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Elderly man's money laundering scheme

Rochester, N.Y. A Rochester man, convicted of conspiring to launder money, was sentenced to one year of home confinement and five years probation.

Brian Campbell, 74, worked at an employment staffing business that was used to commit fraud.

The fraud involved creating false invoices and other supporting documents that the defendant then sold to a series of financing companies on a weekly basis for immediate cash.

Campbell, and the co-defendant who he worked for, would change business names and continue the scheme after bilked financing companies picked up on the con.

U.S. District Judge Frank P. Geraci issued Campbells sentence.

 
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