Carlsbad Realtor Admits To Money Laundering

by The Editors on March 21, 2012

A Carlsbad man is reportedly facing prison time and fines for submitting fake loan documents after having plead guilty to money laundering charges related to helping a couple by a Rancho Sante Fe home where they could grow weed, according to a story in the LA Times

Marco Manuel Luis, 31, of Carlsbad, faces a maximum 10 years in prison and a $500,000 fine for having submitted fraudulent loan documents on behalf of Joshua John Hester and Kelsey Wiedenhoefer. . . Hester and Wiedenhoefer in January pleaded guilty to drug charges in connection with a marijuana growing operation at the Rancho Santa Fe home, according to court documents. The couple is set to be sentenced May 14 in San Diego federal court.

Luis has apparently plead guilty to submitting fraudulent documents.

[Link: LA Times]

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