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Three indicted for fraud in Westchester stores

The indictment said that the conspiracy was carried out from June 13, 2018, through Aug. 14, 2019, and involved the theft of more than $50,000.

Substance abuse counselor in $230K settlement of False Claims Act charges

This case stemmed from a larger investigation of behavioral health services fraud.

Construction union officials indicted on racketeering, fraud and bribery charges

One of those indicted is James Cahill, president of the New York State Building & Construction Trades Council.

Bankruptcy attorney sentenced to 18 months for tax evasion

O'Reilly was ordered to pay the IRS a restitution of $801,969.

Bridgeport tax preparer sentenced to six months for fraudulent returns

Huitzil is required to report to prison on Nov. 30.

Bridgeport tax preparer pleads guilty to concocting fraudulent returns

Veronica Huitzil's actions resulted in a fraud totaling $898,665.

Fairfield dentist fined $1.7M in Medicaid fraud case

Attorney General William Tong accused the dentist of "preying on some of Connecticut's most vulnerable citizens."

Five charged in $500K merchandise thefts from Westchester retailers

Westchester County Police arrested five people Aug. 14 and charged them with stealing more than $500,000 worth of merchandise from TJ Maxx and other...

Medicaid fraud probes net Greenwich cop, Bridgeport business owner

Michael Mastronard is charged with fraudulently billing Medicaid while he was on-duty as a Greenwich police officer.

Xerox pays $235.9M to settle Medicaid fraud case

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said the settlement is the largest by the state for Medicaid-related claims.

Charter/Spectrum to pay record $174.2M fine for consumer fraud

As a result of a deal negotiated with New York Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood, the internet service provider will pay $62.5 million to about 700,000 active subscribers in the state.

Rockland investment adviser pleads guilty in $11M fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission then in turn charged Hector May and his daughter, Vania Bell, with running a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme.

Stamford man found guilty in surgical glove investment fraud scheme

Thomas J. Connerton began enticing investors in 2009 to finance his operation, including women he met through an online dating site.

Stamford ice skating rink manager sentenced to 21 months for defrauding...

Mark J. Zito pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud last December for bilking the Stamford Twin Rinks of more than $490,000 in fraudulent expenses.

Local pair indicted on metals trading fraud

Edward Bases and John Pacilio were each charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud affecting a financial institution and with commodities fraud.