A prominent SouthPark property owned by businessman Richard Siskey (shown in this 2005 file photo) and his wife may be subject to forfeiture to the U.S. government because there is probable cause the property is derived from fraud violations, according to a court filing Wednesday.
A prominent SouthPark property owned by businessman Richard Siskey (shown in this 2005 file photo) and his wife may be subject to forfeiture to the U.S. government because there is probable cause the property is derived from fraud violations, according to a court filing Wednesday. STEPHANIE GRACE LIM
A prominent SouthPark property owned by businessman Richard Siskey (shown in this 2005 file photo) and his wife may be subject to forfeiture to the U.S. government because there is probable cause the property is derived from fraud violations, according to a court filing Wednesday. STEPHANIE GRACE LIM

Government could take prominent SouthPark property over fraud allegations

December 21, 2016 06:15 PM