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Stone Creek Homes CEO, CFO face RICO, theft charges

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ind. -- The CEO and the CFO of Stone Creek Homes of Indiana, Inc. have been indicted by a grand jury on theft and RICO charges.


The CEO, David Ferguson, has been indicted on 9 counts of theft, one count of receiving stolen property, one count of conspiracy to commit receiving stolen property and three counts of corrupt business influence (RICO).


The CFO, Alan Donohue was indicted on one count of aiding in the commission of theft, conspiracy to commit receiving stolen property, six counts of theft and three counts of corrupt business influence (RICO).


The theft charges include the theft of $226,000 from Jeff Jones, the theft of wages from three employees and the theft of insurance premiums from three employees, according to the indictment.


The receiving stolen property and conspiracy to commit receiving stolen property charges stem from the theft of $233,000 from Todd Morse, according to the indictment.


The corrupt business influence charges are related to Ferguson's job as the head of the company and his use of the company to allegedly steal money and receive stolen property, according to the indictment.


Donohue was accused of aiding Ferguson in the theft of $226,000 from Jeff Jones and conspiring with Ferguson to commit receiving stolen property from Todd Morse. He is also facing six counts of theft for the theft of wages and insurance premiums from three employees, according to the indictment.


The corrupt business influence charges are related to Donohue's job as the CFO and his use of the company to allegedly steal money and receive stolen property, according to the indictment, according to the indictment.


Ferguson, 61, has residences in Madison, Mississippi and Snyder, Texas.


Alan Donohue, 70, lives in Macon, Georgia.


Neither suspect has been arrested.

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