Florida Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Defrauding Theme ParksFredrick Bernard Lewis, 32, of Ft. Lauderdale, was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison for using unauthorized access devices at theme parks in Orlando.
Lithonia Man Charged With Defrauding $1.5 Million From USDA’s COVID Relief ProgramChristopher A. Hayes was charged with submitting a false claim to the USDA’s CFAP for the claimed loss of livestock at his commercial farming operation.
Former Conyers’ Mayoral Candidate Charged With Pilfering From The Paycheck Protection Programa former candidate for Mayor of the City of Conyers, has been arraigned on federal charges of bank fraud and money laundering stemming from an alleged scheme to use a company she started to steal over $323,000 from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
U.S. Attorney: ‘Phony Hit Parade’ Halted, Florida Man Faked Association With Wu-Tang To Cheat Hotels & Limo CompaniesAaron Barnes-Burpo admitted to falsely portraying affiliation with the Roc Nation production company and the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan
Man Known As ‘Studmaster’ Charged With Hacking Into Newnan City Computers
Another Pleads Guilty In Tri-Med Investment Fraud, Swindling Over 200 Victims From $10.3MA Minnesota man pleads guilty in Orlando for swindling Floridians out of millions of dollars in an investment fraud. He is the fourth person charged in this conspiracy and faces up to 20 years per each of the 20 charges against him.
Bay Area Officials Warn About Coronavirus-Related ScamsOfficials say COVID-19 scams can be phone calls or they can happen when someone gets access to your information, like unemployment documents.
Atlanta Area Women Charged With Stealing Millions Of Dollars From The Paycheck Protection ProgramLakisha Swope and Treisha Pearson were arraigned in federal court on charges of conspiracy, wire fraud, bank fraud, and money laundering after allegedly participating in a scheme to steal over $3.5 million from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
Marietta Man Arrested for Phony Community Service DocumentationThe Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) and the Marietta Police Department arrested Derek “Al” Sneed, 39, of Marietta, and charged with one felony count of false statements and writings, according to a GBI.
North Korean Military Hackers Indicted In Global Scheme To Commit Cyberattacks And Financial CrimesThe hacking indictment filed in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles alleges that members of the Reconnaissance General Bureau (RGB), a military intelligence agency of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), were engaged in criminal hacking.
Cartersville Man Sentenced For Investment Scam He Started As A TeenagerA federal judge sentenced Kevin Perry, 23, of Cartersville, for running an investment fraud scam that began when he was a teenager and resulted in more than $430,000 in losses to investors.
Florida Man Obtains $3.9 Million In PPP Loans, Buys A $318,000 LamboA Florida man pled guilty to fraudulently acquiring approximately $3.9 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans and using those funds, in part, to buy a $318,000 Lamborghini sports car for himself
Former Bank Loan Officer And Land Developer Indicted In Fraudulent Loan SchemeA federal grand jury indicted a former bank loan officer and two associates on charges arising out of an alleged scheme to defraud Brewster’s former employer, River City Bank in Rome, Georgia.
Florida Woman Owes $20.3M For Role In Historic Healthcare Fraud CaseAn Indian Rocks Beach woman faces 13 years in federal prison and owes $20.3M in restitution for her role in healthcare fraud.