DALLAS —Nemelee Liwanag Jiao, 47, of Irving, Texas, pleaded guilty today, before U.S. Magistrate Judge Renee Harris Toliver, to orchestrating a Ponzi scheme that cost at least 35 investors more than $1,000,000, announced U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox of the Northern District of Texas. Jiao pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud. She faces
FBI Special Agent in Charge (SAC) Eric S. Birnbaum is pleased to announce MANA de San Diego as the 2017 recipient of the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award (DCLA). On Wednesday, December 13, 2017, SAC Birnbaum presented the award to Venus Molina, President and Sofia Salgado, Executive Director of MANA de San Diego, during a
Jackson, Miss – Region 8 Mental Health Services has agreed to pay the United States government in excess of $6.93 million under the False Claims Act to resolve allegations that it was paid for services that it either did not provide or that were not provided by qualified individuals as part of its preschool
I.T. Specialist Arrested for Allegedly Hacking Into Servers of North Suburban Company Where He Formerly Worked as Contractor
Edward Soybel has been arrested on cyber hacking charges for damaging the servers of a north suburban company where he formerly worked.
Luis Reynoso of Lawrence was sentenced in Boston to 11 years in prison for his role in a 2012 kidnapping.
Elk Grove Man Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for $1 Million Adult Adoption Immigration Fraud Scheme
Helaman Hansen of Elk Grove was sentenced to 20 years in prison for operating an adult-adoption fraud scheme that targeted undocumented aliens.
U.S. Attorney’s Office Charges Suburban Mortgage Brokers with Fraud for Allegedly Controlling Property Appraisals in Scheme to Defraud Lenders
Steven and Michael Garcia, two suburban mortgage brokers, charged with fraudulently operating a purportedly independent appraisal management company.
Three remaining members of the Maurio Mitchell Drug Trafficking Organization have been sentenced to prison.
Franklin V. Fennell of Terre Haute was found guilty of fraud, bribery, and false statement charges.
Stephen Christopher Plunkett of Dallas was sentenced to 114 months in prison for committing three bank robberies.