Four individuals in the Boston area were indicted Thursday for bank fraud and aggravated identity theft charges related to a scheme involving the use of stolen identities to obtain mortgage loans, the U.S. Attorney's office said. The indictment details charges against Charlotine Pierre, 26, of Saugus, Mass.; Dotty Pierre, 25, of Saugus, Mass.; Provilon Duverge, 29, of Saugus, Mass.; and Frantzcia Pierre, 25, of Everett, Mass. Defendants allegedly used stolen identity information to obtain mortgages worth more than $800,000, according to the indictment and documents previously filed with the court. Four of the defendants allegedly attempted to obtain financing to purchase a home in Saugus using the stolen information of one individual. Dotty Pierre also allegedly obtained financing t...
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