Utah Man Pleads Guilty to Charges Connected to Multi-Million-Dollar Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Utah Man Pleads Guilty to Charges Connected to Multi-Million-Dollar Mortgage Fraud Scheme

CHARLESTON, WV – July 13, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin announced today that a Utah man pleaded guilty in federal court for his involvement in a multi-million-dollar mortgage fraud scheme linked to properties at a Putnam County, West Virginia. subdivision. Raymond Paul Morris, 51, of South Weber, Utah, pleaded guilty to wire fraud and bank fraud. Morris admitted to participating in the sophisticated multi-million-dollar mortgage fraud scheme in early 2006 along with co-conspirators Deborah L. Joyce, 38, of Hurricane, West Virginia, and Michael Hurd, 37, of Utah.

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