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Man gets 3 years probation for role in $35 million housing fraud

Nathan Jesh will also have to pay restitution for his role in a fraud scheme involving at least 200 houses, most of which were in north Minneapolis. Jesh admitted he closed sales for TJ Waconia when he knew the loan applications were fraudulent.
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Nathan Jesh will also have to pay restitution for his role in a fraud scheme involving at least 200 houses, most of which were in north Minneapolis. Jesh admitted he closed sales for TJ Waconia when he knew the loan applications were fraudulent.

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