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jac k i

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Jun 11, 2009
Do research on these people they are involed in 70 million in FRAUD. check with FBI, IRS and state / local authorities. Do not give them your money they will take it and run.
Ramsey county

United States

#2 Mar 16, 2011
see that renee manning works for ramsey county - will have to let her department know of her history.
jac k i wrote:
Do research on these people they are involed in 70 million in FRAUD. check with FBI, IRS and state / local authorities. Do not give them your money they will take it and run.
securities fraud

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Apr 22, 2011
these three offered a PLP private loan program witha 25 million insurance policy that has been misplaced. selling unlicensed securities they are involved in 65 - 80 million in fraud, as stated never gorget the criminal actions. you know that the govt is watching these three very closely. former mrs joe cole has great inside information, he left her and 4 kids out on the street now on county/state assistance what a great father, not.
Ramsey county wrote:
see that renee manning works for ramsey county - will have to let her department know of her history.
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greed

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Jul 28, 2011
jac k i wrote:
Do research on these people they are involed in 70 million in FRAUD. check with FBI, IRS and state / local authorities. Do not give them your money they will take it and run.
2 Locals Charged in Multimillion-Dollar Mortgage Scams
Derrick Lance is charged for his alleged role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme involving 57 properties. Lindsey Rae Loyear, meanwhile, was charged on Friday for her role in a mortgage fraud scheme involving the Cloud 9 Sky Flats development in Minnetonka.

The U.S. Attorney’s office in Minnesota on Monday announced charges in two separate multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud schemes.

Derrick Ivan Lance, a 40-year-old mortgage broker from Edina, is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud for his alleged role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme involving 57 properties.

Between 2004 and 2007, he allegedly conspired with others to obtain mortgage loan proceeds based on falsified documents. Lance’s co-conspirators recruited buyers for residential properties; buyers were told that they’d get “kickbacks” once the deals closed, which could be applied toward the mortgages or be used to improve the properties.

Lance is accused of creating and submitting mortgage applications that misrepresented buyers’ actual finances. The false documents led to loans being approved, and loan proceeds being disbursed to title companies. Lance and others then had title companies put a portion of the proceeds into accounts not associated with the buyers in an attempt to hide the kickbacks, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.

Lance allegedly received about $200,000 for helping buyers to get loans for 26 properties. He faces up to 20 years in prison, and his co-conspirator, Roger Bill Hanks of Coon Rapids, pleaded guilty last month in connection to the scheme.

Also on Friday, Lindsey Rae Loyear was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud for her alleged role in a scheme to defraud lenders out of more than $5 million.

From 2006 to 2008, Loyear allegedly worked with co-conspirators to defraud lenders in local real estate transactions, including the purchase of the Cloud 9 Sky Flats development in Minnetonka—a $42 million scheme that has led to the charges of several individuals, including Sheri Lynn Delich, who told the court that she received instructions from Cloud 9’s developer Jerry Trooien on how to handle the money she fraudulently received.

As a real estate agent and mortgage broker, Loyear concealed information—including the fact that she had arranged short-term loans to buyers to be used as down payments and had given cash kickbacks to buyers, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.

Through the scheme—which involved more than 130 units—more than $8 million was allegedly transferred among accounts and used to pay the kickbacks and share proceeds among those involved in the fraud. If convicted, Loyear faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison.
calling the county

Minneapolis, MN

#5 Jul 28, 2011
Ramsey county wrote:
see that renee manning works for ramsey county - will have to let her department know of her history.
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accounting department
manning lives in forest l

Saint Paul, MN

#6 Aug 9, 2011
5+ Years in Prison for Forest Lake, Minn. Real Estate Scam Head

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Minn.- A Forest Lake, Minn. woman was sentenced to 68 months in prison for her role in a 2010 real estate scheme in which she funneled money to herself. Cynthia Strand, 51, of Forest Lake, entered guilty pleas to two counts of Theft by Swindle and three counts of Theft by False Representation.

