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Sun SentinelThe race is on. Some state leaders and insurers are mobilizing to drive legislation fighting auto insurance fraud to the finish line during the lawmaking session that starts in January. Bills proposed this year to attack fraudulent personal injury...
Fighting automobile insurance fraud is a top priority for Gov. Rick Scott, key legislators, regulators and the insurance industry this year because they say it's driving up premiums. But insurers say they can't guarantee lower insurance rates, even if...
SAN DIEGO -- Four San Diego-area suspects in a car-theft ring that shipped luxury vehicles to Iraq were behind bars Wednesday. In addition to the local arrests, nine people were arrested in the Detroit area this week and another suspect was at large,...
Tags: Detroit, Corporate Crime, Theft, Crimes, Police Arrests
firstname.lastname@example.orgA regional ministry that provides food at a discounted price will begin distribution later this month in Hagerstown to anyone who wishes to take advantage of the service, organizers said this week. “If you eat, you qualify,” said Ron Kosor,...
FOX40 NewsThe former general manager of Tracy Chevrolet was sentenced to eight years in prison for fraud, the Department of Justice announced Friday. Stephen Kraut, 49, will serve eight years and one month in prison and five years of supervised release. Kraut also...
Tags: Joint Ventures, Chevrolet, Prisons, Corporate Crime, Punishment
Does your seafood look more succulent than it is? “Overglazing” fish by adding layers of ice and “soaking” scallops to boost bloat are common -- and fraudulent -- tactics that federal seafood officials say they’re trying to...
An Edgewater man was sentenced to six years in prison and a Crofton man pleaded guilty Friday for their involvement in a Gambrills-based mortgage fraud scheme in which they stole nearly $5 million for their personal use, prosecutors said. Gary Pierce,...
Tags: Mortgages, Justice System, Corporate Crime, Prosecution, Trials
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersJewish mysticism is the spiritual bedrock of the Kabbalah Centre, but its finances are built on real estate investments, donations and the marketing of religious books, classes and merchandise. As a tax-exempt religious organization, the center is not...
Isiah Calloway's death was reported in a single sentence back in April, a 19-year-old man "found shot inside a vehicle." To federal authorities, though, Calloway was a potential witness in a bank fraud conspiracy. That is, until prosecutors say, his...
Tags: Justice System, Pikesville, Witnesses, Corporate Crime, Lawyers
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- The owner of a swanky Beverly Hills beauty salon who admitted to running up hundreds of thousands of dollars in fraudulent credit card charges of her celebrity clients was sentenced Monday. Maria Gabriella Perez (aka. Maria Gabriela...
Keenan Hauke set himself as a financial expert and pundit, appearing regularly on cable networks and local TV, and writing a local business column on all things financial. Federal authorities claim Hauke was a fraud, ripping off his clients and he's...
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit that accused a columnist for The Times of illegally recording conversations with the president of the 1-800-GET-THIN marketing firm. The company is known for its ubiquitous billboards plastered along Southland freeways,...
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