A Naugatuck woman faces sentencing for participating in a scheme to defraud Webster Bank and Bank of America of $6 million.
The U.S. Navy has reassigned three female submarine officers as the military investigates allegations they were involved in financial misconduct before reporting to their vessels, a spokeswoman said Friday.
An East Hartford woman has admitted stealing more than $180,000 in Social Security benefit payments that were made to her dead parents.
A controversial conservative activist could face jail time in New Hampshire for an Election Day stunt.
The first state worker to undergo a pre-termination hearing over her application for federal food assistance after Tropical Storm Irene appeared with her attorney on WTIC’s “State and Church” program Thursday.
Wallingford police say they’ve received dozens of complaints about fraudulent purchases made on debit card — even though the victims said they still had the cards.
The number of state employees being investigated for possible fraud in applications for federal food aid after Tropical Storm Irene now stands at 34.
The names of nine more state employees have been submitted to their agency heads for hearings on possible fraud in applying for federal food aid after Tropical Storm Irene.
Fifteen state employees suspected of fraudulently applying for federal food assistance after Tropical Storm Irene hit Connecticut have been referred for disciplinary proceedings.
State cracks down on contractor fraud