Some South Florida people having trouble making ends meet may find it tougher to put together meals for their family, after someone stole a refrigerated delivery truck and other items from a South Florida food bank.
Boynton Beach Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who they said used stolen credit cards to buy more than $2,200 in electronics from Target.
This is the story of an expensive laptop, an aspiring rapper and a software program called Hidden.
Approximately $1 million in equipment is missing from a South Florida school district’s bus department, according to auditors. Missing items include computers, laptops and other equipment purchased by the department.
The federal government says Florida is number two in the nation for identity theft complaints. Now a CBS4 I-Team investigation has uncovered a new trend among thieves, involving your kids and grandkids.
Mortgage fraud. It’s a growing crime that federal prosecutors now say costs taxpayers, legitimate homeowners and banks billions of dollars every year. The fraud has become so bad that experts say it has driven up the cost of any loans you might need.
Police are investigating after a number of air conditioning units were targeted in a Pompano Beach area, and the thieves were after copper wire.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a woman who they say used stolen credit cards to buy more than $1,000 in item.
South Florida, once known as the illegal drug capital of the country has now earned another dubious distinction among those fighting crime. A distinction for a quieter, less violent crime, but one that’s become just as costly as the drug trade.
We’re talking about Medicare fraud.
A CBS4 I-Team investigation into your safety exposed a dirty secret about airline travel. You may think when you drop off your luggage and it goes through security, it’s secure. I-Team investigator Stephen Stock uncovered just how wrong you’d be.