She admitted to acting as a closing agent for buyers and sellers of real estate, then retained funds to pay off title companies, taxes and existing mortgages. Instead, she would convert the currency to pay her own bills and her own personal mortgage.

The Minnesota Department of Commerce tallied the dollar loss at $1.2 million.

“This type of white collar fraud strikes at the heart of the American dream-home ownership,” said Orput,“Our office has intensified its efforts to vigorously prosecute white collar crime, bringing on staff some experienced personnel in this area. In this day and age, all prosecutors’ offices need to have a specialization in this area,” Orput continued.

The sentence of 68 months in prison is the strongest penalty Strand could have received.
securities fraud wrote:
these three offered a PLP private loan program witha 25 million insurance policy that has been misplaced. selling unlicensed securities they are involved in 65 - 80 million in fraud, as stated never gorget the criminal actions. you know that the govt is watching these three very closely. former mrs joe cole has great inside information, he left her and 4 kids out on the street now on county/state assistance what a great father, not.
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calling Mike Rothman

United States

#7 Sep 20, 2011
calling the county wrote:
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accounting department
also calling Ramsey County to inform of employee background.
close to flag ave n

Saint Paul, MN

#8 Mar 19, 2012
Local Real Estate Agent Pleads Guilty in $10M Fraud
Barbara Puro and co-conspirators—several of whom have been sentenced for their role in the crime—operated a mortgage fraud scheme that allegedly involved more than $10 million in fraudulent loans.
Barbara Puro, a former real estate agent from Savage, admitted Wednesday to participating in a mortgage fraud scheme that defrauded lenders from across the country out of millions of dollars, Minnesota’s U.S. Attorney’s office said.
Puro pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. She was indicted in September, and she faces up to 20 years in prison.
Prosecutors allege that between 2005 and 2008, Puro conspired with others to fraudulently obtain loan proceeds. She was employed by HomStar USE, ReMax Advantage Plus, and Coldwell Banker Burnet during that period.
Puro “routinely produced fraudulent documentation for lenders and title companies,” and she arranged for homeowners to sell their properties to straw buyers at inflated prices, the U.S. Attorney’s office said. She then gave the difference between the amount paid to the seller and the inflated sale price to her co-conspirators.
greed wrote:
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2 Locals Charged in Multimillion-Dollar Mortgage Scams
Derrick Lance is charged for his alleged role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme involving 57 properties. Lindsey Rae Loyear, meanwhile, was charged on Friday for her role in a mortgage fraud scheme involving the Cloud 9 Sky Flats development in Minnetonka.
The U.S. Attorney’s office in Minnesota on Monday announced charges in two separate multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud schemes.
Derrick Ivan Lance, a 40-year-old mortgage broker from Edina, is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud for his alleged role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme involving 57 properties.
Between 2004 and 2007, he allegedly conspired with others to obtain mortgage loan proceeds based on falsified documents. Lance’s co-conspirators recruited buyers for residential properties; buyers were told that they’d get “kickbacks” once the deals closed, which could be applied toward the mortgages or be used to improve the properties.
Lance is accused of creating and submitting mortgage applications that misrepresented buyers’ actual finances. The false documents led to loans being approved, and loan proceeds being disbursed to title companies. Lance and others then had title companies put a portion of the proceeds into accounts not associated with the buyers in an attempt to hide the kickbacks, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.
Lance allegedly received about $200,000 for helping buyers to get loans for 26 properties. He faces up to 20 years in prison, and his co-conspirator, Roger Bill Hanks of Coon Rapids, pleaded guilty last month in connection to the scheme.
Also on Friday, Lindsey Rae Loyear was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud for her alleged role in a scheme to defraud lenders out of more than $5 million.
From 2006 to 2008, Loyear allegedly worked with co-conspirators to defraud lenders in local real estate transactions, including the purchase of the Cloud 9 Sky Flats development in Minnetonka—a $42 million scheme that has led to the charges of several individuals, including Sheri Lynn Delich, who told the court that she received instructions from Cloud 9’s developer Jerry Trooien on how to handle the money she fraudulently received.
Equity Trust judegment

United States

#9 Apr 23, 2012
EQUITY TRUST COMPANY CUSTODIAN FBO EISENMENGER IRA v. COLE


EQUITY TRUST COMPANY CUSTODIAN FBO Heather EISENMENGER IRA, et al., Respondents, v. Joseph A. COLE, Defendant, Jim W. Abbott, Defendant, Geoff and Nancy Thompson, Appellants, Progressive Home Services, Inc., d/b/a Investment Properties of Minnesota, et al., Defendants, and etc. &#8194;(Other case captions as listed in the Consolidation).



