California Man Sentenced In Maryland To 3 Years In Prison For Conspiracy To Commit Mail, Wire FraudA California man was sentenced in Maryland to three years in federal prison for conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, in connection with a scheme to fraudulently obtain goods using what appeared to be a military e-mail address, according to court documents.
Maryland Mail Carrier, Accomplice Indicted For Allegedly Stealing Credit Cards, Identities Of Victims, BusinessesA mail carrier in Maryland and another man were indicted this week on numerous charges stemming from a scheme in which they allegedly stole credit cards and identities of people and businesses on the carrier's route and opened fake bank accounts in their names.
Maryland Men Presenting Themselves As Pastors Charged In $28M SchemeThree Maryland men presenting themselves as pastors targeted church members and other investors in a Ponzi scheme that defrauded victims out of more than $28 million, according to a federal indictment unsealed Friday.
Baltimore City Professional Counselor Pleads Guilty To Felony Medicaid FraudA Randallstown woman pleaded guilty to one count of felony Medicaid Fraud for submitting claims that caused the Maryland Medical Assistance Program to reimburse her more than $18,000 for services she did not provide.
Bowie Man Sentenced To 18 Months In Federal Prison For False Use Of A PassportA Bowie man was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in federal prison for false use of a passport.
Former Cecil Bank President Pleads Guilty To Federal Charges Stemming From Straw Purchase Of HomeThe former president and CEO of Cecil Bank pleaded guilty Friday to multiple federal charges stemming from a straw purchase of a home the bank had foreclosed on, the justice department said.
Local Dentist, 2 Others Charged With Plot To Defraud MedicaidA dentist, his business partner and another man have been indicted in Maryland on charges they plotted to fraudulently obtain millions of dollars in Medicaid payments, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
Ex-Financial Advisor Pleads Guilty In $6M Fraud SchemeA Virginia man who worked as a financial advisor in Maryland pleaded guilty Monday to participating in a scheme to steal more than $6 million from investors.
Laurel Woman Facing Federal Charges For Three Separate Alleged Fraud SchemesA Laurel woman is facing federal charges for three separate alleged fraud schemes.
2 New Jersey Men Charged In $10M Bank Fraud SchemeTwo New Jersey men have been charged in Maryland with participating in a bank fraud scheme that led to more than $10 million in losses from hundreds of credit and debit card transactions, authorities said Monday.
CEO Of Maryland Nonprofit Charged With Misusing Grants, Defrauding WomanThe former CEO of a Maryland nonprofit was charged Tuesday with diverting grant money intended to help domestic violence victims to pay for personal expenses and a failing weight loss clinic that she owned.
Maryland Among 11 Worst States For Coronavirus FraudMaryland is among the worst state for coronavirus-related fraud, according to a new study.
Former Mayor Catherine Pugh Granted 60-Day Extension To Report To PrisonFormer Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was granted a 60-day extension for the date that she must report to prison.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Headed To Alabama Women's Prison, Asking For Delay Again Due To Coronavirus PandemicFormer Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh will serve her time in an Alabama women's prison, according to court records.
Prosecutors: Woman Should Owe $28M For Defrauding InvestorsFederal prosecutors say an Israeli woman should be ordered to pay $28 million in restitution to thousands of investors who were defrauded in a scheme she orchestrated.