A Norcross woman is one of 12 people who have been charged by federal law enforcement for their involvement in a mortgage fraud scheme.

Federal officials said the dozen people involved in the scheme were filing fraudulent loan applications using fabricated documents so they could get mortgage lenders to fund mortgages for people who were, in reality, not eligible for the mortgages. More than 100 mortgage applications were approved over a four-year period because of the scheme.

Norcross resident Stephanie Hogan, 57, is one of at least two “document fabricators” accused of fabricating bank statements and earnings documents as part of the scheme. 

“These defendants allegedly used their knowledge of the real estate lending process

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