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Woman Charged With Embezzling $453K From Employer

A Landover woman has been indicted on charges of embezzling more than $453,000 from her employer and using the money to buy a house in Africa, expensive electronics and jewelry.

04/30/2013

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Jailhouse Soap Opera: 13 Female Guards Indicted For Smuggling Drugs & Phones; 4 Impregnated By Same Inmate

It was a brazen scheme to smuggle drugs and cell phones into Baltimore jails. More than two dozen people face federal charges, including corrections officers—some of whom got pregnant by the same inmate.

04/23/2013

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Md. Man Found Guilty In Renewable Energy Scheme

Prosecutors told jurors in Baltimore that a Maryland man accused of selling millions of dollars in fraudulent renewable energy credits didn’t produce anything but lies.

06/25/2012

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Trader Testifies In Md. Renewable Energy Trial

A renewable energy credits trader says a Maryland man accused of selling $9.1 million in fraudulent credits told him problems found by another trader were merely paperwork issues.

06/20/2012

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Woman Pleads Guilty In Money Laundering Conspiracy

A 25-year old Elkton woman has pleaded guilty to conspiring to launder more than $400,000 in drug money by buying casinos chips, winning lottery tickets, luxury items and real estate.

05/26/2011

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Former United Way Worked Indicted For Wire Fraud

A federal grand jury has indicted a former United Way of Central Maryland employee for wire fraud in connection with a scheme to steal at least $400,788 in donations issued to the charitable organization.

04/28/2011

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Alleged Drug Kingpin Faces New Indictment

An alleged Baltimore drug kingpin and a co-defendant are now facing money laundering conspiracy charges.

04/27/2011

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Pawn Shop Owner Sentenced In Money Laundering

A federal judge has sentenced a Baltimore man to nearly four years in prison for his role in a $20 million scheme to sell stolen goods through area pawn shops.

03/08/2011