United States v. Sherry Gore

United States v. Sherry Gore


1:18-CR-0046-JMS-DML (S.D. Ind.)


Sherry Gore has been charged with conspiring to use a false name in connection with a fraud scheme for her role collecting money for a long-running psychic mail fraud scam. According to charges, Gore sent collection letters to victims of the psychic scheme after the victims’ checks bounced. In the letters, Gore used the false names “Cecilia Roberts,” “Robert Franklin” and “William Johnson” and falsely threatened that lawyers would pursue legal proceedings against victims if those victims did not send payments.

 

Scheduled Court Hearing

Change of Plea and Sentencing Hearing - May 21, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.

            U.S. District Court, Room 307

            46 E. Ohio Street

           Indianapolis, Indiana  46204

 

Court Documents

2/21/18 – Information

2/21/18 – Petition to Enter Plea of Guilty and Plea Agreement

 

Under the “Justice for All Act of 2004,” codified at 18 U.S.C. §3771, a crime victim has specified rights. Find more information regarding those rights here.

If you are a victim of the offense being charged in this case, you may contact the Victim-Witness Coordinator in the Southern District of Indiana to help you exercise your rights. 

For information or assistance, please contact:

Stephanie Lloyd
Victim-Witness Coordinator
United States Attorney's Office
10 West Market Street, Suite 2100
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
(855) 456-0245
Stephanie.Lloyd@usdoj.gov

Topic: 
Consumer Protection
Industry Code: 
None
Component: 
Civil Division
Updated May 7, 2018