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In SDNY Chancy Was Freed On Bond Arguing To Not Tell Bank Employer, Gets 30 Months

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 8 --   On March 4, 2020 three members of an alleged bank fraud conspiracy were presented with Inner City Press present in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrates Court.   

Two of the three were described as managers of branches of an unnamed National Bank. Herode Chancy, through his Federal Defender, resisted the proposal of Assistant US Attorney Cecilia E. Vogel that he must tell the bank, his employer, of the arrest.    

AUSA Vogel told SDNY Magistrate Judge Kevin N. Fox that while it was not in the complaint, Chancy had in fact used the information of a customer or client of the bank.   

Jump cut to September 8, 2021: "HERODE CHANCY, who at the time of the offense was employed as a manager at a Manhattan branch of a national bank (“Bank-1”), was sentenced today to 30 months in prison for his role in a commercial loan fraud scheme for loans totaling over $1 million.  CHANCY’s sentence was imposed by United States District Judge Lewis J. Liman." Still unnamed by the DOJ.

The case is US v. Chancy, et al, 20-cr-378 (Liman).


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