No.&#8194;A08-1681.
D E C I S I O N

Because the evidence in the record supports the finding that the Thompsons disregarded the corporate form in their involvement with the entities, the district court did not abuse its discretion in (1) piercing the corporate veil to hold the Thompsons personally responsible for the damages arising out of the default judgment; &#8201;and (2) granting the receiver's motion to expand the receivership.
Ramsey county wrote:
see that renee manning works for ramsey county - will have to let her department know of her history.
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twenty five million ins

United States

#10 Apr 25, 2012
time to push the fake 25 million insurance policy on his lame plp program, fraud selling securities, all over it with SEC.

cole equals fraud.
greed wrote:
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2 Locals Charged in Multimillion-Dollar Mortgage Scams
Derrick Lance is charged for his alleged role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme involving 57 properties. Lindsey Rae Loyear, meanwhile, was charged on Friday for her role in a mortgage fraud scheme involving the Cloud 9 Sky Flats development in Minnetonka.
The U.S. Attorney’s office in Minnesota on Monday announced charges in two separate multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud schemes.
Derrick Ivan Lance, a 40-year-old mortgage broker from Edina, is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud for his alleged role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme involving 57 properties.
Between 2004 and 2007, he allegedly conspired with others to obtain mortgage loan proceeds based on falsified documents. Lance’s co-conspirators recruited buyers for residential properties; buyers were told that they’d get “kickbacks” once the deals closed, which could be applied toward the mortgages or be used to improve the properties.
Lance is accused of creating and submitting mortgage applications that misrepresented buyers’ actual finances. The false documents led to loans being approved, and loan proceeds being disbursed to title companies. Lance and others then had title companies put a portion of the proceeds into accounts not associated with the buyers in an attempt to hide the kickbacks, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.
Lance allegedly received about $200,000 for helping buyers to get loans for 26 properties. He faces up to 20 years in prison, and his co-conspirator, Roger Bill Hanks of Coon Rapids, pleaded guilty last month in connection to the scheme.
Also on Friday, Lindsey Rae Loyear was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud for her alleged role in a scheme to defraud lenders out of more than $5 million.
From 2006 to 2008, Loyear allegedly worked with co-conspirators to defraud lenders in local real estate transactions, including the purchase of the Cloud 9 Sky Flats development in Minnetonka—a $42 million scheme that has led to the charges of several individuals, including Sheri Lynn Delich, who told the court that she received instructions from Cloud 9’s developer Jerry Trooien on how to handle the money she fraudulently received.
As a real estate agent and mortgage broker, Loyear concealed information—including the fact that she had arranged short-term loans to buyers to be used as down payments and had given cash kickbacks to buyers, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.
Through the scheme—which involved more than 130 units—more than $8 million was allegedly transferred among accounts and used to pay the kickbacks and share proceeds among those involved in the fraud. If convicted, Loyear faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison.
1099 ipm

United States

#11 Apr 30, 2012
this sounds like the yrs at ipm and dmw

The atmosphere at the Van Dusen mansion in Minneapolis when convicted fraudster Trevor Cook ran his financial services firm there was nothing like the successful, button-down image the firm portrayed, according to a former employee.

Stephanie Boltan, 28, electrified the federal fraud trial of three of Cook's former business associates when she testified this week in Minneapolis that drinking and marijuana smoking regularly took place during business hours. Boltan testified that prostitutes were frequently brought in after hours and that the late-night revelry often left Cook and others incapacitated the next day with hangovers.

