Posts Tagged ‘bank fraud’

Ex-contractor’s bank fraud sentencing rescheduled for March

SOUTHAVEN — The sentencing hearing for former Southaven contractor James M. Harris Jr. has been reset for March 25 in Aberdeen. The 53-year-old Harris pleaded guilty in federal court last year to one count of loan and credit application fraud. Harris admitted that he made false statements to Citizens National Bank in Olive Branch so […] [...]

Ex-contractor’s bank fraud trial postponed

by Associated Press Published: January 28,2014

Tags: bank fraud, Cherry Hills, contractor, court, crime, James Harris, judicial, justice, law, legal, real estate, residentail, subdivision, trial

SOUTHAVEN — The sentencing hearing for a former Southaven contractor who admitted to submitting fake invoices to a bank for work at a subdivision his company never built has been delayed until an unspecified date. The Commercial Appeal reports James Harris was scheduled for sentencing Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Aberdeen, but his lawyers […] [...]

Ex-contractor to be sentenced for bank fraud this month

SOUTHAVEN — Sentencing for James M. Harris, a former contractor with the city of Southaven who pleaded guilty last year to a federal bank fraud charge, is scheduled for Jan. 29 in Aberdeen. The Commercial Appeal reports the 54-year-old Harris pleaded guilty on Sept. 12 to one count of loan and credit application fraud in […] [...]

Former city contractor pleads guilty to bank fraud

SOUTHAVEN — A former contractor with the city of Southaven has pleaded guilty to a federal charge that he made false statements to an area bank to get money from a loan for drainage work at a subdivision that his development company never built. The Commercial Appeal reports it took 53-year-old James Harris, of Hernando, […] [...]

Ex-city contractor to change plea in bank fraud case

SOUTHAVEN — A former Southaven city contractor accused of bank fraud is set for a plea change hearing next month. The Commercial Appeal reports 53-year-old James Malcolm Harris Jr., of Hernando, pleaded not guilty to two counts of loan and credit application fraud and one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States when he […] [...]

Two suspects face sentencing for bank fraud

HATTIESBURG — Two suspects in a federal bank fraud case face sentencing in November following their guilty pleas earlier this month. Angela D. Bryant and Timothy Bryant both pleaded guilty to charges against them Aug. 15 and are set to be sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Keith Starrett on Nov. 7 in Hattiesburg. Angela […] [...]

Real estate developer gets 10 days in prison for bank fraud

OXFORD — DeSoto County developer Chuck Roberts will serve 10 days in a federal prison in September for his role in a bank fraud scheme involving a Southaven subdivision his company was planning to build. The Commercial Appeal reports the 46-year-old Roberts said during yesterday’s sentencing hearing in U.S. District Court in Oxford that his […] [...]

Ex-city contractor asks for more time to prepare defense

OXFORD — Former Southaven city contractor James Malcolm Harris Jr., who was recently indicted on bank fraud charges, has requested that his March 4 trial be postponed to give his attorney enough time to prepare for the case. The Commercial Appeal reports Harris’ attorney, David Hill, filed a motion for a continuance on Feb. 15 […] [...]

Keenum sentenced to 22 months for bank fraud

by Associated Press Published: January 3,2012

Tags: attorney, bank fraud, banking and finance, Banks, courts, financial institutions, law, lawyer, sentencing

BOONEVILLE — Once prominent attorney Thomas D. Keenum Sr. of Booneville has been sentenced to 22 months for federal bank fraud. The 73-year-old Keenum pleaded guilty in August 2010 to a scheme to defraud BancorpSouth of Booneville through a $135,447 loan. He faced up to 30 years in prison and $1 million in fines. The […] [...]

Ex-Hancock auditor to be sentenced for fraud

by Associated Press Published: December 27,2011

Tags: auditing, auditors, audits, bank fraud, banking and finance, Banks, courts, financial institutions, sentencing

GULFPORT — A former Hancock Bank auditor is scheduled for sentencing in January for defrauding the bank of $143,000 over a two-year period by converting portions of collections into money orders. Lisa Brooks sentencing hearing is scheduled for Jan. 10 in U.S. District Court in Gulfport. Authorities say the Gulfport woman faces a maximum penalty […] [...]

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