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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

BUREAU OF PRISONS ASSIGNS STEVEN INGERSOLL REGISTER NUMBER: Current Status “Not In Custody”

After Steven Ingersoll's formal judgment was announced on this blog (where else?), I've received inquiries about the status of his incipient incarceration.

While Ingersoll's federal fraud case was officially closed on December 21, 2016, the United States Marshals Service and the federal Bureau of Prisons have issued Ingersoll a register number.




As of today, Ingersoll's BOP status shows that he is not yet in custody. 

In addition, a check with the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit shows no record of an appeal on behalf of Ingersoll.


4 comments:

  1. Soon to be completed?

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    1. Have no earthly idea; why don't you call the Assistant US Attorney's office?

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  2. You seem so informed about the status of this case. Your blog has been the source for the case status for many, including Steve. You have been more accurate than he has been about his future.

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  3. It's after the 30 days of Ingersoll's sentencing. He better be in prison now (and thinking of his actions, misdeeds). But it wouldn't surprise any of us if he, Noss and cronies are planning some financial scheme involving education and the use of taxpayer money. At least he won't have a cell phone in his prison cell and any activity conversation with guests (wife, Noss, etc) would hopefully be very carefully monitored.

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