6 Connecticut Men Charged With Staging Car CrashesFederal prosecutors say six Connecticut residents have been charged with staging car crashes so they could make fraudulent insurance claims.
Ex-Connecticut Man Gets Year In Prison For Solar Panel FraudA former Connecticut man who pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining more than $9 million from a federal economic stimulus program intended for alternate energy projects has been sentenced to more than a year in prison.
Hartford Insurance Agent Gets More Than 6 Years In PrisonA Connecticut insurance agent authorities say defrauded a specialty lender, insurance carriers, the city of Hartford and the state of Connecticut out of more than $2 million to fund a lavish lifestyle has been sentenced to more than six years in prison.
Ex-Connecticut Man Pleads Guilty In Investment Fraud SchemeA former Connecticut man has pleaded guilty to federal charges related to a scheme to defraud investors of more than $1.3 million.
Former Glastonbury Man Pleads Guilty In Solar Panel SchemeA former Connecticut resident has pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining more than $9 million from a federal economic stimulus program meant to boost alternate energy sources.
Tate George Back In Court For Fraud SentencingFormer NBA player and University of Connecticut star Tate George is in federal court in New Jersey for a sentencing hearing on fraud charges connected to an alleged Ponzi scheme.
Connecticut Launches New Website To Fight Fraud
Guilty Plea In Payroll Fraud
Man Charged With Swindling Investors, Including Veterans
Woman Charged With Fraudulent Returns
FEMA To Give Review Opportunity To Superstorm Sandy Victims
IRS Says Phone Scam This Year Is Largest EverPolice in a number of Connecticut communities report receiving calls from residents of their towns who have received calls purporting to be from the Internal Revenue Service in what the agency says is the largest scam of its kind in the history of the IRS.