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Minnesota News: Chaska, Telemarketing Scammer, WAYNE ROBERT DAHL, JR. Charged With Multiple Counts Of Mail and Wire Fraud

Chaska, Minnesota – United States Attorney Erica H. MacDonald today announced a federal indictment charging WAYNE ROBERT DAHL, JR., 50, with four counts of mail fraud and four counts of wire fraud.[1] DAHL will make his initial appearance in U.S. District Court at a later date. According to the indictment, DAHL owned “Your Magazine Service, … Continue reading Minnesota News: Chaska, Telemarketing Scammer, WAYNE ROBERT DAHL, JR. Charged With Multiple Counts Of Mail and Wire Fraud

Missouri News: Ozark Man, Dwight Moody Cox, Pleads Guilty to $2.4 Million Cattle Fraud Scheme

SPRINGFIELD, MO – An Ozark, Missouri man has pleaded guilty in federal court to a $2.4 million wire fraud scheme in which he falsely claimed that he had purchased thousands of head of cattle under a contract with a Texas company. Dwight Moody Cox, 57, waived his right to a grand jury and pleaded guilty … Continue reading Missouri News: Ozark Man, Dwight Moody Cox, Pleads Guilty to $2.4 Million Cattle Fraud Scheme

New York News: ROCHESTER, Craig Jerabeck, Former 5Linx Owner Sentenced On Wire Fraud And Tax Charges For His Role In Multi-Million Dollar Marketing Scheme

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy, Jr. announced today that Craig Jerabeck, 57, of Rochester, NY, who was convicted of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and filing a false tax return, was sentenced to serve 14 months in prison by U.S. District Judge David G. Larimer. The defendant was also ordered to pay … Continue reading New York News: ROCHESTER, Craig Jerabeck, Former 5Linx Owner Sentenced On Wire Fraud And Tax Charges For His Role In Multi-Million Dollar Marketing Scheme

NEW YORK | Emmert: No speedy resolution in basketball corruption cases

NEW YORK— NCAA President Mark Emmert said Wednesday that new rules allowing the use of information from legal proceedings will help in the investigation of college basketball corruption, though he cautioned that the inquiry is unlikely to be done before the men’s tournament begins in March. The first federal trial in the case in October … Continue reading NEW YORK | Emmert: No speedy resolution in basketball corruption cases

LAS VEGAS | Jury convicts Las Vegas man in $1.5B investment scheme

LAS VEGAS— A Las Vegas man has been convicted of fraud and money laundering charges in what federal prosecutors say was a $1.5 billion Ponzi scheme involving a purported investment company and medical collection business that operated in Nevada and Japan. Edwin Fujinaga faces a March 8 sentencing after a jury convicted him Tuesday of … Continue reading LAS VEGAS | Jury convicts Las Vegas man in $1.5B investment scheme

Colorado News: Colorado Springs Man, Daniel Coddington Sentenced For Wire Fraud And Securities

DENVER, Co. – Daniel Coddington, age 64, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, was sentenced today by U.S. District Court Judge R. Brooke Jackson to serve 120 months (10 years) in federal prison for wire and securities fraud, U.S. Attorney Jason R. Dunn and FBI Denver Division Special Agent in Charge Dean Phillips announced. After serving his … Continue reading Colorado News: Colorado Springs Man, Daniel Coddington Sentenced For Wire Fraud And Securities

Florida News: Miami Beach Residents Charged with Wire Fraud in Connection with Fraudulent Online Car Sales Website

Florida – Merkourios Alexopoulos, 46, and Sabrina Schnekker, 32, of Miami Beach, were arrested on an indictment charging them with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and wire fraud in connection with a fraudulent online car sales website. Ariana Fajardo Orshan, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Brian Swain, Special Agent in Charge, United … Continue reading Florida News: Miami Beach Residents Charged with Wire Fraud in Connection with Fraudulent Online Car Sales Website

Wisconsin News: Former Green Bay Resident, Alma Ramirez Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud, Filing False Tax Returns and Aggravated Identity Theft

Wisconsin – Matthew D. Krueger, the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, announced that Alma Ramirez (age: 40) formerly of Green Bay, Wisconsin, appeared in federal court in Green Bay and pleaded guilty to wire fraud, assisting in the filing false tax returns seeking fraudulent tax refunds, and aggravated identity theft. As … Continue reading Wisconsin News: Former Green Bay Resident, Alma Ramirez Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud, Filing False Tax Returns and Aggravated Identity Theft