OIG Investigative Reports,Lake City, SC October 27, 2011 - Florence Grand Jury Indictments Skip to main contentAbout UsContact UsFAQs Language Assistance Englishespañol中文: 繁體版Việt-ngữ한국어TagalogРусский U.S. Department of Education Search for: Toggle navigation U.S. Department of Education Student Loans Grants Laws Data About ED OFFICES Home Reports & Resources Programs/Initiatives News Office Contacts Investigative Reports PRESS NOTICE BILL NETTLES UNITED STATES ATTORNEY DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1441 Main Street, Suite 500 * Columbia, SC 29201 * (803) 929-3000 October 27, 2011 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT PERSON:: Beth Drake 803-929-3000 Beth.Drake@usdoj.gov FLORENCE GRAND JURY INDICTMENTS Education Loan Fraud in Lake City, South Carolina---- Rubin Taylor, age 23, of Coward, SC, Mary Taylor, age 27, of Coward, SC, Stacy Adams, age 31, of Coward, SC, Belinda Wilson Pinckney, age 26, of Coward, SC, Pharish Aldophous Pinckney, age 26, of Coward, SC, Nina Latrele Mcgill, age 26, of Scranton, SC, Terata Washington Floyd, age 42, of Lake City, SC, Willis Leon Floyd, age 32, of Coward, SC, Belverly Anderson Graham, age 41, of Scranton, SC, Shelley Mae Graham, age 44, of Cades, SC, Brittany Yvonne Washington, age 21, of Scranton, SC, and Anthony Hickson, age 29, of Olanta, SC, were charged in a 1-count Indictment with conspiracy to commit wire and loan fraud, a violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 371. The maximum penalty the defendants could receive is 5 years imprisonment. The case was investigated by agents of the Department of Education and the United States Secret Service and is assigned to Assistant United States Attorney William E. Day, II, of the Florence office for prosecution. Illegal Gambling House ---- Jammy Miller, age 45, of Darlington, SC, Jeffrey Blanton, age 49, of Hamlet, NC, Daniel Chao, age 26, of Jamestown, NC, Randy Johnson, age 40, of Darlington, SC, and Kelly Joe Andrews, age 32, of Darlington, SC were charged in a 1-count Indictment with operating an illegal gambling house, a violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1955. The maximum penalty the defendants could receive is 5 years imprisonment. The case was investigated by the Darlington County Sheriffs Office and agents of the United States Secret Service and is assigned to Assistant United States Attorney William E. Day, II, of the Florence office for prosecution. Mr. Nettles stated that the charges in these Indictments are merely accusations and that the defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty ##### Top Printable view Last Modified: 11/07/2011 How Do I Find... Student loans, forgiveness College accreditation No Child Left Behind FERPA FAFSA 1098-E Tax Form 2015 Budget Proposal More > Information About... Transforming Teaching Family and Community Engagement Early Learning K-12 Reforms More > Connect Facebook Twitter YouTube Email RSS Google+ More > MISUSED FOIA OIG Fraud Hotline Our mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access. Student Loans Repaying Loans Defaulted Loans Loan Forgiveness Loan Servicers Grants & Programs Apply for Pell Grants Grants Forecast Open Grant Competitions Find Grant Programs by Eligibility Laws & Guidance No Child Left Behind FERPA Civil Rights Data & Research Education Statistics Postsecondary Education Data State Education Data Nation's Report Card What Works Clearinghouse About Us Contact Us ED Offices Jobs News FAQs Budget, Performance Notices FOIAPrivacySecurityInformation qualityInspector GeneralWhitehouse.govUSA.govBenefits.govRegulations.gov
Florence Grand Jury Indiictments. Lake City, SC., October 27, 2011
Published by the Department of Education, Office of Inspector General on 2011-10-27.
Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report.