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Bryan Scott Hurt Pleads Guilty to Securities Fraud

By July 26, 2021July 30th, 2021Investment Fraud

Bryan Scott Hurt, 52, of Glasgow, Ky., recently pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud.

Hurt has agreed to pay $25,000 in restitution to his victim, according to a news release from the Kentucky Attorney General’s office.

As stated in the news release:

“An investigation by the Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner determined that Hurt’s company solicited a $25,000 investment in an oil and gas lease between December 2014 and January 2015 from a McPherson County resident. Investigators determined that Hurt diverted the investment for personal use and to pay other, unrelated investors.”

Sentencing is schedule for September 16, 2021.

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