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March trial for Suisun City woman, 52, accused of massive fraud – The Vacaville Reporter


A trial in Solano County Superior Court in March has been set for a 52-year-old woman from the city of Suisun accused of a series of massive fraud schemes and she could learn about it in the coming weeks.

Sharon N. Dailey, who court records say appeared in Department 23 on Monday, is charged with multiple fraud charges related to an attempt to secure an $8 million loan to buy a Fairfield winery , two more attempts to secure multi-million dollar loans and attempts to buy a jet plane and lease a Rolls Royce.

During the morning session, when Dailey was to learn the date of his trial, Judge John B. Ellis ordered him to return at 9 a.m. on March 27 for the trial at the Justice Center in Fairfield.

The judge also held a pre-trial conference at 8:30 a.m. on January 6 and a trial management conference at 8:30 a.m. on March 24. Dailey is represented by Alternate Public Defender Michi Yamamoto.

Dailey was arrested Nov. 4, 2021, near the intersection of Pintail Drive and Spoonbill Lane in the town of Suisun, according to Solano County Sheriff’s Office records. She was taken into custody on suspicion of 17 crimes involving six different fraud schemes. She was later arraigned in a Fairfield courtroom and remains in custody at Claybank Detention Center, also in Fairfield, on $250,000 bond.

According to a press release from the Solano County District Attorney’s Office, Dailey was charged with eight counts of impersonation; four counts of false financial statements to obtain a loan; two counts of mortgage foreclosure consultant fraud; a grand flight leader; one count of forging a forged check for $500,000; and one count of mortgage fraud.

Dailey was also charged with “committing a pattern of related criminal conduct,” District Attorney Krishna Abrams noted in the prepared statement.

Specifically, she added, the charges relate to the following schemes:

  1. Besides the $8 million loan to buy a Fairfield winery, a scheme involving his attempt to receive a $3 million personal loan in another person’s name.
  2. A scheme involving his attempt to receive a $5 million business loan for a bogus business;
  3. A scheme involving the fraudulent rental of a Rolls Royce Ghost Series II vehicle with a rental value of $144,000;
  4. A scheme where she submitted false documents in an attempt to purchase a Bombardier Challenger 850 aircraft;
  5. And a foreclosure rescue program in which she received $120,000 from victims, submitted false documents in civil court, and victims lost their homes to foreclosure. (Dailey on Dec. 22 was set to face trial on other criminal charges of defrauding the U.S. Small Business Administration for submitting false documents and receiving $187,000 in loans for COVID-19 relief to struggling small businesses. to survive in the midst of the pandemic.
    Abrams also said the defendant was previously convicted in 2008 in U.S. District Court in Sacramento of fraudulently obtaining financial assistance related to Hurricane Katrina, a Category 5 storm that devastated New Orleans and Gulf Coast in August 2005.

The latest case is being investigated by District Attorney Investigator Mason Mineni. Assistant District Attorney Jeff Daley is leading the prosecution.

Mineni asks anyone with information about these cases to call him at 784-6876.