Dale L. Graybill
In 2005, Dale Graybill and his wife Shirley were charged in Connecticut with mail fraud and tax fraud. They had previously been charged in Alabama with securities fraud. They pleaded guilty to all of these. After a grand jury indictment, the Graybills were each arrested and charged with three counts of securities fraud involving a company named Memlock Systems. Memlock Systems was supposed to be an offshore trading corporation located in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Investor funds were supposedly put into an offshore bank account by wire transfers, but the investors never received a return on these investments. The Graybills were each released on a $15,000 bond. In 2005, Graybill pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud and was sentenced to four years in prison. Shirley pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and received a one year sentence. They were each ordered to pay restitution of $150,000 to two Alabama victims, a Victim's Compensation Assessment of $50, and court costs. In 2005, the Graybills were charged in Connecticut with mail fraud and for filing a false 2002 income tax return.