Accused car-theft ringleader faces new mortgage fraud charge

TRENTON — A New Jersey woman already under indictment for allegedly being a ringleader in a car theft network is now also facing charges attempting to steal from an online lending company through a fraudulent mortgage.

Tyisha Brantley 

Tyisha Brantley, 37, of Scotch Plains, allegedly used her work computer at Pfizer to concoct and file phony bank statements to iLoan Residential Mortgage lending in an attempt to obtain a $241,000 mortgage to buy a house, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office said in a statement on Tuesday.

Pfizer discovered the scheme when …read more

Source: NJ.com Union

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