Defendants in Pennsylvania case accused of fraudulently obtaining business loans in Indiana, California, Illinois.
The former owner of an Indiana hotel was recently indicted by a federal grand jury for bilking more than $10 million from a credit union and several banks.
Several financial institutions, including a credit union, were victims of a $1.7 million fraud scheme that involved financing on vehicles that were already sold.
The controversies involving the liquidated St. Paul Croatian Federal Credit Union continue, with a 32-count complaint filed May 21 in U.S. District Court in Cleveland by the NCUA.
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Michael John Young convicted of bank fraud against Alabama Central Credit Union.
Fraud and embezzlement convictions lead to NCUA bans for former credit union staff in New York, North Carolina, Kansas and Hawaii.
Cleveland businessman hit with 37 counts as list of suspects charged grows.
Fraudulent loans led to collapse of Cleveland credit union in 2010.
Case stems from failure of Bluefield,W.Va., credit union after $2.4 million stolen by two employees.