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Real estate agent, former cop charged in bank fraud scheme

Chicago man sought to stem losses from theater deal

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Bond Traders Escape Conspiracy, Fraud Charges Relatively Unscathed

Three bond traders escaped relatively unscathed Thursday from a closely followed trial in Hartford where federal prosecutors argued that they deceived customers about securities prices to earn more for themselves and their company, Nomura Securities International.

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Ron Van Den Heuvel sentenced to 3 years in federal prison on bank fraud charges

De Pere businessman Ron Van Den Heuvel will spend three years in prison for using straw borrowers to defraud Horicon Bank and three credit unions.

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Executive, escort indicted as part of $5.8 million scheme

A one-time Buffalo Grove business executive and his former escort-turned-girlfriend have been indicted on six counts of wire fraud after they allegedly spent $5.8 million from a suburban company to fund a lavish lifestyle.

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Bankruptcy fraud nets ex-Montgomery business owner 6 years in prison

Former president and CEO of Southeastern Stud & Components guilty of lying to bankruptcy court about how he paid off a $100K gambling debt

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10 Notorious Tax Cheats: Real Housewives Stars Teresa And Joe Giudice Faced A Staggering 50 Years

The real stars of Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa Giudice and Giuseppe “Joe” Giudice, were indicted in 2013 on 39 counts of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, making false statements on loan applications and bankruptcy fraud. The couple originally pleaded not guilty claiming they were unfairly targeted as celebrities. The indictment alleged that they intentionally concealed businesses they owned and concealed their income. There were separate charges against Joe for failure to file federal income tax returns for 2004 through 2008.

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Former Pier’s and Blake owner Stuart Bannatyne charged with tax fraud

Stuart Bannatyne, who purchased the former Doyle Hardware building in late 2007, and his company, 330 Main Street LLC, have been charged with failing to remit $25,000 in sales tax.

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Failed film deal leads to allegations of fraud, money laundering

Jeff Elliott dreamed of telling the story of his son's triumph over a life-threatening brain tumor on the silver screen. And in Christopher Eberts, an independent producer who had made films with Bruce Willis, John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, he believed he had found the person who could make it happen.

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Cub Scouts in Hales Corners had financial problems before learning their treasurer had ripped them off

Cub Scout Pack 599 in Hales Corners has been living financially month-to-month for the past few years, unable to offer discounted attendance at outings or even give out certain activity patches.

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Dad, son accused in bank fraud also stole IDs to set up trade names, cops say

A father and son from Pennsylvania, charged earlier this year in a Connecticut bank fraud scheme, have been arrested for using other people's identities to register trade names in Somerset County.

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