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09
Nov

Prison Time for Marijuana Entrepreneur for Mortgage Fraud

A Clovis resident has been sentenced to 21 months in prison by U.S. District Judge Lawrence O’Neill  for lying on loan applications (loan fraud, mortgage fraud) in order to purchase homes for her marijuana growing business.

Lynn Truong, aka Linh Thi Truong, 40, was prosecuted by the offices of  U.S. Attorney Benjamin Wagner.

Truong admitted she had conspired with her mortgage broker Monique Nguyen in order to get a $545,000 loan from Green Point Mortgage Funding. No word on the status of Nguyen, who also uses the name Monique Dzu Le.

The house, located in Willits, was converted to a commercial marijuana growing operation but was shut down by the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Department.

Read the original article in the Central Valley Business Times.

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