Three men charged with bankruptcy fraud

May 13, 2000

Two Baltimore men and a Howard County developer have been charged with bankruptcy fraud, the Justice Department said.

Alan Martin Davis, 32, and Gordon Nkokom Ndando, both of Baltimore, were charged Thursday. Davis is accused of trying to convince a lender that a bankruptcy judge had ordered his repossessed automobile returned. Ndando allegedly used a false name to file for bankruptcy protection.

A federal grand jury in Baltimore also indicted John C. Mardall, 54, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., last month. Mardall, who worked as a Howard County developer, allegedly transferred assets from his construction companies before filing for personal bankruptcy.

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