Cocaine Conspiracy: Colombian National Extradited To US, Faces Life In PrisonAn extradited Colombian national faces life in prison for his transnational conspiratorial role in distributing large amounts of cocaine throughout the US via Florida, Texas and California.
Another Pleads Guilty In Tri-Med Investment Fraud, Swindling Over 200 Victims From $10.3MA Minnesota man pleads guilty in Orlando for swindling Floridians out of millions of dollars in an investment fraud. He is the fourth person charged in this conspiracy and faces up to 20 years per each of the 20 charges against him.
Real Life Events Set The Backdrop For CW's 'Devils'The CW Television Network premiered a new show called “Devils,” about a large investment bank that discovers a worldwide financial conspiracy. The series is based off the 2014 best-selling novel with the same name, that stars Patrick Dempsey and has already premiered overseas.
Ga. Couple Plead Guilty: Illegally Imported Male Enhancement ProductsIrfanali Momin and Shiba I. Momin a/k/a Saguftabanu Momin, husband and wife, have each pleaded guilty to numerous charges including naturalization fraud, importation of illegal male enhancement drugs and trafficking of counterfeit goods, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Atlanta.
Florida Men Charged With Using 700 Synthetic Identities To Exploit Covid-19 Relief ProgramsAccording to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s office in Miami federal prosecutors have charged two Florida residents with bank fraud conspiracy for allegedly using synthetic identities to commit crimes, including defrauding banks and stealing over $3 million from COVID-19 relief programs.
Florida Men Sentenced To Prison For Roles In Pensacola Dog FightingThe last of four defendants to be convicted for their roles in a dog fighting conspiracy was sentenced today in federal court in Pensacola, Florida.
Georgia Man Pleads Guilty For Role In Multi-State Cocaine ConspiracyAdrian Grier, 44, of Jackson, Georgia, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge John L. Sinatra, Jr. to conspiring to possess with intent to distribute, and distributing, 500 grams or more of cocaine. The charge carries a mandatory minimum penalty of 10 years in prison, a maximum of life, and an $8,000,000 fine.
Florida Doctor Charged In $681M Substance Abuse Treatment Fraud SchemeA Palm Beach County, Florida doctor was arrested and charged with conspiring to commit health care fraud and wire fraud for his alleged participation in a massive years-long health care fraud scheme throughout Palm Beach County, billing for fraudulent tests and treatments for vulnerable patients seeking treatment for drug and/or alcohol addiction.
Florida Man Charged With COVID Relief Fraud, Health Care Fraud And Money LaunderingFlorida man charged with COVID relief fraud, health care fraud and money laundering.
Georgia Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Iowa Meth ConspiracyGeorgia man to federal prison for Iowa meth conspiracy.
Floridian Convicted On Counterfeit Check Scheme Sentenced to Prison, Ordered to Pay $962KA Florida man has been sentenced in federal court to 41 months’ imprisonment, to be followed by a two-year term of supervised release, and ordered to pay $962,840.47 on his conviction of conspiracy to pass counterfeit checks and possession of stolen mail.
5 Tampa Residents Charged In $21 Million Money-Laundering ConspiracyFive Tampa residents charged in $21 million money laundering conspiracy of drug trafficking proceeds
Former FSU C.A.R.E Students And Former UF Football Player Indicted For ConspiracyA federal grand jury returned an indictment charging seven defendants with conspiracy to commit bank fraud, 17 counts of bank fraud, and 8 counts of aggravated identity theft. The indictment was announced by Lawrence Keefe, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida.
Floridians Convicted Of Transporting Stolen GunsFive Floridians are each facing substantial federal prison sentences after admitting they brought stolen firearms into south Georgia.
GM: Incompetence, Negligence Led To Delayed RecallGM CEO Mary Barra says 15 employees — many of them senior legal and engineering executives — have been forced out of the company