Former GM of West County Honda Charged With FraudOver a two-year period, 42-year-old William Cafarella allegedly created false entries in the dealership's books.
East St. Louis Official Allegedly Spent Township Money on HimselfSupervisor Oliver Hamilton is charged with wire fraud.
Grand Jury Indicts Aaron Schock on Wire Fraud, Theft CountsThe 52-page indictment accuses Aaron Schock of spending $40,000 in government funds to redecorate his Washington office, including $5,000 on a chandelier, and asked the House to reimburse him for nearly $30,000 worth of camera equipment.
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.
Man Accused of Scheme Involving False InheritanceA St. Louis-area man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly lying about a multi-million dollar inheritance to obtain loans from individuals.
Former Boeing Procurement Officer Pleads Guilty to Federal Fraud ChargesFormer Boeing Procurement Officer Deon Anderson, 47, pleaded guilty to multiple counts of mail and wire fraud in connection with a bribery/kickback scheme.
Boeing Sub-Contractor Pleads Guilty to FraudWilliam Boozer pled guilty to wire fraud in connection with a bribery/kickback scheme involving Boeing military aircraft parts during November 2009 through February 2013.
Former WashU Investment Manager Charged with FraudDavid Shen of St. Louis faces two felony counts of computer fraud and one felony count of wire fraud.
Former Gov't Informant Charged with Wire FraudA Chicago real estate developer is facing federal charges after he allegedly stole $370,000 from a Chicago suburb.
Prosecutors: Man Posed as Soldier, Defrauded WomenAuthorities say a Nigerian man posed as an Afghanistan-based U.S. soldier in order to dupe women into wiring him thousands of dollars.
Former Boeing Employee Indicted on Bribery ChargesProsecutors say as a procurement officer, Deon Anderson of St. Louis allegedly took part in bribery & kickback schemes.
Former Prosecutor Says County FBI Probe Could Expand"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."