Tallahassee, Florida- The Florida Office of Financial Regulation announced the arrest of Wesley Alan Brown in Calabash, North Carolina on July 14, 2014, in connection with his role in a securities fraud that took place in Flagler County, FL.
Brown, who was an assistant pastor at Calvary Chapel Flagler Beach, purportedly offered to sell unregistered securities in Maverick International, a company that supposedly invested in precious metals and commodities. He is charged with seven counts of selling unregistered securities, five counts of securities fraud, four counts of grand theft and one count of the sale of securities by an unregistered dealer. About $400,000 was taken in the scheme.
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