Serial Fraudster Sentenced To 46 Months In Federal PrisonA Baltimore man was sentenced to 46 months in federal prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud, and for bank fraud resulting in losses of more than $373,000. 
Police | Maryland Live Casino And Hotel Employee Stole Over $14K By Printing Fake VouchersOfficers responded to the Maryland Live Casino to investigate a theft scheme incident Wednesday morning.
Maryland Woman Amanda Merrill Admits She Tried To Protect, Hide Fraudster Husband's Cash In Ponzi SchemeA Maryland woman has admitted to trying to hide her fraudster husband's cash during a federal investigation into his Ponzi scheme that stole hundreds of millions of dollars.
Md. Residents Indicted For Allegedly Stealing Over $820K In V.A. BenefitsThree Maryland residents are facing federal charges for stealing over $820,000 in a Veterans Affairs benefits fraud scheme. 
Baltimore County Woman Sentenced For Medicare FraudA Baltimore County woman was sentenced Tuesday after being convicted of felony Medicare fraud.
Former Md. Union Treasurer Sentenced To 2 Years For Embezzling $82KA former treasurer of a government employees' union was sentenced Tuesday to two years in prison for embezzling more than $82,000 in union funds over three years.
Man, Woman Plead Guilty In Auto Loan Fraud SchemeFederal prosecutors say a man and a woman have pleaded guilty to a scheme to defraud individuals and financial institutions of more than $1 million through fake auto loan applications.
Maryland Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Conspiracy Related To $20M Ponzi SchemeA former chief financial officer was sentenced to federal prison for conspiracy related to a $20 million Ponzi scheme. 
State Police Recover Victim's $17,500 While Investigating Cecil County Phone/Computer ScamThe victim said she began receiving phone calls about her computer virus software being set to expire. 
Owner Of 3 Construction Companies Pleads Guilty To Scheming To Defraud Customers Of More Than $1.7 MillionThrane faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison for the wire fraud conspiracy.   U.S. District Judge Paul W. Grimm has scheduled sentencing for January 7, 2020.
Frederick Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Fraud And Tax Charges Related To A Fraud SchemeA Frederick man who owned and operated a payroll processing business pleaded guilty to federal charges of wire fraud and aiding in the filing of a false tax return.