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May 2, 2011

Lawsuits Target Oakley Pastor Over Fraud Allegations (USA)


By Roman Gokhman and Rowena Coetsee
Contra Costa Times
05/01/2011

Police investigations and lawsuits over accusations of fraudulent loans target an Oakley pastor whose financially troubled ministry includes a lavish estate that bears his name.
Rio Vista and Brentwood police have launched separate investigations of 61-year-old Jerry Hanoum, who founded Mountain View Christian Center and Trinity Christian Schools. The church and school operate on a vacant public school campus in Oakley, where they have failed to keep up with rent and tax payments.

A Rio Vista woman is suing Hanoum and Jerry Dellinger, an associate, alleging financial and psychological elder abuse stemming from loans she made totaling $230,000.

The suit claims that Hanoum and the church used properties as collateral that they didn't own. One of the properties is the nearly 5-acre Hanoum Estate in Oakley that Mountain View advertises as a pastoral retreat and event center.





Abridged
SOURCE:     The Mercury News


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