document-fraudClerk Indicted For Filing Back-Dated Deed For Cash

 

This is a mft-miami.com article.

 

Regina Taylor, former clerk for the Cook County Recorder of Deeds accepted a $200 cash bribe in exchange for preparing and agreeing to record a back-dated deed on an Oak Park home, according to a federal indictment announced today.

Regina Tayor accepted the bribe from an individual who purportedly wanted to add a relative’s name to a back-dated deed of a residence in Oak Park according to the indictment. Unbeknownst to Taylor, the individual she sold the back-dated deed to was actually an undercover law enforcement agent, the indictment states.

The indictment was returned Thursday in U.S. District Court in Chicago. It charges Taylor, 59, of Chicago, with one count of mail fraud and two counts of wire fraud.  Taylor will be arraigned before U.S. District Judge Sara L. Ellis on Sept. 24, 2015, at 10:00 a.m.  —  Continue reading mfi-miami.com article

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