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Alleged 'Nigerian Prince' Scammer Arrested in Louisiana

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Alleged 'Nigerian Prince' Scammer Arrested in Louisiana: SIDELL, Louisiana — After an 18-month investigation, Slidell police arrested 67-year-old Michael Neu on 269 counts of wire fraud and one count of money laundering after he helped scam people out of thousands of dollars as a middleman in one of the well-known “Nigerian prince” internet scams, …: Google Alert – Fraud

New representatives to local bodies will have no room for corruption, fraud, President stresses: Jan 01, Colombo: Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena says the people's representatives who will be elected to the local government bodies at the forthcoming election next month will have no opportunities for corruption and fraud. President Sirisena stressed that he will not permit the new chairs …: Google Alert – Fraud

Murphy: Home for the Holidays: You wreck the global economy, and you get a slap on the wrist, plus a stern warning not to repeat that kind of criminal behavior ever again. You illegally hire hundreds of undocumented immigrants, then commit banking fraud — Rubashkin was found guilty in 2009 of submitting fake paperwork so that …: Google Alert – Fraud

TDCI shares FTC consumer alert regarding Western Union scam settlement: The refund program follows a settlement with the Western Union Company, which in January 2017 admitted to aiding and abetting wire fraud and agreed to pay $ 586 million to resolve charges brought by the FTC, the U. S. Department of Justice, and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service. The charges …: Google Alert – Fraud

China's Postal Savings Bank fined US million for role in Guangfa fraud scandal: The CBRC has now fined 13 financial institutions, including Postal Bank, a total of 1.34 billion yuan over their roles in lending to Guangfa, which became involved in a fraud scandal when two bonds worth a combined 1 billion yuan issued by phone maker Cosun Group went into default on December 20, …: Google Alert – Fraud

Armed with new data, officials target 'drug-dealing' doctors: The department is providing a trove of data to the Opioid Fraud and Abuse Detection Unit, which draws together authorities in 12 regions across the country, that shows which doctors are prescribing the most, how far patients will travel to see them and whether any have died within 60 days of receiving …: Google Alert – Fraud

Armed with new data, officials target 'drug-dealing' doctors: PITTSBURGH — Federal prosecutors say a strategy that gives them better access to drug and health-care data is helping them stop doctors who irresponsibly prescribe addictive pain pills. It's called the Justice Department's Opioid Fraud and Abuse Detection Unit. The unit provides authorities in 12 …: Google Alert – Fraud

Fraud, burglary, fire in Gold Canyon reported to PCSO Dec. 16-26: Above are the general locations of fraud, burglary and fire incidents reported Dec. 16-26 to the Pinal County Sheriff's Office for the community of Gold Canyon. Fraud was reported at 10:54 p.m. Dec. 22 in the 10800 block of East Cloudview Avenue, theft from a motor vehicle was reported at 9:12 .m. Dec.: Google Alert – Fraud

A Firsthand Account of Illinois' Home Health Care Fraud Debacle: A Firsthand Account of Illinois' Home Health Care Fraud Debacle The Illinois' home health care industry has been taking center stage of late, thanks in large part to an expose published by the Chicago Tribune that highlighted rampant fraud still hampering these services. Due to a number of factors, …: Google Alert – Fraud

Active Tazewell County warrants — Jan 1: Wanted for numerous charges of fraud and forgery. • Chadwick Todd Matney, 42, Grundy, Va. Wanted for probation violation stemming from charge of forgery. • Christopher James Edwards, 37, Pounding Mill, Va. Wanted for failure to appear on charge of possession of narcotics with intent to distribute.: Google Alert – Fraud