Former Utahn gets 3 years in prison for real estate coaching fraud

An Idaho resident has been sentenced to three years in prison on his guilty plea to fraud and money laundering charges for his role in a scheme that defrauded students of his real estate investment coaching business and mortgage lenders. Keith Nelson Cook, 57, of Emmett, Idaho, pleaded guilty in March in U.S. District Court for Utah to seven charges of mail fraud, wire fraud and money laundering through a number of companies that included the Avalon Group, Avalon Management Group LLC, White Moun...

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