A federal jury in U.S. District Court in Cleveland has convicted a 41-year-old Ohio man in the $70 million fraud case that led to the collapse of the St. Paul Croatian Federal Credit Union.
Svetislav Vujovic is convicted on 13 counts for his role in a fraud scheme that cost the NCUSIF $186M.
Member charged with stealing $3.7 million using bribes and kickbacks to score fake business loans.
Defendant Sato Satka bribed former President/CEO Anthony Raguz with $90,000 cash in a brown paper bag.
Suit names Svetislav Vujovic and his wife as defendants in the multi-million dollar fraud case.
Cleveland judge says agency justified in denying an additional $250,000 in deposit insurance to church that lost funds in fraud case, collapse.
A. Eddy Zai also ordered to pay $23 million in restitution to NCUA.
Feds say Cleveland credit union loaned millions to Gezim Selgjekaj while he already was behind bars on unrelated conviction.
Clevelander Jukic Zrino was business partner with failed credit union's jailed CEO.
Three more charged, bringing to 24 number indicted in Cleveland credit union fraud and collapse.