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Jan 30, 2015

Five more sentenced in Wax House; investigation into investment and mortgage fraud conspiracy has netted 89

CHARLOTTE – Five people were sentenced this month for their roles in real estate and financial fraud activities that were uncovered in the massive federal investigation dubbed Operation Wax House, […]

Dec 12, 2014

Prosecutor seeks dismissal of remaining charges against Boggs Paving

CHARLOTTE – The U.S. Attorney’s Office on Wednesday filed a motion seeking the dismissal of the 28 charges remaining against Boggs Paving Inc., the Monroe-based company that has pleaded guilty […]

Nov 5, 2014

Boggs Paving court date changed

A court date for Boggs Paving Inc. has been moved to Nov. 18, according to a notice of hearing filed Nov. 5 at the U.S. District Court for the Western […]

Oct 16, 2014

Prosecutors won’t seek Boggs’ home

The U.S. Attorney’s office on Tuesday withdrew its claim against the home of the president of Boggs Paving Inc. after attorneys for Carl Andrew “Drew” Boggs III objected. His attorneys […]

Oct 12, 2014

Boggs’ attorneys object to home forfeiture

CHARLOTTE — Attorneys for Carl Andrew “Drew” Boggs III have objected to the U.S. Attorney’s Office seeking the forfeiture of his $2.2 million Waxhaw home. In an Oct. 7 response […]

Sep 25, 2014

Prosecutors seeking at least $1.5 million from Boggs Paving and president’s luxury home

The U.S. Attorney’s Office is seeking a minimum forfeiture of $1.5 million as well as the $2.2 million Waxhaw home of the president of Boggs Paving Inc. in its prosecution […]

Jul 30, 2014

Two men sentenced in $1.7 million mortgage fraud case

CHARLOTTE – Two defendants in a $1.7 million “straw-buyer” mortgage fraud conspiracy that targeted Charlotte-area homes in the mid- to late 2000s were sentenced to prison this week. Gregory D. […]

Feb 9, 2014

Mortgage brokers accused of false statements

Two mortgage brokers are being sued by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for making fraudulent statements in order to obtain loans used in speculative real estate deals in Charlotte during the […]

Oct 3, 2013

Six speculators settle with the U.S. government over mortgage fraud claims

Six men have agreed to pay civil penalties to the federal government in order to settle claims they allegedly engaged in mortgage fraud to obtain loans, according to the U. S. Attorney’s Office in the Western District of North Carolina.

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