McMenimen pleaded guilty in November to mail fraud, money laundering and federal income tax evasion in connection with a scam that netted him approximately
That vehicle was actually his private piggy bank and he used those funds to support a lifestyle that included a large home, yacht expenses, private schools and college for his children and lavish personal expenses.
But while he was spending an estimated
Restitution, at the rate of
The court recommended McMenimen be placed at the
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