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Miami Dolphins cornerback Will Allen before the NFL match up between the Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars at Dolphin Stadium in Miami, Florida on December 3, 2006. (Source: Allen Kee/Getty Images)

Former Dolphins CB Will Allen Indicted On 23 Felonies

Former Miami Dolphins cornerback Will Allen is facing quite a bit of jail time after being indicted on 23 federal felonies.


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Lauderdale Broker Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud

One of the founders of a Ft. Lauderdale commodities firm has pled guilty to wire fraud.


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Second Miami-Dade Officer Accused In Fraud Scheme

A second Miami-Dade police officer accused of taking part in fraud scheme involving credit repair businesses has gone before a judge.


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Fmr. Florida Owner Of 50 Gas Stations Sentenced For Wire Fraud

A Florida man who owned as many as 50 gas stations has been sentenced to federal prison over his conviction for wire fraud.


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Man Sentenced In Connection With International Fraud Scheme

A 26-year-old Fort Lauderdale man has been sentenced to almost six years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for his role in a fraudulent international lottery scheme.


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Miami-Dade Officer Accused Of Fraud

A Miami-Dade police officer has been charged after he reportedly took part in a fraud scheme.


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Mortgage Fraud Lands Former NFL Player In Prison

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Jeffrey Charles Leroy Taylor was sentenced to three years in prison for his role in a South Florida-­based $7 million mortgage fraud scheme, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.


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Lauderdale Real Estate Broker Sentenced To Prison For Fraud

A Ft. Lauderdale real estate broker convicted of fraud has been sentenced to more than three years in federal prison.


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Former TigerDirect President Accepts Plea Deal In Fraud Case

Carl Fiorentino, the former president of TigerDirect, accepted a guilty plea Tuesday for tax evasion and conspiracy to commit mail fraud.


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Broker Pleads Guilty To Rothstein Ponzi Scheme

A South Florida broker faces up to five years in prison for his part in Scott Rothstein’s $1.2 billion Ponzi Scheme.