HUNTER HANSON

Regulators Question Grain Business Ponzi Scheme Plea Deal

Prosecutors allege 22-year-old Hunter Hanson of Leeds was running his grain business like a Ponzi scheme

BISMARCK, ND — North Dakota regulators are raising questions about a plea deal a grain trader reached with federal prosecutors. Prosecutors allege 22-year-old Hunter Hanson of Leeds was running his grain business like a Ponzi scheme. Hanson plans to plead guilty to money laundering and wire fraud charges. The deal calls for him to forfeit his assets and pay $11.4…

Leeds, North Dakota Man Expected To Plead Guilty In $11.4 Million Ag Ponzi Scheme

22-year-old Hunter Hanson is charged with wire fraud, money laundering and forfeiture

BISMARCK, ND — A Leeds, North Dakota man is expected to plead guilty in a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme that targeted North Dakota, Minnesota and Canadian farmers and businesses. 22-year-old Hunter Hanson is charged with wire fraud, money laundering and forfeiture. Under the terms of the plea agreement, Hanson has agreed to plead guilty to the charges and pay full restitution…

Grain Buyer Ordered To Stop Doing Business In North Dakota

A cease and desist order has been issued against Hunter Hanson and his two businesses, Midwest Grain trading and NoDak Grain

BISMARCK, ND — The Public Service Commission has ordered a businessman to stop receiving or purchasing grain because of bounced checks and unpaid contracts. A cease and desist order has been issued against Hunter Hanson and his two businesses, Midwest Grain trading and NoDak Grain. The PSC says more than 50 people have contacted the commission about unpaid contracts or checks…