Two of the three defendants in the 5LINX fraud case have asked for an early end to the post-release supervision portion of their sentence.
The last of three defendants in the 5LINX fraud case has been sentenced to seven months in federal prison. Jason Guck, 43, of Victor, previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and filing a false 2012 tax return. In 2001, Guck, Craig Jerabeck, and Jeb Tyler started 5LINX Enterprise Inc. (5LINX), a multi-level […]
A third and final defendant in the 5LINX fraud case has pleaded guilty. On Monday, Jason Guck, 43, of Victor, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and filing a false tax return before U.S. District Court Judge David G. Larimer. Guck is facing a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a fine […]
One of the defendants in the 5LINX fraud case has cancelled his request to travel overseas next month. Jason Guck asked U.S. Magistrate Judge Jonathan W. Feldman in January to take a trip to Hong Kong and Bangkok in April to meet with business colleagues and attend a conference related to a new cryptocurrency venture. On Monday, […]
The three defendants in the 5LINX fraud case pleaded not guilty at their arraignment Tuesday before Magistrate Judge Jonathan W. Feldman. In June, the trio was indicted on a single charge of wire fraud. Now a 37-count superseding indictment charges the three former owners of the multi-level marketing company, with wire fraud and money laundering. […]
A federal grand jury has handed up a 37-count indictment charging three former owners of 5LINX, a multi-level marketing company, with fraud. The indictment accuses Craig Jerabeck, 56, of Rochester; Jeb Tyler, 44, of Penfield; and Jason Guck, 42, of Victor, with 29 counts of wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit wire […]
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