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Multiple Victim Case - United States V. Kenneth Jackson, Et Al.

 

United States v. Kenneth Jackson, et al.
Court Docket No. 1:15CR263

The Court has designated this case as a "Multiple Crime Victim" case under the provisions of 18 U.S.C. §3771(d)(2). Status updates and notices of scheduled court proceedings will be relayed through this website. General information for victims of federal crime is also available on this website under the link for the Victim-Witness Assistance Program.

DISCLOSURE

On July 14, 2015, KENNETH JACKSON, WILLIAM SCHURECK, DARYL DANE DONOHUE, and DENNIS DECIANCO, were indicted by a federal grand jury and charged with the following crimes:  mail fraud; wire fraud; conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud; securities fraud; money laundering; conspiracy to commit money laundering; and making materially false statements to federal agents.

These charges all relate to alleged materially false statements and representations that Defendants made or caused to be made, and material information that Defendants allegedly failed to disclose, in connection with their seeking persons to invest in Medical Safety Solutions, Inc. (“MSS”) and the product the “Sharps Terminator” and related products or lend money to MSS for the “Sharps Terminator” and other products.

This criminal case is currently pending in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, before the Honorable Patricia A. Gaughan, and assigned case number 1:15cr263.

In addition, on August 27, 1992, KENNETH JACKSON was convicted after a jury trial in Wayne County, Ohio, Court of Common Pleas, of the following crimes:  sale of unregistered securities, securities fraud and false representation in selling securities; unlicensed sale of securities, aggravated theft, theft, perjury, and passing bad checks.  The convictions stemmed from JACKSON’s operation of an approximately $13 million Ponzi scheme that involved the sale of securities in “Vision Television Network.”  JACKSON was sentenced to incarceration and served approximately seven years in prison.  The Honorable Mark K. Wiest presided over the case, which was assigned case numbers 91-cr-218 and 92-cr-031.  JACKSON was also ordered to disgorge and pay over approximately $1.8 million to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission as a result.  (See SEC v. Blazo Corp., et al., U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Civil Action No. 91-414, Judge Standish).

Press Release Link

Significant Events:

 

7/14/15

Indictment returned as to Kenneth Jackson, William Schureck, Dennis Deciancio and Daryl Dane Donohue
Case assigned to United States District Judge Jack Zouhary

Signed Indictment.pdf (7.03 MB)

8/3/15

Order authorizing Alternative Victim Notification Procedures

Order-Alt Notification Method.pdf (40.45 KB)

Updated December 28, 2016

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