Judge sentences Orem man for swindling nearly $80,000
Roger Goff, 47, was sentenced last Wednesday to three
concurrent prison terms for securities fraud that will keep him incarcerated
for at least one year and possibly as many as 15 years for fraudulent
investments schemes orchestrated through Buckhorn Financial Services.
Operating mainly in the LDS community, banking largely on misplaced trust
while promising big returns that could finance children's college education
or LDS Church missions, he unlawfully received over $700,000 in investment
capital and eventually bilked investors out of nearly $80,000.
Torture Death Nets Pair Three Prison Sentences
After being convicted in a long public trial for the torture-killing
of 3-year-old Rebecca Bluff, the victim's mother Ferosa Bluff and her
accomplice Andrew Fedorowicz, were sentenced to three prison terms
each for the crime.
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