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In 15 minutes Wednesday evening, Margate city commissioners chose a substitute for a commissioner suspended while he awaits trial on federal bribery charges. Brian Donahue, 57, a music teacher at a private school and husband of a city police officer, was...
A veteran guard at the Metropolitan Correctional Center pleaded guilty today to soliciting hundreds of dollars in bribes to smuggle food, cigarettes and other contraband into the Loop federal jail. Tony Henderson, a correctional officer at the MCC...
A veteran guard at the Metropolitan Correctional Center pleaded guilty Thursday to soliciting hundreds of dollars in bribes to smuggle food, cigarettes and other contraband into the Loop federal jail. Tony Henderson, a correctional officer at the MCC...
Attorney Kwang Man "John" Lee, authorities say, was a man who could make things happen — for a price. For a pound of marijuana and $44,000, the Koreatown attorney allegedly said, he could get an immigrant client a U.S. citizenship. "Price is...
A Howard County couple is suing one of the largest residential real estate brokerages in the state and a Columbia title company for more than $11 million, alleging that the firms had financial ties that violated federal law. The case is a proposed class...
Daily PressA former Coast Guard Petty Officer received a seven-year sentence Wednesday for fraud and receiving bribes, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia. Nathan Allen Dunn, 30, of Brookwood, Ala., faces three...
Authorities on Wednesday announced charges against a ring of federal officials who allegedly received bribes of cash and expensive gifts in exchange for fraudulent immigration benefits. The scheme was allegedly orchestrated by Koreatown attorney Kwang...
Tags: Czech Republic, Corporate Crime, Migration, Immigration, Japan
A complaint filed with the Florida Commission on Ethics accuses Commissioner Patricia Hawkins-Williams of using city money to buy T-shirts for a youth sports program — and then taking a kickback from the sale of those shirts. The vice mayor's...
In March, twin sisters Louise and Martine Fokkens, 70, announced their joint retirement after more than 50 years each on the job — as Amsterdam prostitutes. (In February, the minimum age for prostitutes in the Netherlands was raised to 21, but there...
Tags: Culture, Sex Crimes, Norway, The New York Times, Iceland
A Broward man who formerly worked as a consultant for the Florida Department of Transportation was sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison Tuesday for taking a bribe, court records show. Ron Capobianco Jr., 40, of Pompano Beach, pleaded guilty to...
No Confidence in the System I am responding to your April 25 article, "Witness Flip-Flop," about the investigator in the Gould-Taylor murder case. Since Gould and Taylor, whom I know to be innocent of murder, could get convicted in Connecticut on flimsy...
Investigators with the Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Department of Justice are looking into possible bribery activity by a Chinese health-care technology operation formerly owned by Harris Corp., the Melbourne-based company said in a...
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