Four Plead Guilty To $4.9 Million Mortgage Scheme

Four area men have pleaded guilty to federal charges in a $4.9 million home rehabilitation fraud scheme. Pleading guilty were Paul Hartfield, 55, Overland Park; Brian Jaimes, 42, Overland Park; John Bradfield, 53, Overland Park; and Kevin Mahoney, 42, Stilwell.

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