Fmr. Federal Agents From Md. Charged With Bitcoin Money Laundering, Wire FraudTwo Maryland men---one a former US Secret Service agent---appear in federal court, accused of stealing digital currency during an investigation into an online black market.
Md. Man Pleads Guilty In $1.3M Client FraudA Frederick man has pleaded guilty to wire fraud and money laundering after prosecutors say he took more than $1 million from an elderly client's annuity account.
Va. Man Pleads Guilty In Md. Wire Fraud CaseA Virginia man has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in the theft of more than $1 million from a Washington, D.C.-based company.
Baltimore Man Sentenced 48 Months For $1.2M Food Stamp FraudA Baltimore man has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for defrauding the federal food stamp program of $1.2 million.
New Charges Brought Against Indicted BusinessmanNew charges have been brought against a Maryland businessman accused to Delaware insurance regulators.
Man Sentenced To 9 Years In $9.2M Ponzi SchemeA Walkersville man has been sentenced to nine years followed by three years of supervised release for his role in a $9.2 million Ponzi scheme.
Md. Man Pleads Guilty To Ponzi SchemeA Walkersville man faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to a $9.2 million Ponzi scheme.
Ex-Guard Employee Sentenced For Wire FraudA former employee of the Maryland National Guard has been sentenced to six months in prison for misusing a corporate purchasing card.
Woman Charged With Embezzling $453K From EmployerA 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.
Ex-Pro Boxer, Wife Accused Of Theft From ProgramA former professional boxer and his wife have been indicted on charges that they spent money from the city and private fund intended for their nonprofit youth program.
Appeal Denied For Man Behind Miss.Telemarketing Scam That Affected Victims In Md.A federal appeals court has upheld the more than 14-year sentence George Coe Jr. received for his role in a telemarketing scam case in Mississippi.
Ex-CEO Of Md. Fast-Food Franchise Pleads GuiltyFederal prosecutors say the former CEO of a fast-food franchise has pleaded guilty to embezzling $885,000 and using the money for prostitutes, phone sex and personal expenses for phone sex providers.