Sean Meadows, a former financial adviser in Eden Prairie, was sentenced in June to 25 years in prison for defrauding $13 million from 100 victims in a Ponzi scheme.

Khemall Jokhoo, of Lonsdale, was sentenced in August 2014 to 14 years, 7 months in prison for trying to steal more than $700,000 by using the stolen identities of 60 people.

Jamal Talal Mustafa, of Apple Valley, and 19 others were convicted in April of running a massive identity theft ring as part of an organization that stole $20 million worth of cellphones and other mobile devices.

Mark Holt, of Vadnais Heights, was sentenced in 2014 to 10 years in prison for stealing $4 million from his clients.

Sienemah Gaye, of Anoka, and 27 others were charged last year in a bank fraud conspiracy with attempting to steal $2 million by making bogus checks and cashing them or trying to do so in Minnesota and at least five other states.

Bryan Reichel, of Prior Lake, was indicted in September 2014 in an investment fraud scheme involving PureChoice Inc., a Burnsville company he founded that sold air monitors.