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FORMER RANDOLPH MAN CHARGED IN LOAN FRAUD CASE

 FORMER RANDOLPH MAN CHARGED IN LOAN FRAUD CASE
 BOSTON, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- A former Randolph man was indicted


in federal court today for making false statements to a federally insured bank in connection with a loan application.
 U.S. Attorney A. John Pappalardo announced that a federal grand jury in Boston returned a one-count indictment against Russell Yanoff, 44, formerly of Randolph, Mass., and now residing in West Palm Beach, Fla. The indictment charges Yanoff with making false statements for the purpose of obtaining a June 1987 loan, as well as later related advances, from the Malden Trust Co., a federally insured bank.
 If convicted, Yanoff faces a maximum penalty of two years in prison and a fine of $314,000.
 The case is being investigated by special agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Timothy Q. Feeley of the Major Crimes Division of Pappalardo's office.
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