A former U.S. visa chief in Vietnam has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for accepting more than $3 million in bribes in exchange for visas for entry into the U.S.
A Maryland man has been convicted of wire fraud in Montana for misrepresenting himself as a Grammy-nominated saxophone player and soliciting money for a children’s cancer foundation that prosecutors say benefited only him.
A Keymar couple prosecutors say used $30 million fraudulently obtained from the federal government to finance a lavish lifestyle has pleaded guilty in the case.
Maryland’s Attorney General wants to shut down a well-known Towson financial advice business.
A massive data breach exposed last week may be even larger than feared.
Frederick County Police are seeking the publics help in identifying a suspect wanted for a theft and fraud investigation.
A Virginia man has pleaded guilty to wire fraud in a scheme to divert $5 million from his employer.
A Bowie man has been convicted of numerous charges of credit fraud, wire fraud and identity theft, including a $14,000 credit theft while he was awaiting trial.
The Aberdeen Police Department is investigating reports of a theft at a Panera Bread.
A Maryland measure to help stop fraud and abuse in state and local government has passed the state Senate.
Two women have been sentenced for using counterfeit checks to buy nearly half a million dollars in gift cards from Target.
Attorney General Brian Frosh is encouraging lawmakers to pass legislation to encourage whistleblowers to alert the government about fraud by private contractors.