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FloriDUHSt. Pete Beach detectives said Harold James, 46, and Sam Baage, 58, who were employed by the Tradewinds Resort as Head of the Information Technology Department and Chief Financial Officer, respectively, created several phony companies, then billed the...
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Mike Tyson has sued SFX Financial Advisory Management Enterprises, saying that one of its advisors embezzled more than $300,000 from him and cost him millions of dollars in potential future earnings. The lawsuit claims that although SFX has returned some...
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L.A. NOWSix former Bell council members believed they were above law as they pocketed extraordinary salaries for their part-time work as leaders in one of Los Angeles County’s poorest cities, a prosecutor told jurors Wednesday during closing arguments in...
L.A. NOWA former Bell city leader accused of plundering the town's treasury by taking an oversized salary continued to trade barbs with a prosecutor Friday, bringing an admonishment from the judge presiding over the municipal corruption case. George Cole, a...
L.A. NOWMaureen O'Connor was the first female mayor of San Diego. But when she left public life, she spent countless hours seated in front of video-poker machines, authorities said. Over a nine-year period, she wagered an estimated $1 billion, including millions....
L.A. NOWThe lawyer for former San Diego Mayor Maureen O'Connor suggested that a brain tumor may have caused her to lose massive sums gambling on video poker games. Over a nine-year period O'Connor wagered an estimated $1 billion, including millions from......
This post has been updated. See below for details.Do not pass go, do not collect $53 million: Former queen of the quarter horse world Rita Crundwell was headed straight to jail after her sentencing in federal court in Illinois on Thursday. Crundwell, 60, received 19 years and seven months in prison,...
L.A. NOWTwo former employees of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum pleaded not guilty Monday to theft and conspiracy charges in their first court appearance since being charged last month by city prosecutors. Ulises Luna, 33, and former payroll clerk Maria De........
L.A. NOWThe former president of California’s largest union local was found guilty by a federal jury in Los Angeles on Monday of stealing from the low-wage workers he represented. Tyrone Freeman, who led Local 6434 of the Service Employees International...
A bookkeeper, who embezzled $1.7 million from work, was sentenced Thursday to 13 years and four months in state prison, prosecutors said. Rebecca Rhea Moore, 39, of Dyersburg, Tenn., pleaded guilty to multiple felonies, including grand theft by...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOZARK, Mo. -- A former office manager and paralegal for a law firm is accused of embezzling about $28,000 over the last 20 months that she worked there. Kari Love, 48, who now lives in Searcy, Ark., according to online court records, was charged on...
A South Korean executive was sentenced to four years in prison Thursday for embezzling more than $40 million from his conglomerate, the third-largest of the massive and powerful chaebols that have long dominated the South Korean economy. SK Group...
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