SACRAMENTO, CA -A former Elk Grove police officer and two other men entered guilty pleas to mortgage fraud charges Friday, reports the U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of California.
U.S. Attorney spokeswoman Lauren Horwood said Ali Khalil, 32, the ex-police officer, pleaded guilty to wire fraud and structuring financial transactions to evade currency transaction reporting requirements. Amanullah Khalil, 39, pleaded guilty to lying on loan applications. Wahidullah Khalil, 27, a former banker, pleaded guilty to structuring financial transactions to evade currency transaction reporting requirements.
Ali Kahlil and Amanullah Kahlil were accused of making false statements on loan applications to purchase homes, including mispresprenting income and assets as well as falsely saying the homes would be their primary residences.