Hudson man pleads guilty in $10 million mortgage scheme

James Ober was charged with racketeering in the case that involved more than 60 homes around Minnesota over the last several years, the Hudson Star Observer is reporting. The scheme involved finding fake buyers for homes.
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James Ober was charged with racketeering in the case that involved more than 60 homes around Minnesota over the last several years, the Hudson Star Observer is reporting. The scheme involved finding fake buyers for homes.

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