A 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.
Clone 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.
The lead defendant in a federal securities fraud case in Kansas City is asking for a new trial because of juror misconduct.
Madison 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.
A traffic stop of a 62 year old woman leads police to $1.5 million in cash packed in 27 vacuum-sealed plastic bags.
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.
“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.
Edward Moskop pleaded guilty to mail fraud and money laundering charges.
ST. LOUIS (KMOX)-A more than year-long investigation into drug trafficking in north St. Louis’ Penrose Neighborhood, has led to federal drug, weapon and money laundering charges against 19 people, involved in three separate conspiracies.