The president of a bulk mailing company has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for defrauding charities and nonprofits by failing to provide contracted services.
A federal appeals court on Monday upheld a $1 million civil verdict against a political consultant responsible for illegal automated telephone calls in the 2010 Maryland governor’s race.
A pharmacy owner and two workers have been indicted on charged of health care fraud and identity theft in an alleged plot to submit false claims to Medicaid and Medicare.
A gang of computer hackers are busted for stealing the credit card numbers of 160 million Americans. Seventeen major corporations were hacked, including a number of companies here in Maryland.
Police say two suspects are working together to pick pockets at grocery stores in Anne Arundel County.
A Clarksville man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for being the mastermind in a bank fraud scheme that cost more than 50 victims at least $70,000.
A Frederick man faces up to 20 years in federal prison for defrauding the Special Olympics, the National Wildlife Foundation and other clients of his bulk mailing business.
A Virginia lawyer has been sentenced to more than 4 years in prison for plotting to get more than $100 million in fraudulent loans from the Small Business Administration.
A Maryland woman who was the nominal president of a contracting firm and who pleaded guilty to falsely presenting a company as a minority-owned business has been sentenced to four years in prison.
A New York woman has pleaded guilty to defrauding a home improvement company by pretending to be with its information technology department and getting employees to set up gift cards.
A woman who pleaded guilty to committing bank fraud and identity theft while she was on supervised release for the same crimes has been sentenced to three years in prison.
A Hagerstown pharmacist has pleaded guilty to improperly billing Medicare and Medicaid more than $200,000 for unlawful prescriptions for oxycodone and methadone.