Cops: Man Found With $1,000 In Bogus Bills Outside MallA New York City man is facing charges after police say they found him with 10 bogus $100 bills outside a Connecticut mall.
Pastor Faces 60 Years In Prison For Fleecing 2 ParishionersThe former pastor of a Connecticut church has pleaded no contest to charges that he fleeced two parishioners out of a combined $400,000.
Investment Adviser Admits Defrauding ClientsPleads guilty to stealing more than $600,000
Scammers Steal $2M Farmington Payment To ContractorPolice say scammers from China stole a 2-million dollar payment that was supposed to go from the town of Farmington, to CH Nickerson, a company upgrading the town's sewage treatment plant.
Man Sentenced For Defrauding Sandy Hook CharityTennessee man aknowledged using donations for personal expenses
3 Charged In Cellphone Theft RingPolice say since May 24 122 fraudulent equipment orders , encompassing 360 devices has been shipped to the area
Man Charged With Illegally Collecting $8k In Unemployment
Doctor, Practice Agree To Pay $37k Over False ClaimsA Connecticut physician and the practice he founded have agreed to pay nearly $37,000 to settle allegations they submitted false claims to Medicare.
Wendy's Says More Than 1,000 Restaurants Affected By HackWendy's says hackers were able to steal customer's credit and debit card information at 1,025 of its U.S. restaurants, far more than it originally thought.
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.