FREMONT, Neb. (AP) — A former northeast Nebraska deputy sheriff has pleaded guilty in a nearly $11 million wire fraud scheme.
Craig Harbaugh, former Dodge County deputy sheriff, admitted Monday that he defrauded six people and a bank.
Prosecutors said he falsified purchase orders and contracts for his business, “Tactical Solutions Gear,” a federal firearms licensee formerly located in Fremont.
He used the false purchase orders and contracts to persuade people to invest in his firearms business, and to get a loan from a bank.
Prosecutors say Harbaugh did not have any purchase orders or contracts. He will be sentenced May 10.