Groton Man Charged In $5M Fraud SchemeGerald Kent, of Groton was ordered detained on Thursday on charges of wire fraud and aggravated identity theft.
Connecticut Judicial Marshal Faces ID Theft ChargeA state judicial marshal assigned to Waterbury Superior Court has been charged with bilking an 86-year-old Torrington man out of thousands of dollars.
Woman Charged With Using Stolen Credit CardA Manchester woman faces charges after South Windsor police say she was caught using a stolen credit card.
State Resumes Issuing Tax Refunds -- With Extra PrecautionsSome Connecticut taxpayers who asked for their refunds by direct deposit or debit card will be receiving paper checks, instead.
Petition Aims To Stop Medicare's Use Of Social Security NumbersFind out how to be part of Clark Howard's petition aimed at reducing the problem of identity theft.
Police Arrest Man On Forgery, Identity Theft Charges
Three Barnes & Noble Stores In State Were Victims Of Data BreachThree Barnes & Noble stores in Connecticut were among 63 nationwide whose credit card swipe devices were targeted in what the company says was a "sophisticated criminal effort."
Defendant Found Guilty In Movie Theater/Credit Card Theft SchemeA federal court jury in Hartford has found a Pennsylvania man guilty of credit card fraid and identity theft in a scheme involving movie theaters in Connecticut.
22-Year Sentence In Multi-State Identity Theft SchemeA federal judge in Connecticut has sentenced a Florida man to 22 years in prison for participating in what authorities say was a multi-state identity theft scheme in which he and another man targeted purses in cars.
Hartford Sentencing In Identity Theft CaseA Florida man faces sentencing in Hartford this week for participating in what federal authorities say was an extensive identity theft scheme in which he and another man targeted purses in cars.
Data Breach At Community CollegeNames, social security numbers, and birth dates of 87,000 students and staff were exposed.
Data Breach At CCSU Central Connecticut State University says personal information on more than 18-thousand present and former employees may have been exposed by a recent computer virus.