Cook, 39, of Apple Valley, is serving 25 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to running the fraud. Some 700 investors sunk $194 million into the bogus investment scheme before it collapsed in July 2009.

Boltan said her former boss -- defendant Gerald Durand, 61, of Faribault -- smoked pot several days a week while doing business.

Julia Gilsrud, defendant Patrick Kiley's former secretary, testified that Kiley, Cook and Durand would sometimes drink during the day, though she didn't see Kiley intoxicated. Gilsrud also said Kiley is a friend of her mother's and that she likes him.
securities fraud wrote:
these three offered a PLP private loan program witha 25 million insurance policy that has been misplaced. selling unlicensed securities they are involved in 65 - 80 million in fraud, as stated never gorget the criminal actions. you know that the govt is watching these three very closely. former mrs joe cole has great inside information, he left her and 4 kids out on the street now on county/state assistance what a great father, not.
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PLP forward to

Minneapolis, MN

#12 May 3, 2012
interstate commerce US POSTAL SERVICE - interested in

DMW properties

IPM investment properties of Minnesota

Colleen Pearl Wallin - Cole

Joseph Anthony Cole
securities fraud wrote:
these three offered a PLP private loan program witha 25 million insurance policy that has been misplaced. selling unlicensed securities they are involved in 65 - 80 million in fraud, as stated never gorget the criminal actions. you know that the govt is watching these three very closely. former mrs joe cole has great inside information, he left her and 4 kids out on the street now on county/state assistance what a great father, not.
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one day one day

United States

#13 May 4, 2012
we will see justice - one day, we all know that God is watching these people and we are sure their lifestyle is reflective of their actions.
securities fraud wrote:
these three offered a PLP private loan program witha 25 million insurance policy that has been misplaced. selling unlicensed securities they are involved in 65 - 80 million in fraud, as stated never gorget the criminal actions. you know that the govt is watching these three very closely. former mrs joe cole has great inside information, he left her and 4 kids out on the street now on county/state assistance what a great father, not.
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here we go

United States

#14 May 8, 2012
securities fraud wrote:
these three offered a PLP private loan program witha 25 million insurance policy that has been misplaced. selling unlicensed securities they are involved in 65 - 80 million in fraud, as stated never gorget the criminal actions. you know that the govt is watching these three very closely. former mrs joe cole has great inside information, he left her and 4 kids out on the street now on county/state assistance what a great father, not.
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Receiver in Cook fraud widens net in a bid to recover millions
Judge approves the hiring of top legal talent to pursue claims against individuals and entities who facilitated a fraud scheme that defrauded hundreds of investors.
is it greed or what

Minneapolis, MN

#15 May 15, 2012
securities fraud wrote:
these three offered a PLP private loan program witha 25 million insurance policy that has been misplaced. selling unlicensed securities they are involved in 65 - 80 million in fraud, as stated never gorget the criminal actions. you know that the govt is watching these three very closely. former mrs joe cole has great inside information, he left her and 4 kids out on the street now on county/state assistance what a great father, not.
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more indications -

MINNEAPOLIS—Earlier today in federal court in St. Paul, the owner of RMA Builders and Remodelers (“RMA”), a business that handled residential work in Minnesota and other states, pleaded guilty to federal tax evasion. Robert Michael Aasen specifically pleaded guilty to one count of tax evasion. Aasen, who was charged on April 12, 2012, entered his plea before United States District Court Judge Susan Richard Nelson.

In his plea agreement, Aasen admitted evading federal income taxes in 2005 by failing to file a tax return and taking specific steps to cover up the fact he had received certain income. Moreover, he admitted diverting corporate receipts for personal purposes and using multiple bank accounts in an effort to hide income. According to his plea today, Aasen also withheld information from his accountant and the Internal Revenue Service personnel investigating his case and failed to produce business records for inspection. He evaded paying approximately $265,863 in federal income taxes between 2005 and 2007 through his actions.

