Bainbridge businessman charged with 36 counts of forgery of loan documents
BAINBRIDGE TOWNSHIP, Ohio – A Geauga County grand jury has indicted a local business owner accused of using his business to obtain loans using forged documents.
Mark Hoehn, 68, of Bainbridge Township, has been charged with several counts, including one count of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, a first degree felony, two counts of theft from a no one in a protected class, two counts of grand theft, three counts of telecommunications fraud and 28 counts of counterfeiting.
His charges stem from a three-month investigation by Bainbridge Township Police into numerous financial transactions Hoehn made through his company Odyssey Printware, located on Aurora Road.
From December 28, 2018 to March 11, 2020, Hoehn is accused of using his business, Odyssey Printware, to obtain loans from an 86-year-old Bainbridge Township resident using forged documents. He is also accused of securing further loans for his business through a series of unauthorized credit card charges and false documents that victimized two other businesses in the area, according to police.
Hoehn is due to be brought to justice on November 4 at 8:30 a.m.
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