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Marshall County prosecutors reveal charges against Stone Creek Homes executives


Marshall County prosecutors unsealed grand jury indictments against the executives of Stone Creeks Homes Tuesday.

The indictments against Stone Creek Homes President and CEO David Ferguson, 61, and CFO Alan Donahue, 70, were originally issued in February and requested sealed by prosecutors. They were unsealed last week as warrants were issued for Ferguson and Donahue, and as of Tuesday they are not in custody.

Ferguson was indicted for 14 felony counts, including nine counts of Theft, three counts of Corrupt Business Influence, Receiving Stolen Property and Conspiracy to Receive Stolen Property. Donahue was indicted for 11 felony counts, including six counts of Theft, three counts of Corrupt Business Influence, Aiding in the Commission of Theft and Conspiracy to Commit Receiving Stolen Property.

Court documents allege Ferguson and Donahue worked together to steal nearly $75,000 on two separate occasions by creating a false impression and promising performance that they knew would not be performed. They are also accused of wire transferring $233,000 of stolen funds into separate accounts for their own use, and withholding wages from multiple Stone Creek Homes employees.

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