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Monterey Woman to be Sentenced October 30 for Foreclosure Rescue Fraud

Blanca Sanchez, aka Blanca Maciel, will be sentenced at the end of this month on multiple felony accounts of operating a foreclosure rescue con.

Sanchez / Maciel was convicted by a jury last week; according to Monterey County District Attorney Dean Flippo, she could be sentenced to 16 years in prison. Four of the five felonies on which she was convicted, are related to residential burglary. Under California’s Three Strikes Law, the convictions are viewed as prior offenses.

The sentencing judge is Monterey County Superior Court Judge Mark Hood.

The case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney John Hubanks of the DA’s real estate fraud unit.

Read the original article in the Monterey County Herald.

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