California Real Estate Fraud Report

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Feb

Tony Havens Sentenced in Modesto Loan Fraud Case

Tony Huy Havens, the subject of a prior article in the California Real Estate Fraud Report, was sentenced to a five-year, four-month sentence for promising several real estate developers funding for their projects from his firm Dynamic Financial Services. Havens demanded upfront money for appraising their properties, then ceasing contact once he had received the funds, consistently not performing the appraisals (appraisal fraud).

The swindle included a former mayor of Manteca and totaled $208,000 for the 14 felonies for which he pled guilty. Havens’ pleas for leniency because of his dependant wife and children fell on deaf ears for the judge who imposed the sentence. It turns out that Havens is behind $100,000 on support payments to his children from a prior marriage and the partial restitution he made to some of his victims was acquired by swindling other persons.

Glenn Gulley is the Criminal Investigator with the Stanislaus County District Attorney’s Office whose hard work took Tony Havens off the streets, at least for a few years.

Read the Full Article in the Modesto Bee.

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