SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Federal authorities investigating a massive college admissions scandal have charged dozens of wealthy individuals with conspiring to cheat on college entrance exams and fraudlently gain their children’s admission to elite universities as purported athletic recruits.

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Among the named defendants are at least 14 people living in the Bay Area.

Manuel and Elizabeth Henriquez
Manuel Henriquez is Founder, Chairman and CEO of Hercules Capital of Palo Alto. The couple live in Atherton.

Todd and Diane Blake
Diane Blake is Executive Vice-President and Co-Founder of Winston Retail Solutions of San Francisco. Todd Blake is an entrepreneur/investor. The couple live in Ross.

Gregory and Amy Colburn
Dr. Gregory Colburn is a radiation oncologist in San Jose. The couple live in Palo Alto.

Agustin F. Huneeus
Huneeus is owner/partner of Huneeus Vintners. He lives in San Francisco.

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Bruce and Davina Isackson
Bruce Isackson is President of WP Investments of Woodside. The couple live in Hillsborough.

Marjorie Klapper
Klapper is co-owner of a jewelry business in Menlo Park. She lives in Menlo Park.

William McGlashan Jr.
McGlashan is Founder and Managing Partner of TPG Growth, Co-Founder and CEO of The Rise Fund, and Co-Founder and Director of STX Entertainment. He lives in Mill Valley.

Marci Palatella
Palatella is CEO of International Beverage, a liquor distribution company in Burlingame. She lives in Hillsborough.

Peter Jan “P.J.” Sartorio
Sartoria was President and Co-Founder of Elena’s Food Specialties, acquired in 2010 by ADF Foods. He lives in Menlo Park.

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John Vandemoer
Vandemoer was the sailing coach at Stanford University. He was fired by the university after he pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday.