Man Sentenced In IRS Impersonation ScamThe scam resulted in some $588,000 in wired funds taken from 547 people.
Feds: 5 Florida Men Defrauded Xerox Out Of $25MFederal prosecutors say five Florida men have been charged with defrauding Xerox out of $25 million in a scam involving the company's printers and toner.
Hartford Man Charged In Home Depot Return ScamAuthorities in Massachusetts have charged a Connecticut man they say swindled multiple Home Depot stores out of $50,000 in a return scam.
2 More Plead Guilty In Auto Insurance ScamTwo Norwich men have been convicted of staging car crashes to defraud insurance companies.
Bristol Woman Pleads Guilty In IRS Impersonation ScamA Connecticut woman has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge related to her involvement in an IRS impersonation scam that impacted more than 500 people between the U.S. and Canada.
Connecticut Man Gets 8 Years In 2 Fraud SchemesA Connecticut man has been sentenced to eight years in prison for his role in a pair of scams involving stolen postal money orders and luxury cars that together netted him and his co-conspirators more than $1.3 million.
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.
Police Chief Warns Of Scammer Pretending To Be HimGreenwich's police chief says someone is pretending to be him in an apparent attempt to scam area residents.
RAY DUNAWAY: BBB’s Tips to Avoid Getting Hurt by Cupid’s ArrowCon artists are using online dating sites and apps looking for money... not love. Learn what to look out for.
Avon Man Pleads Guilty In Soccer Stadium ScamA Connecticut developer has pleaded guilty to federal charges in a scam to pocket taxpayer dollars meant to redevelop a Hartford football stadium for professional soccer.
State Police Warn Of Service Area ScamsConnecticut State Police are warning travelers about a scam taking place at service areas along the state's highways.
Tennessee Man To Plead Guilty To Sandy Hook Charity FraudA Tennessee man has agreed to plead guilty to charges of stealing money from the charity he created to benefit the people of Newtown, Connecticut, following the December 2012 massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School.

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