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Feds seek forfeiture by defendants if convicted

Debbie Rolen Staff Writer

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The four Logan County men facing federal charges may stand to lose any personal or real property that can be traced to their violations, if they are convicted. The forfeitures are assigned to charges including arson, unlawful money transactions and structuring.


The arson forfeiture upon conviction calls for James Gregory Glick, Guy R. Miller, Shawn C. Simon and William Jamey Thompson to forfeit any property, real or personal, which constitutes or is derived from proceeds traceable to such violations including, but not limited to, the sum of $1,010,000, more or less, in United States currency in that it represents proceeds derived from the arson offenses set forth in counts seven and eight of the indictment and the defendants will be jointly and severally liable.


The forfeiture after conviction for unlawful monetary transactions and structuring only apply to defendant James Gregory Glick. If Glick is convicted, he may have to forfeit any property, real or personal traceable to the transactions listed in counts ten through eighteen of the indictment, a total of $464,160.32. The structure forfeiture includes counts nineteen through thirty-six of the indictment, a total of $170,300.32. Eight of the transactions were for $9,500, four were $9,900, two were for $9,700, one for $9,800, one for $9,500.32, one for $8,500 and one for $7,500.


If any of the property described as being subject to forfeiture after conviction can’t be located; has been transferred, sold or left with a third party; has been placed beyond the jurisdiction of the court; has been dimished in value or has been co-mingled with other property that can’t be subdivided without difficulty; forfeiture of any other property of the defendants up to the value of the property listed may have other property substituted with the property at 111 Stratton Street; real property located at parcel numbers five, six and the western half of seven in block eight of Middelburg Addition, titled to James Gregory Glick; real property at 592 Walnut Street titled to James Gregory Glick; real property of .40 acres at 275 Airport Road titled to William Jamey Thompson and another person; cashier’s check #306701 dated June 20, 2013, in the amount of $21,372.09, seized from LB&T in the name of defendant James Gregory Glick and his late father, Phil Glick, Jr; all funds on deposit in LB&T held in the name of James Gregory Glick and his late father, Phil Glick, Jr.; cashier’s check #31980 dated June 20, 2013, in the amount of $20,038.45, seized from Premier Bank in the name of James Gregory Glick; all funds on deposit in Premier Bank Account held in the name of defendant James Gregory Glick; wire transfer in the amount of $440,434.93, dated June 20, 2013, from UBS Financial to the U.S. Treasury representing all funds seized from the UBS account held in the name of defendant James Gregory Glick; a 2009 Chevrolet Tahoe registered in the name of James Gregory Glick; a 2000 Donzi 28 ZX/Daytona boat registered in the name of William Jamey Thompson and a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu registered in the name of Shawn C. Simon.

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