For his crime, Aasen faces a potential maximum penalty of five years in federal prison. Judge Nelson will determine his sentence at a future hearing. This case is the result of an investigation by the Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation Division. It is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert M. Lewis.
survey says - cole wallin

Saint Paul, MN

#16 Jun 1, 2012
you know - you know that cole and wallin team were connected, they all stick together, actions speak louder than words !!
Jason "Bo" Beckman took the stand in his federal fraud trial, hoping his own story -- in his own words -- will be the pitch that wins over the jury.
Beckman, one of three defendants on trial in Minneapolis accused of running a $194 million Ponzi scheme, could face decades in prison if convicted on numerous counts of fraud.
Wearing a light brown suit, Beckman, 42, appeared relaxed and talkative Thursday, May 31, as his attorney, Douglas Altman, began walking through a chronology of Beckman's life and work experience.
His testimony directly contradicted some of the victims who testified earlier, including Charlotte Quiggle Olson, a Twin Cities heiress in her 90s who lost more than $7 million in the scheme.
Beckman, Gerald Durand and Pat Kiley are accused of helping Trevor Cook run the Ponzi scheme that attracted more than 750 investors. Prosecutors said victims were lured by talk of a foreign currency trading scheme that promised annual returns of 10 to 12 percent. Many attended investment seminars at the Van Dusen mansion in Minneapolis, which Cook had bought. He pleaded guilty to fraud counts in 2010 and is serving a 25-year sentence. The defense could call Cook to testify.
greed wrote:
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2 Locals Charged in Multimillion-Dollar Mortgage Scams
Derrick Lance is charged for his alleged role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme involving 57 properties. Lindsey Rae Loyear, meanwhile, was charged on Friday for her role in a mortgage fraud scheme involving the Cloud 9 Sky Flats development in Minnetonka.
The U.S. Attorney’s office in Minnesota on Monday announced charges in two separate multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud schemes.
Derrick Ivan Lance, a 40-year-old mortgage broker from Edina, is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud for his alleged role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme involving 57 properties.
Between 2004 and 2007, he allegedly conspired with others to obtain mortgage loan proceeds based on falsified documents. Lance’s co-conspirators recruited buyers for residential properties; buyers were told that they’d get “kickbacks” once the deals closed, which could be applied toward the mortgages or be used to improve the properties.
Lance is accused of creating and submitting mortgage applications that misrepresented buyers’ actual finances. The false documents led to loans being approved, and loan proceeds being disbursed to title companies. Lance and others then had title companies put a portion of the proceeds into accounts not associated with the buyers in an attempt to hide the kickbacks, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.
Lance allegedly received about $200,000 for helping buyers to get loans for 26 properties. He faces up to 20 years in prison, and his co-conspirator, Roger Bill Hanks of Coon Rapids, pleaded guilty last month in connection to the scheme.
Also on Friday, Lindsey Rae Loyear was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud for her alleged role in a scheme to defraud lenders out of more than $5 million.
From 2006 to 2008, Loyear allegedly worked with co-conspirators to defraud lenders in local real estate transactions, including the purchase of the Cloud 9 Sky Flats development in Minnetonka—a $42 million scheme that has led to the charges of several individuals, including Sheri Lynn Delich, who told the court that she received instructions from Cloud 9’s developer Jerry Trooien on how to handle the money she fraudulently received.
As a real estate agent and mortgage broker, Loyear concealed information—including the fact that she had arranged short-term loans to buyers to be used as down payments and had given cash kickbacks to buyers, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.
Through the scheme—which involved more than 130 units—more than $8 million was allegedly transferred among accounts and used to pay
joey cakes

Saint Paul, MN

#17 Jun 12, 2012
jac k i wrote:
Do research on these people they are involed in 70 million in FRAUD. check with FBI, IRS and state / local authorities. Do not give them your money they will take it and run.
amazing what you can find -

Taturwallin, Colleen

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read this

Saint Paul, MN

#18 Jun 12, 2012
cole wallin manning - you should read attahed very carefully.

A federal jury on Tuesday convicted three men of helping Ponzi schemer Trevor Cook perpetrate his $194 million fraud.

