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6 indicted on charges of mortgage fraud to buy marijuana houses

In an entrepreneurial twist, a mortgage broker and five other Fresno and San Francisco Bay area residents have been indicted for financing their residential marijuana farming operation by committing mortgage fraud.

Mortgage broker Monique Le Nguyen of Milpitas is the mortgage broker. She was ordered by U.S. Magistrate Judge Sandra Snyder in Fresno to remain in jail pending trial after the judge described the case as “extremely serious”.

Also charged are Andy Lieng and Jenny Chi-Ha for being involved in a marijuana conspiracy and cultivating the crop, which they did at two homes in Fresno and Tony Lieng, Lynn Truong and Shirley Wong.

The scheme was only discovered after firefighters responded to a blaze they determined was caused by a diversion of electricity to one of the homes. Once on the scene, they discovered the house had close to 900 plants growing. The second house had even more plants being cultivated; together, the crop value was worth than $2 million on the streets.

Read the full article in the Central Valley Business Times.

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