Who's involved

  • Updated: January 3, 2013 - 9:46 PM

Jason "Bo" Beckman, 43, of Plymouth.

Former Anoka High School hockey standout claimed to be one of the nation's top money managers and tried to buy part of the Minnesota Wild.

Sentence: 30 years, $155 million restitution

Gerald Durand, 61, of Faribault.

Former coin dealer solicited investors for Ponzi scheme at seminars, on an AM radio infomercial in the Twin Cities and on a Christian shortwave network.

Sentence: 20 years, $155 million restitution

Patrick Kiley, 74, of Minneapolis.

Christian radio host endorsed the Ponzi scheme on his show.

Sentence: pending

Christopher Pettengill, 56, of Plymouth.

Securities broker pleaded guilty to fraud in June and testified against former business partners.

Sentence: 7 1/2 years

Trevor Cook, 40, Burnsville.

Chief investment officer for Oxford Global Partners.

Pleaded guilty to fraud in 2010 and is serving a 25-year sentence.

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