Guyana Man Gets 21+ Years’ Prison in Florida Mortgage Fraud

Guyana Man Gets 21+ Years’ Prison in Florida Mortgage Fraud

MIAMI – A Guyanese man has been sentenced to more than 21 years in federal prison for his role as ringleader of a multimillion-dollar Florida mortgage fraud scheme.A federal judge also ordered.

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She has been charged with fraud and is out on C$10 million bail after a hearing in Vancouver, where a court is deciding whether extradition to the U.S. is warranted. She faces fraud charges in the U.S.

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Ravindranauth "Ravi" Roopnarine, 56, of Guyana, was sentenced by united states district judge jose E. Martinez on July 14, 2016 to 262 months in prison, following his conviction by a federal jury on charges stemming from his leadership and participation in an extensive mortgage fraud scheme. Following his term of imprisonment, Roopnarine will be placed on supervised release for five years.

James Ragnauth, Beaumont, Texas, a defendant charged in a mortgage fraud case, who was on the run for about six weeks and apprehended on a shrimp boat in the Caribbean Sea by the U.S. Coast Guard in March 2009, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Sidney Fitzwater to 37 months in federal prison.

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A Guyanese man has been sentenced to more than 21 years in federal prison for his role as ringleader of a multimillion-dollar Florida mortgage fraud scheme. A federal judge also ordered 56-year.

A Guyanese man was earlier this month convicted in the United States of three charges relating to a US$50 million mortgage fraud scheme in Florida. The TCPalm reported on its website that Ravindranauth Roopnarine, a Guyanese national, was found guilty in US District Court of wire fraud, mail fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud and mail fraud.

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