Indictment: 35 Trafficked Cigarettes, Synthetic DrugsThe indictment returned last week but announced Wednesday alleges the 35 defendants plotted for more than two years to buy contraband cigarettes in St. Louis and resell them in Illinois and New Jersey.
Two Arizona Women Jailed After Officers Find $500K in Vehicle Two Tuscon, Arizona women are in jail after a traffic stop that led to significant money laundering charges.
Netflix Project Putting Lake of the Ozarks in the SpotlightJason Bateman and other stars have been toured around the Ozarks to get a feel for part of the show's setting.
Springfield Man Pleads Guilty to Investment Fraud SchemeA Springfield man pleaded guilty to an investment fraud scheme that cost three victims more than $1.1 million.
Owner of Fenton Payroll Service Company Sentenced on Fraud, Money Laundering ChargesBradley Ferguson, owner of Fenton-based Paymaster Business Solutions Inc., was sentenced to 54 months in prison on mail fraud and money laundering charges.
Mo. Man To Be Sentenced For Al-Qaida SupportA Kansas City businessman who pleaded guilty more than three years ago to providing financial support to al-Qaida is finally being sentenced in federal court.
Former Alberici Executive Pleads Guilty to Contractor FraudClone Oliver of Apollo Beach, Fla. pleaded guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to six counts of mail fraud, wire fraud and money laundering. He'll be sentenced in December.
Petro America Chief Seeks New Trial In Fraud CaseThe lead defendant in a federal securities fraud case in Kansas City is asking for a new trial because of juror misconduct.
Madison County IL to Get Large Sum of MoneyMadison County officials know what they'll do with their share of what they believe to be drug trafficking money seized during a traffic stop last weekend.
Police Find $1.5 Million During Traffic Stop in CollinsvilleA traffic stop of a 62 year old woman leads police to $1.5 million in cash packed in 27 vacuum-sealed plastic bags.
Trucking Firm Owners Convicted Of $924K Fraud The owners of a southwest Missouri trucking company have been convicted in a conspiracy that defrauded boat maker Tracker Marine of at least $924,000.
Supreme Court Strikes Down Ethics Law"Today's ruling leaves a significant hole in Missouri's ethics laws, and the General Assembly must move quickly to get a strong ethics bill on my desk," Governor Jay Nixon, a Democrat, said in a written statement.