Armonk lawyer faces jail in $66 milli...

Armonk lawyer faces jail in $66 million mortgage fraud scheme

There are 1 comment on the The Journal News story from Jan 30, 2013, titled Armonk lawyer faces jail in $66 million mortgage fraud scheme. In it, The Journal News reports that:

It's been a rough two days for Kevin Hymes. The now-disbarred lawyer, who previously admitted to taking part in a $66 million mortgage fraud scheme involving several properties in Westchester County, was sentenced Monday to two years in federal prison, then pleaded guilty to separate charges in Westchester County Court less than 24 hours later.

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Concerned Citizen

Montclair, NJ

#1 Feb 1, 2013
This criminal had no conscience. His real name is Kevin Hymowitz – he is a disgrace to his heritage, former profession and his race. Like his brethren Bernie Madoff, he wrecked lives with reckless abandon and left no stone unturned with his ill intent and malicious manner. The trail he left behind included a Pastor, his own wife (x), colleagues, small business owners, Doctors, Lawyers, Banks etc… I’m sure he has cash stashed away somewhere for when he gets out of jail. Hopefully, the authorities can track and uncover as much as humanly possible and continue to track him once he serves his time. What a despicable Napoleon complex individual…

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