A federal judge has sentenced to five years in prison a Torrington man convicted of bank fraud and described by federal prosecutors as a “recidivist of the worst order.”
A Branforc art dealer has pleaded guilty to a federal charge stemming from the fraudulent sale of an imitation Marc Chagall lithograph.
The former owner of New London’s historic Lighthouse Inn is seeking to remain free while appealing her conviction on federal fraud charges.
A bank teller accused of stealing from the CD accounts of mostly elderly customers has pleaded guilty to bank fraud.
The state Supreme Court has ruled in an ex-NFL player’s case that Connecticut lawyers can’t be sued for fraud for their conduct in court cases because of a centuries-old legal doctrine.
New York City prosecutors say a woman has been charged with fraud for posing as the aunt of a Connecticut school shooting victim and soliciting donations.
Three executives of a Ridgefield-based hedge fund have been accused of lying to clients about the state of their investments in order to keep their business.
An accountant headed to prison for his role in defrauding Citizens Bank
Federal authorities have arrested two men from Rhode Island and New York in an alleged $20 million Medicaid fraud scheme involving dentists’ offices in Connecticut.
The U.S. Attorneys’ office says a Westport man has pleaded guilty to defrauding Citizens Bank out of nearly $7 million.