Two convicted felons who ran a defunct mortgage brokerage in Vandalia, Ohio, were indicted Wednesday for falsifying 24 mortgages and taking more than $1 million from a mortgage company, an Ohio prosecutor told the Dayton, Ohio Daily News yesterday. Mark D. Musselman, 49, of Clayton, Ohio, was indicted on 48 felony counts, and Mark S. Edwards, 48, of Piqua, Ohio, was charged with 59 felonies in connection with allegations that they falsified two-dozen mortgages, including mortgages to borrowers who were previously deceased, Montgomery County Prosecutor Mathias Heck Jr. told the Daily News. The two ran a now-defunct mortgage brokerage – Phoenix Funding – in Ohio, media accounts said. Heck said Musselman was convicted in U.S. District court in 1987 of embezzling and Edwards plea...
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