The national newspaper wrote about the case involving Perry Hall man Rodney Hailey.
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Monday, June 25, 2012
Rodney Hailey faces prison time and the forfeiture of cars, jewelry, property and bank accounts after selling more than 32 million renewable fuel credits.
The Perry Hall businessman accused of selling more than $9 million in fraudulent energy credits was convicted Monday. Rodney Hailey, former CEO of Nottingham-based Clean Green Fuel, LLC, was found guilty of wire fraud, money laundering and a violation of the Clean Air Act, the Maryland U.S. Attorney announced late Monday afternoon. Hailey's trial began on June 18 in U.S. District Court in Maryland before Judge William D. Quarles. He was represented by a federal public defender, according to Marcia Murphy, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office. An investigation by several federal and local regulatory and law enforcement agencies found that Clean Green Fuel, LLC had sold more than 32 million renewable fuel credits, also known as …
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Rodney R. Hailey is accused of selling $9.1 million in renewable fuel credits without any fuel to back them.
The federal trial of a Perry Hall business man, accused of selling fake energy credits, began Monday, according to Marcia Murphy, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office. Patch first reported charges against Rodney R. Hailey, the former CEO of Clean Green Fuel, LLC in October 2011. Hailey, then-33, was a resident of the 10000 block of Catron Road. Federal prosecutors charged him with wire fraud, money laundering and a violation of the Clean Air Act. Hailey could face 20 years in prison for wire fraud, 10 years in prison for money laundering and two years in prison for violating the Clean Air Act, as well as the forfeiture of $9.1 million, including cars, real estate and jewelry. As of Tuesday afternoon, jury selection and opening …
Monday, October 3, 2011
Clean Green Fuel CEO Rodney R. Hailey allegedly used profits of more than $9 million to purchase several luxury vehicles, real estate and jewelry, officials said.
Federal prosecutors charged a Perry Hall businessman on Monday of selling fraudulent renewable energy credits and using the profits to buy luxury cars, according to the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Maryland. Charges against 33-year-old Rodney R. Hailey include wire fraud, money laundering and a violation of the Clean Air Act. Hailey has not yet been arrested, a Department of Justice spokeswoman said. An investigation by several federal and local regulatory and law enforcement agencies found that Clean Green Fuel, LLC—a company based in Nottingham and run by Hailey—sold more than 32 million renewable fuel credits, also known as renewable identification numbers, to brokers and oil companies for about $9 million. …