- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 17, 2014

DALLAS (AP) - A Dallas-area man sentenced to nearly six years in prison for fraud has been indicted for not surrendering as scheduled.

Michael David Carroll of Irving was in federal custody Wednesday.

Carroll was indicted Tuesday in Dallas on a charge of failure to surrender to serve his prison term. He faces up to 10 additional years if convicted.

Carroll last year pleaded guilty to wire fraud in a salad restaurant franchise scam. Carroll in March was sentenced 70 months in prison and ordered to repay investors more than $1.4 million.

Carroll was allowed to remain free on bond until May. A judge allowed a defense request to delay Carroll’s surrender date to July, then to Sept. 15.

A warrant was issued when Carroll failed to report to prison.

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