State Lawmaker Pleads Guilty To Wire FraudState Rep. Reggie Fullwood pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts in a federal indictment a month before his re-election bid.
Ex-Bank Exec Pleads Guilty In $1.2 Billion Ponzi SchemeA former bank executive faces up to five years in prison for his role in the billion dollar Ponzi scheme masterminded by one-time Ft. Lauderdale attorney, Scott Rothstein.
Ex-Banker To Plead Guilty In $1.2B Rothstein Ponzi SchemeAn ex-banker in Florida is set to plead guilty for his role in a $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme run by ex-lawyer Scott Rothstein.
Former Dolphins CB Will Allen Indicted On 23 FeloniesFormer Miami Dolphins cornerback Will Allen is facing quite a bit of jail time after being indicted on 23 federal felonies.
Lauderdale Broker Pleads Guilty To Wire FraudOne of the founders of a Ft. Lauderdale commodities firm has pled guilty to wire fraud.
Second Miami-Dade Officer Accused In Fraud SchemeA second Miami-Dade police officer accused of taking part in fraud scheme involving credit repair businesses has gone before a judge.
Fmr. Florida Owner Of 50 Gas Stations Sentenced For Wire FraudA Florida man who owned as many as 50 gas stations has been sentenced to federal prison over his conviction for wire fraud.
Man Sentenced In Connection With International Fraud SchemeA 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.
Miami-Dade Officer Accused Of FraudA Miami-Dade police officer has been charged after he reportedly took part in a fraud scheme.
Mortgage Fraud Lands Former NFL Player In PrisonFormer 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.
Lauderdale Real Estate Broker Sentenced To Prison For FraudA Ft. Lauderdale real estate broker convicted of fraud has been sentenced to more than three years in federal prison.
Former TigerDirect President Accepts Plea Deal In Fraud CaseCarl Fiorentino, the former president of TigerDirect, accepted a guilty plea Tuesday for tax evasion and conspiracy to commit mail fraud.