Former commodities trader Vincent P. McCrudden, accused of threatening to kill financial regulators, pleaded guilty today.
Vincent P. McCrudden, a former New York commodities trader, was sentenced to two years and four months in prison for threatening to kill federal financial regulators.
A money manager and a real estate developer already facing a regulator’s fraud lawsuit were charged with running a $96 million Ponzi scheme and diverting the proceeds to their New York beachfront resort.
A former vice president and underwriter at Agape World Inc. surrendered to authorities who accuse him of participating in a $413 million Ponzi scheme at the loan company.
A former hedge-fund manager charged with threatening to kill U.S. regulators can’t argue at his trial set to begin next week that his alleged targets were corrupt, a judge ruled.