A southwest Idaho woman whose grandmother received benefits as the wife of a deceased veteran has admitted to collecting about $91,000 by not reporting her grandmother's death. Acting U.S. Attorney … Click to Continue »
A Wyoming psychologist accused of submitting about $6.8 million in fraudulent health care bills says he plans to plead not guilty at his next court hearing Tuesday. Gibson Condie of … Click to Continue »
A Florida woman who believes the 2012 school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut was a hoax will plead guilty to threatening the father of a 6-year-old boy who was killed in the massacre, according to federal court papers. The guilty plea is an illustration of how unhinged conspiracy theorists latched...
Last year we talked about Joyell Riley when she was arrested for claiming to be a “highly decorated” Marine Corps veteran and a cancer victim to scam folks on a GoFundMe tincup. The money went into her pocket instead. She was sentenced in December to three years on parole and ordered to make restitution to […]
The guilty plea is an illustration of how unhinged conspiracy theorists latched onto the Newtown shooting and harassed the family members of victims.
Surveillance footage captured the entire interaction.
The deranged attacker who randomly stabbed a tourist in the head last December was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison. Steven Tlapanco, 20, previously pleaded guilty to attempted assault as part of a plea deal for stabbing Connor Rasmussen, 23, in the back of the head Dec. 18, 2016. Rasmussen and some pals were...
New York (AFP) – A 60-year-old British citizen pleaded guilty in New York on Wednesday to money laundering conspiracy in connection with the sweeping corruption scandal that has rocked world soccer. Costas Takkas, the former Cayman Islands...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two former executives of Heritage Pharmaceuticals who pleaded guilty to fixing drug prices in January have agreed to settle with 41 states and territories involved in the probe, the Connecticut attorney general's office said on Wednesday.
A South Dakota man avoided prison after pleading guilty to raping a 15-year-old girl when he was 18 — and the judge reprimanded a prosecutor for reminding the court he’d raped her twice. Brandon Hughes, who turned 19 in September, was sentenced Tuesday to three years of supervised...
A former McCracken County deputy jailer has pleaded not guilty to multiple counts of misconduct. The Paducah Sun reports (http://bit.ly/2rUfkR0) 31-year-old Ben Green entered the plea at an arraignment Tuesday. … Click to Continue »
A Massachusetts tax preparer faces up to four years in prison for a tax fraud scheme. The Gloucester Times reports (http://bit.ly/2qOVAk2 ) 69-year-old John Carr Jr. pleaded guilty Tuesday to … Click to Continue »
A former Vornado Realty Trust executive pleaded guilty to stealing $1.6 million from a company he started, according to the New York Post. Rockie Gajwani, former CEO of Trevi Retail, used the stolen... To view the full story, click the title link.
Former University of Kansas basketball player Josh Jackson pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor traffic violation after he backed into a car and drove away
The deal was over after Weiner pleaded guilty to sexting with a minor.
The chief financial officer for Soupman Inc., which licensed recipes of the chef made famous by “Seinfeld,” is accused of avoiding taxes by paying workers off the books.
A 26-year-old mail carrier in western New York has pleaded guilty to stealing cash, gift cards and other items from hundreds of pieces of mail he was supposed to deliver. … Click to Continue »
Victor Sibson, who wore a helmet during his court appearance, pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder
A Florida elementary school teacher was caught on surveillance footage trading gummy bears in exchange for a kiss from a 10-year-old male student, cops said. Read more...
An engineer working for a defense contractor pleaded guilty to selling sensitive satellite information to an undercover FBI agent he thought was a Russian spy, federal officials say.