A Chicago real estate developer is facing federal charges after he allegedly stole $370,000 from a Chicago suburb.
Authorities say a Nigerian man posed as an Afghanistan-based U.S. soldier in order to dupe women into wiring him thousands of dollars.
Prosecutors say as a procurement officer, Deon Anderson of St. Louis allegedly took part in bribery & kickback schemes.
“Once the agents have a real interest and time expended in a case, it’s tough to just walk away. They’re terriers. It’s tough. They’re going to grab a hold of your pants and not let go.”
According to federal prosecutors, Richard Saddler, 43, the former owner of Omicron Capital LLC, spent roughly $250,000 of customer funds on personal expenses.
A central Kansas woman has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $211,000 from a feedlot where she worked to pay off losses from her own cattle trading.
The lead defendant in a federal securities fraud case in Kansas City is asking for a new trial because of juror misconduct.
A suburban Kansas City couple could lose their two hotels and their bank accounts and spend decades in federal prison if they’re found guilty of knowingly employing illegal immigrants over the last four years, a federal prosecutor said.
Eighty-one-old Harold Rosen of Clayton, Mo., also must pay more than $66,000 in restitution to East St. Louis
Eric Engle was indicted on one count of wire fraud involving his scheme to defraud his employer of approximately $342,430.