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December 3, 1990 | From United Press International
Orange County Man Pleads Guilty: An Orange County man pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a scheme to defraud financial institutions across the country of millions of dollars by persuading them to finance real estate developments in Arizona and California. John M. Couglan Sr., 75, the last of three defendants to plead guilty, conducted the scheme in 1986 through two companies, Eagle Bonds and Insurance Brokers Inc. and California Pacific Construction Co. E. F. Hutton Life Insurance Co.
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December 3, 1990 | From United Press International
Orange County Man Pleads Guilty: An Orange County man pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a scheme to defraud financial institutions across the country of millions of dollars by persuading them to finance real estate developments in Arizona and California. John M. Couglan Sr., 75, the last of three defendants to plead guilty, conducted the scheme in 1986 through two companies, Eagle Bonds and Insurance Brokers Inc. and California Pacific Construction Co. E. F. Hutton Life Insurance Co.
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July 23, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 75-year-old Newport Beach man and his two sons each were sentenced in federal court Monday to three years in prison for concocting an $8.6-million real estate fraud against 11 banks and other financial institutions around the country. Federal prosecutors said the three men misapplied bank loans designated for construction projects to buy Rolls-Royces and other luxury items. Financial institutions, mostly in the Midwest, loaned millions of dollars to the three men.
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April 2, 1985 | BRUCE KEPPEL and JOHN M. BRODER, Times Staff Writers
The California Department of Insurance took over management Monday of Cal-Farm Insurance Co., a Sacramento-based writer of automobile and homeowners insurance affiliated with the California Farm Bureau Federation, the state's largest farm organization. Cal-Farm's problems have drawn it into a widening mortgage-securities fraud investigation that grew out of a $95-million loss by giant Bank of America.
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November 27, 1990 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Newport Beach man and his two sons pleaded guilty in federal court here Monday to defrauding several banks and thrifts, bringing to an end a wide-ranging task force investigation of bogus real estate transactions involving two dozen individuals. The convictions of John M. Coughlan Sr., and his sons, John Jr.
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