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14
Sep

Four Phoenix Family Members Sentenced For Real Estate Fraud and Tax Evasion

All in the Family – parents and two sons go to prison for operating large-scale real estate fraud scheme.

“PHOENIX – Yesterday, Senior U.S. District Judge Neil V. Wake sentenced Daphne Iatridis and her husband, Arthur Telles, both 59, to 30 months in prison and ordered the couple to forfeit 26 fraudulently purchased properties to the United States. Both had previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and tax evasion. The couple’s sons, Brendyn Iatridis and Spenser Iatridis, also pleaded guilty to related crimes and were sentenced to 10 months in prison and probation, respectively.”

Read the full press release by the U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona.

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