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US: Real Estate Broker Charged with Theft, Money Laundering
Publicado el Oct 27, 2010

An Emmetsburg, Iowa real estate broker is charged with fraud, identity theft, and money laundering.

She allegedly committed the crimes while working as a real estate settlement agent from 2005 to 2008. Fifty-nine-year-old Jean Teresa Hoffert faces 25 counts in the case.

According to the U.S. Attorney's office she fraudulently kept portions of sale or mortgage loan proceeds.

If convicted on all counts she could face a fine of over $6 million and over 475 years in prison followed by 81 years of supervised release.

Her next appearance for trial is in January 2011.

 
 
       
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