Co-defendants Jason "Bo" Beckman, 42, of Plymouth; Gerald Joseph Durand, 61, of Faribault; and Patrick Joseph Kiley, 73, of Minneapolis were charged with wire fraud, mail fraud, related conspiracy charges and money laundering.

Minneapolis jurors convicted the three men on all counts. They were taken into custody until their sentencing, Minnesota's U.S. Attorney's Office said in a news release.

Wire fraud and mail fraud, the most serious charges, carry maximum sentences of 20 years in prison. Chief U.S. District Judge Michael Davis will sentence the men at a hearing to be scheduled.

Of the $194 million invested with Cook and his associates between 2005 and July 2009, only about $109 million was used to trade currency, prosecutors said. About $68 million was lost in trading,$52 million was paid back to investors as bogus returns, and about $30 million went to the business and its partners, the charges alleged.

The men denied wrongdoing, claiming that they were fooled by Cook's foreign currency trading scheme along with more than 700 investors.

Cook, 39, was sentenced to 25 years in prison in August 2010 for defrauding more than 900 investors in the scheme. He was previously serving his sentence at a minimum security federal prison in Greenville, Ill., with a projected release date of January 2032.

Federal Bureau of Prisons records indicated Cook was being moved on Tuesday.

U.S. Attorney B. Todd Jones said his office was pleased with the verdict.

“People save money their entire lives for retirement or to send their children to college. Fraudsters who choose to bilk them out of that money by pretending to be their friends or ‘advisors’ are some of the worst kinds of criminals," he said in a statement. "We take our obligation to prosecute them very seriously."
securities fraud wrote:
these three offered a PLP private loan program witha 25 million insurance policy that has been misplaced. selling unlicensed securities they are involved in 65 - 80 million in fraud, as stated never gorget the criminal actions. you know that the govt is watching these three very closely. former mrs joe cole has great inside information, he left her and 4 kids out on the street now on county/state assistance what a great father, not.
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it is called GREED

Minneapolis, MN

#19 Jul 27, 2012
securities fraud wrote:
these three offered a PLP private loan program witha 25 million insurance policy that has been misplaced. selling unlicensed securities they are involved in 65 - 80 million in fraud, as stated never gorget the criminal actions. you know that the govt is watching these three very closely. former mrs joe cole has great inside information, he left her and 4 kids out on the street now on county/state assistance what a great father, not.
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MN Woman Charged with Embezzling Funds from Minnwest Bank

Barbara Kaye Rechtzigel is accused of stealing money from the CD accounts of customers of Minnwest Bank in Marshall.

A Minnesota woman is facing federal charges for allegedly embezzling “hundreds of thousands of dollars” from the bank where she worked, Minnesota’s U.S. Attorney’s office said Tuesday.

Barbara Kaye Rechtzigel, a 47-year-old woman from the southwestern Minnesota town of Belview, is accused of stealing funds from the certificate of deposit (CD) accounts of customers of Minnwest Bank in Marshall.

Rechtzigel is accused of stealing customers’ money over the course of more than a decade—1998 through June 2012—for her personal use. Court documents state that she’s accused of stealing “hundreds of thousands” of dollars; U.S. Attorney’s office spokeswoman Jeanne Cooney said Wednesday that investigators are still compiling evidence to calculate the exact amount of money that Rechtzigel allegedly embezzled, so the office is unable to provide a more specific dollar amount at this time.

Rechtzigel faces one count of embezzlement by a bank officer, and she was charged via information, which generally indicates that a plea agreement is expected. She faces up to 30 years in prison if convicted.
whats with all the greed

Minneapolis, MN

#20 Sep 25, 2012
Ramsey county wrote:
see that renee manning works for ramsey county - will have to let her department know of her history.
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Ex-Pinehurst Bank Prez. Sentenced to 3.5 Yrs.

John Markert was found guilty in April of five counts of misapplication of bank funds; he allegedly helped arrange $1.9 million in fraudulent loans to cover expected overdraft fees resulting from a customer’s “check-kiting” scheme.

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