Stepmom with son
swindle a California bank out of more than 6 million.Photo: Fotolia, photo: Fotolia, image 1 of / 1, image 1.Photo: Fotolia, houston stepmom, son ordered to pay nearly 13M after being convicted in elaborate bank fraud scheme 1 / 1, back to Gallery, a Houston stepmom and her son have been ordered to pay nearly 13 million.Attorney Ryan K Patrick announced in a Thursday press release from the.S.
Southern District of Texas. .The scheme resulted in the bank's largest fraud loss in the bank's 113-year history.United States Postal Inspection Service Inspector in Charge Adrian Gonzalez said in the press release the high-profile Houston case was a tale of "greed and deception." If you've ever heard the words "what a tangled web we weave when.The stepmom, Leyla Wydler, 60 and her son, Carlos Wydler, 49, were convicted on multiple counts, including bank fraud, false statements on credit applications, wire fraud and mail fraud.