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Get your tax refund before you file? Here's why it's happening

Wait, what? You didn't file your income tax return yet but suddenly, somehow you spotted a bunch of money in your bank account from a refund?

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Virginia Beach investment company owner facing federal charges for $20 million fraud scheme

For Daryl Gene Bank, a self-described financial guru and best-selling author who graduated from a Chesapeake high school, the troubles were piling up. He had been banned from working as an investment broker. State regulators had claimed that he defrauded investors out of $21 million. And he had agreed to pay any “ill-gotten gains” in a federal complaint brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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California woman pleads guilty in international fraud case

A California woman pleaded guilty this week in an international fraud case, officials said.

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$30M Mortgage Fraud Scheme In North Jersey Busted: Prosecutors

Prosecutors: An attorney in Essex County and a real estate agent in Jersey City allegedly teamed up to run a massive mortgage fraud scheme.

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Pair arrested after reportedly picking up $13,142 in doTerra orders

Pleasant Grove police arrested a man and a woman after they reportedly attempted to pick up six orders from essential oils company doTerra totaling more than $13,142 from Nov. 24 to Friday.

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Miami developer indicted for bank fraud

Developer Mordechai Boaziz, a Miami resident, was indicted on charges of federal bank fraud involving a condo conversion project in Temple Terrace.

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SEC charges Redding mortgage company with fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced Thursday that they have settled charges against operators of a Redding real estate investment business who allegedly engaged in a years-long scheme to bilk hundreds of investors out of millions of dollars.

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Lawsuit alleges fraud, elder financial abuse at Oakmont Senior Living

Four senior citizens, including an 82-year-old Santa Rosa man, are suing a chain of residential care facilities founded by Sonoma County developer Bill Gallaher, accusing his company of fraudulent practices that allegedly deprived them of needed care and exposed them to risk of injury.

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Woman gets house arrest for $50,000 fraud

A Kelowna woman who stole more than $50,000 from a former employer has been ordered to pay back $7,800 of that amount over three years.

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Former FCC BDAC adviser Pierce arrested on fraud charges

Controversy around the FCC’s Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee (BDAC) continues to swirl as one of the group’s advisers was arrested last week on claims that she lured investors into providing funds for what appears to be a multimillion-dollar investment fraud scheme.

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