Joseph Sterling Jetton, 61, of Woodstock, Ga., was sentenced today to 14 years in federal prison to be followed by five years of supervised release and ordered to pay $11,194,300 in restitution on charges of conspiracy, bank fraud, wire fraud and money laundering related to a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud scheme. Jetton was convicted by a jury on Nov. 26, 2007, after a three week trial, and was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Beverly B. Martin.


mortgagemess at 07:34 2008-10-14 said:
Chances are if he was smart enough to steal the money he was smart enough to have it hidden..let see how he lives when he comes out in 8 years(you know he won't make it to th 14)...probably leave the country and "retire" comfortably on the beach somewhere... Permalink

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