UPDATE: The House of Cards family: Where are they now?

Nearly all of the Hymas family members have moved from the Treasure Valley to Utah.

csewell@idahostatesman.comAugust 26, 2013 

Aaron and Tiffany Hymas

Co-owners of Crestwood Homes.

Each pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud on October 2012. Both were sentenced

on Aug. 26. Aaron Hymas was sentenced to 24 months in prison, three years of

supervised release and ordered to pay $1,520,296.77 in restitution. Tiffany Hymas was

sentenced to 60 days in prison, three years of supervised release, beginning with six

months of home detention. She was also ordered to pay $667,505.42 in restitution.

Declared $68 million in debts in April 2008 bankruptcy. In September 2010, a judge

refused to discharge the debt.

Michael J. Hymas

Aaron Hymas' father.

Pleaded guilty with his daughter Shauntee and son-in-law Stanley to falsifying $8

million in loan applications for buying and selling 21 properties in Idaho and Utah. He

was sentenced in November 2010 to 21 months in federal prison and ordered to pay

$544,647 restitution. He was released from prison in June 2012.

Stanley and Shauntee Hymas Ferguson

Aaron Hymas' brother-in-law and sister.

Both pleaded guilty in 2010 to falsifying $8 million in loan applications.

He was sentenced in November 2010 to 12 months and one day in prison, three

years supervised release and $676,826.34 restitution. He was released from prison in

December 2011.

She was sentenced in November 2010 to one day in prison, five years of supervised

release, 80 hours of community service and $365,829.69 restitution.

Filed a joint $11 million bankruptcy in May 2008, but withdrew their request to have

debts discharged.

Shane and Laurie Krechelle Hymas

Aaron Hymas' brother and sister-in-law.

Both pleaded guilty in 2010 to bank fraud for providing false income information on an

August 2006 real estate loan. They were sentenced in May 2011.

He was sentenced to five months in prison, three years of supervised release. He was

released from prison in January 2012.

She was sentenced to one month in prison and three years of supervision, including five

months of home detention, and 100 hours of community service.

Filed a $2 million bankruptcy in July 2008.

Travis and Season Hymas

Aaron Hymas' brother and sister-in-law.

In June 2012, a jury found him guilty on five counts of wire fraud. He was sentenced

in October to 24 months in prison for wire fraud and ordered to pay $241,307.04 in

restitution.

She pleaded guilty in January to misdemeanor theft from a financial institution. In

May she was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to pay $100,272.32 in

restitution.

Filed a $1 million bankruptcy in July 2008; a court discharged the debt in March 2009.

Paul and Melody Covino Redondo

Business associates. She is a sister of Aaron Hymas' former business partner Vince

Covino.

In 2011, she pleaded guilty to making a false statement to a financial instituion and he

pleaded guilty to misdemeanor theft from a financial institution.

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