to the case is Assistant United States Attorney, Gina S. Vann.
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