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Spring 2010: A special agent with the federal bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Clifford D. Posey, approaches Hampton about running an undercover cigarette case. June 2010: Warehouse leased off Aberdeen Road. Undercover company opens...
Tribune reporterA woman with a history of theft – including using tape and a weighted string to fish cash out of a lock box-- was sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday for stealing more than $500,000 from a Downers Grove law firm where she worked as a secretary....
Tags: Corporate Crime, Theft, Banking, Lawyers, Woodridge
World NowLawmakers overwhelmingly elected an academic and civic activist as president of Somalia on Monday, in a United Nations-backed effort to put the country's lawless past behind it and forge the first stable central government in more than two decades....
A Huntington Beach woman is scheduled to be arraigned June 29 for allegedly embezzling thousands of dollars from school fundraisers while serving as a parent-teacher organization president. Gail Diane Panella-Monestere, 52, is accused of stealing more...
L.A. NOWCosta Mesa High School's marching band and its supporters are reeling from allegations that more than $40,000 was embezzled from the Band Boosters Club. Mesa's marching band and color guard were stunned to learn that club treasurer Jennifer Border-Piatti,...
L.A. NOWLos Angeles County officials were investigating the death of a man found on the Expo Line tracks in Culver City early Sunday....
L.A. NOWA multiple-vehicle crash closed all eastbound lanes of the 101 Freeway in Woodland Hills Wednesday morning, California Highway Patrol said....
A Maryland woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to embezzling more than $143,000 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, where she worked as a human resources analyst, according to the Maryland U.S. attorney's office. Sheila Ann Howard, 56, of Capitol...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Prince George's County, FEMA, Banking, Lawyers
There are accusations that former Salton Sea Beach Fire Chief Ronald Hall may have embezzled money from the Fire Department. No charges have been made and it’s been two months now. — Wanting to Know, Salton Sea Let us just first say, Hall...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Fires
WDBJ7 ReporterUPDATED 9:30pm Thursday: A former Halifax County sheriff accused of embezzlement and forgery turned himself in Thursday night. Investigators say Stanley Noblin took more than 113,000 dollars from funds meant for use in crime and drug investigations. ...
Former Councilman John Drayman's criminal case was pushed back yet again Thursday after he was assigned a new public defender who asked for more time to get a handle on embezzlement, forgery and other allegations. Los Angeles County Superior Court...
ReporterA former employee who served as a long time deacon at St. Patrick-St. Anthony Parish in Grand Haven is facing a felony charge for stealing thousands of dollars in cash from church collection plates. Joseph Talmadge Finnigan, 73, from Grand Haven was...
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