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The letters were used by Crisp, Cole and their employees at the real estate firm and at Tower Lending, the loan arm of Crisp Cole, to buy properties through buyers and other illegal means, Kevin Sluga plea agreement says.
FBI and IRS agents raided 13 local sites associated with the business, including the Slugas home, more than two years ago. Licenses of Crisp and Cole have since been revoked.
Leslie Sluga's daughter, Jennifer Crisp, borrowed nearly $1.3 million against this 11219 Draper Court home in September 2006. Federal prosecutors included the loans in charging papers filed against her father, an accountant, in Fresno district court this week. Attorney's office allege Kevin Sluga defrauded lenders of nearly $4 million by creating fake letters verifying employment in mortgage applications totaling $12.6 million.
Each could face up to 20 years in prison and fines up to $250,000, although the documents describing the deal say prosecutors will ask for reduced sentences if the couple complies with all aspects of the agreement.
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800 Astoria Park Drive This house at 800 Astoria Park Drive is named in the federal charging document filed against Leslie Sluga. She took out a pair of loans totaling about $374,000 against the property in October 2005 but intentionally failed to disclose existing mortgages on other properties. The house, which has since been foreclosed on, was among three Sluga purchased at the direction of a Crisp Cole principal that ultimately defrauded lenders of $912,000, prosecutors allege.
The memoranda filed in Fresno district court show that a package deal with accountant Kevin Sluga, 60, and his wife, Leslie Sluga, 57, also depends on a guilty plea from their Bottega Veneta Crossbody Bag Sale
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The fake CPA letters, issued between January 2005 and January 2007, were used to buy more than $12.6 million worth of property that Prada Fairy Bag defrauded lenders of nearly $4 million.
click to collapseThe father and mother in law of disgraced former Bakersfield Realtor David Crisp have signed plea agreements with federal prosecutors admitting they are guilty of felony wire fraud and other charges, court documents available Thursday evening show.
Sluga company provided corporate tax and accounting services to Crisp Cole Real Estate. It also prepared tax returns for David Crisp, Carl Cole, Sluga daughters and several key employees, the plea agreement says.
The Slugas other daughter, Jennifer Crisp, 28, the wife of David Crisp, is not included in the package offer. She has not been charged with any crimes. Attorney office, which filed charges against them late Wednesday.
The Slugas are now the second and third defendants in a federal case related to operations of the former Crisp, Cole Associates, better known to locals as Crisp Cole Real Estate.
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The Slugas declined repeated requests for an interview but issued a statement through their attorney, George Buehler. come forward today to take responsibility for our errors and accept the consequences of our actions. We want to publicly thank our family and friends for their support, and our church for guidance and wisdom during this trying time in our lives. Sluga signed a plea agreement Dec. 22; his wife signed one Monday. Federal prosecutors signed both memos Thursday. Both are charged with felony wire fraud and aiding and abetting.
Kevin and Leslie Sluga's daughter, Megan Balod, borrowed more than $760,000 against this house at 11402 Marazion Hill Court in May 2006. Plea agreements indicate that Megan Balod will plead guilty to criminal charges. The federal charges against Kevin Sluga, an accountant, allege he created many falsified letters verifying employment information for loan applications, but loans against this home and one other are the only specified counts in the document.
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Balod plea agreement has not yet appeared in online court filings, nor have any charges against her.
daughter Megan Balod, 31.
The company, owned by Crisp, 30, and then managing broker Carl Cole, 62, aggressively broke into Bakersfield real estate scene during the boom with an flashy presence adorned with high end accoutrements. As the market ebbed, the principals practice of flipping homes among Crisp Cole staff, family members and associates led to a string of failed loans totaling some $83 million on more than 140 local properties, according to records tracked by The Californian for more than a year.
By Casey Christie / The Californian
employment in mortgage applications related to Crisp Cole. The so called letters contained false job information and landlord experience. Some even listed bogus jobs at Sluga firm.
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