Woman Sentenced for 3 Years in Student Loan Fraud

Posted on 10 August 2009

A Newburgh woman who has been pleaded guilty to mail fraud has been sentenced by U.S. District Judge Richard L. Young to three years of probation, and it is required that she has to pass the first six months living in a work-release center.

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Kimberly D. Vierling, 45, has been pleaded guilty to obtaining about $50,000 in fraudulent student loans.

She has obtained these loans from the Educational Resources Institute by applying for a student loan and for that she has used the identification of another person without having that person’s authorization.

According to Assistant U.S. Attorney Todd S. Shellenbarger, by whom the case for the government has been prosecuted, Vierling has been ordered to make restitution in the amount of $49,425. FBI has investigated the charges.

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