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From hard time to high times: Cannabis growing facility proposed for...

When Mid-Hudson Correctional Facility closed in 2011, it freed up 740 acres of prime property that its host community, Warwick, readily bought for $3.1...

Westport man sentenced for defrauding investors, lying to SEC

Barton Stuck is scheduled to report to prison on June 24.

Bankruptcy attorney sentenced to 18 months for tax evasion

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

ConCreates helps unlock creativity in prison

Prison is hardly thought of as a breeding ground for advertising and marketing creativity, yet viewers of June 11 webinar presented by Westfair Communications...

Rockland County lawyer sentenced to four months in mortgage fraud scam

The total amount of the mortgages involved in the fraud was $4.8 million.

Ex-Shelton bookkeeper sentenced to prison for embezzlement

Over a six-year period, Miriam Dubay forged 168 separate checks totaling $239,851.68 and either cashed them or deposited them in her personal bank account.

Weston doctor sentenced to six months on insider trading charges

Edward J. Kosinski, a former cardiologist at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport, used insider information to benefit when a pharmaceutical firm's stock price sank.

Ex-BLT employee sentenced in kickback scheme

Javed Choudhry received between $250,000 and $500,000 in cash kickbacks from construction contractors over a three-year period.

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.

CT’s prison population falls to 14-year low

The annual total number of reported crimes in Connecticut has dropped 26 percent compared to 2008. The total number of statewide arrests has dropped 29 percent compared to 2008 and is down 10 percent this year compared to last year.

Former Stamford real estate developer sentenced to 85 months for defrauding...

John DiMenna, a 75-year-old former Stamford-based real estate developer, was sentenced to 85 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, on federal charges of defrauding investors and lenders.

Rockland Ponzi schemer gets prison term

A self-employed Rockland accountant was sentenced to three years in federal prison for bilking friends and clients of $6 million in a Ponzi scheme.