An Omaha man has been convicted on three federal wire fraud charges in a scheme to collect money for background checks.
The U.S. attorney's office says 53-year-old David Musk faces up to 60 years in prison when he's sentenced August 3 in U.S. District Court in Omaha.
Musk used a business named Pavilion Commercial Group and told
real estate developers that his companies could do "Interpol" and "FBI" background checks for them.
Prosecutors say he charged a $600 fee but didn't have the ability or the intention of doing the checks. Officials say he collected $170,000.
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