United States District Court, D. Utah
Nuffer, Magistrate Judge.
POST-INDICTMENT RESTRAINING ORDER UNDER 21 U.S.C.
Kohler United States District Judge
United States has made an application to this Court, pursuant
to 21 U.S.C. § 853(e)(1)(A), for a restraining order to
preserve the availability of certain property that the United
States seeks to forfeit in this case
(“Application”). Upon consideration of the
Application,  it appears to the Court that there is
reasonable cause to enter a restraining order to preserve for
Any assets or assets traceable to such assets that Jay
Bezanson, Stephen Robichaud, and/or Jag Equities Corp
(“Subject Third Parties”) have received from
Nanci Baldwin into Jag Equities' JP Morgan Chase Bank
account ending in 8635 (hereinafter “Subject
based upon the following:
a federal grand jury for this district returned an Indictment
charging the above defendant with federal crimes including
wire fraud in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1343.
Furthermore, the Indictment contains a notice of the United
States' intent to seek forfeiture of proceeds obtained
from the wire fraud scheme. Indictment at 7, ECF No. 1.
the Declaration of Special Agent Chris Andersen sets forth
sufficient facts establishing probable cause connecting the
Subject Property to the wire fraud scheme alleged in the
the Subject Property for which the order is sought would, in
the event of Nanci Baldwin's conviction, be subject to
forfeiture under 18 U.S.C. § 981(a)(1)(A).
any third-party claims to the Subject Property may be
properly brought and resolved in ancillary proceedings
conducted by this Court following the execution of a
Preliminary Order of Forfeiture in accordance with the
provisions of federal forfeiture law.
the Court has jurisdiction to enter this order pursuant to 21
U.S.C. § 853(e)(1), as made applicable to this case by
18 U.S.C. § 982(b)(1).
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED AND DECREED: