Angela Corson Smith
A federal judge sentenced a Billings woman to more than two years in prison Thursday for defrauding a bank and investors in a series of schemes that included a false claim her daughter had died of leukemia.
Angela Corson Smith and her attorney, Steve Babcock, leave federal court in January. Smith pleaded guilty to bank fraud and wire fraud.
Billings resident Angela Corson Smith admitted Thursday in U.S. District Court that she defrauded a bank and investors of about $150,000.
A Billings woman who was scheduled to plead guilty to defrauding a bank and investors of about $150,000 had her hearing continued on Monday for medical reasons.
A Billings woman suspected of defrauding a bank to get a home loan and of bilking investors in a separate scheme is expected again to admit to fraud charges after a federal judge rejected an earlier plea deal.
A Billings woman who earlier admitted forging her husband’s name to get a bank loan withdrew her guilty plea on Monday after the judge rejected a plea agreement.
A Billings woman suspected of impersonating a nurse practitioner student at a local hospital admitted Wednesday to forging her husband's signature to obtain a bank loan in an unrelated federal case.
Angela Corson Smith leaves the James F. Battin Federal Courthouse with her public defender, Steve Babcock, after a change of plea hearing in July.
Angela Corson Smith leaves the James F. Battin Federal Courthouse in July.
A federal judge on Thursday released from custody Angela Corson Smith, a Billings woman indicted on bank and wire fraud charges and suspected of impersonating a nurse at Billings Clinic.
A Billings woman suspected of impersonating a nurse at a local hospital is facing federal bank and wire fraud charges.