The former owner of a Yerington title company has been sentenced to 21 months in federal prison for tax evasion and identity theft - including that of her own daughter.
U.S. District Judge Howard McKibben on Wednesday also ordered
Donna Glock to pay nearly $320,000 restitution and be supervised
for three years following her release from prison.
Glock, who now lives in Baker City, Ore., operated American
Title and Escrow in the farming community 65 miles southeast of
Reno during 1999 and 2000, authorities said.
Prosecutors said she created false documents using the names of
her daughter, son-in-law, and her daughter's friend to obtain
mortgage loans, then used the money for her own gain.
She also diverted money from the mortgage underwriter, and
failed to report the income to the IRS, authorities said.
Glock pleaded guilty to the crimes in November.
She has been free on personal recognizance and was told the
surrender to federal prison by July 3.