Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Joe Simmons’ Criminal History – will he ever stop? We can’t believe he is not in jail

The below information is true and can be confirmed by your justice department if you are concerned with Joe Simmons and feel that you are a victim of his scams. His full name, aliases, address, and SN is near the top of the blog to submit to the authorities.

May 08, 1972: Simmons was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Atlanta for 2 counts of making a “False statement to FDIC Bank”.

October 10, 1972: Simmons was re-arrested by U.S. Marshals in Atlanta for making “false financial statements to FDIC Bank.”

March 02, 1973: Simmons was arrested by U.S. Marshals for making “false financial statements to Fed Land Bank”. He appears to have been sentenced on June 23, 1993 to at least 2 years in prison and ordered to pay a $10,000 fine.

December 27, 1973: Simmons was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Atlanta for “Interstate transfer of money taken by fraud” and “use of wire in furtherance of scheme to defraud.” Apparently these charges relate to a scheme Simmons concocted to defraud a group of Atlanta investors out of about $500,000 which he falsely promised would be used to build certain condominiums.

May 03, 1974: Simmons was arrested by the De Kalb County Police Department in Georgia for writing a bad check and being a “fugitive of justice.”

May 24, 1974: The police department in Atlanta, GA arrested Simmons for “theft by taking.” Warrants were issued.

November 04, 1974: De Kalb County Police Department in Georgia arrested Simmons for “theft by conversion 2600”

March 12, 1975: Charges were filed against Simmons for “making a false statement to a bank”. Agency with custody of Simmons at the time was the United States Penitentiary (USP) in Atlanta, Georgia. The USP houses medium security male inmates and has a detention center for pre-trial and holdover inmates.

August 07, 1976: Charges were filed against Simmons for “making a false statement to a bank” while he was serving time in the Federal Prison Camp at Eglin Air Force Base.

January 21, 1977: Simmons is paroled

April 10, 1979: Simmons is arrested by U.S. Marshalls in Atlanta for parole violation

July 17, 1989: Simmons was arrested in South Ogden, Utah for felony counts of “insufficient fund check”/ “issuing a bad check/draft/presumption.” The case was heard in the 2nd Circuit Court in Ogden. Simmons pled guilty to at least one of the counts.

1992: Simmons was prosecuted in Utah federal court on charges relating to the purchase of properties and subsequent defaults on federally insured mortgages, where Simmons pocketed rent monies paid by tenants

June 03, 1993: Simmons was arrested by FBI agents in Salt Lake City, Utah for “Equity Skimming”

April 1997: Simmons was arrested and charged in Palm Beach, Florida for grand theft, securities fraud, sale of unregistered securities, sale of securities by an unregistered agent. Simmons’ method of operation in these illicit deals was to convince investors to give him money that he then spent on a lavish life style, in exchange for promises of high interest returns.

January 01, 2009: Cobb County, GA for fraud/impersonation. Complainant, Mr. J. Jenkins, former business partner of Joe Simmons. Simmons used his Social Security Number and his identity to open up credit accounts at Bank of America, Capital One and Equity First without his authorization. Joe Simmons racked up over$70,000USD of debt for this stolen identity.

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