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Orange Park man gets two years in prison for wire fraud

Posted 12/31/69

JACKSONVILLE

– U.S. District Judge Harvey E. Schlesinger sentenced Brian Roy Lozito,

54, of Orange Park, to two years and two months in federal prison

for conspiracy to commit …

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Orange Park man gets two years in prison for wire fraud


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JACKSONVILLE – U.S. District Judge Harvey E. Schlesinger sentenced Brian Roy Lozito, 54, of Orange Park, to two years and two months in federal prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud. As part of his sentence, the court ordered Lozito to pay restitution to the victims he defrauded and also entered an order of forfeiture in the amount of $164,193.84, the proceeds of the fraud. Lozito had pleaded guilty on July 28, 2023. He was arraigned on the indictment on Jan. 11, 2021, and initially released on bond. The court revoked his bond on Nov. 18, 2022, and subsequently detained him. 

According to court documents, Lozito owned and managed American Investigative Services. AIS purported to offer consumers mortgage auditing services in exchange for a fee. Lozito and his conspirators solicited customers nationwide through mailings and telephone calls. In these solicitations, Lozito and AIS employees, under Lozito’s direction, made false and fraudulent representations to consumers,