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Towson man pleads guilty in Ponzi scheme

A Towson man is facing 40 years in prison after pleading guilty in federal court Thursday to his role in a $550 million Ponzi scheme. Kevin B. Merrill, 53, pleaded guilty to conspiracy and wire fraud in connection with a company that invited investors to purchase consumer debt portfolios and falsely told them they would make ...

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