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Federal prosecutors say they've indicted two Bend residents and a Redmond man for allegedly misusing more than $44 million invested through their business: Summit Accommodators. Mark A. Neuman, 56, Lane S. Lyons, 40, both of Bend, and Timothy D. Larkin, 52, of Redmond,  were indicted Wednesday on charges of conspiring to defraud customers of their former business, Summit Accommodators, headquartered in Bend. Prosecutors say the fraud scheme took place from 1999 through 2008, and allegedly involved the misuse of over $44 million of customer funds, causing 91 customers to lose $13.7 million.

 

 

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