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Five arrests in San Bernardino real estate fraud

The last of five suspects in a real estate fraud case in which the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s office says loans were obtained fraudulently was arrested last Friday.

Andy Williams, 38, has been arrested and charged with grand theft, forgery and filing forged documents with the County Recorder’s office. His purported partners in crime have already been arrested: Angela Cotton, 38, of Fontana; Frederick White, 31, of Beaumont; Terry Wallace, 41, of Mira Loma; and Donell Spencer, 43 of Lancaster.

The lost attributed to the loan fraud is approximately $1 million and involved properties in Wildomar, Barstow and Colton.

Read the full article in the San Bernardino Press Enterprise.

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