7 Sent To Prison In Florida For Multimillion-Dollar Fraud SchemeMore than 400 victims have been identified by investigators.
Man Who Fired Over 100 Shots On Palmetto Expressway Sentenced To 18 YearsLast year the Palmetto Expressway was shut down for hours while police investigated a shooting.
Appeals Court Rules 55 Years Is Not A Life SentenceNearly six years after a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling about life sentences for juvenile felons, a Florida appeals court said Monday that a potential 55-year prison term does not equate to a life sentence.
Florida Gov. & Cabinet Reduce Prison SentencesFlorida Governor Ricks Scott along with cabinet members trimmed down sentences for two men already in prison.
Man Sentenced To 10 Years For Mortgage Fraud SchemeA developer who "flipped" houses throughout Florida has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for what prosecutors say was a mortgage fraud scheme.
Teen Armed Robber Sentenced To 56 Years In PrisonA 19-year-old South Florida man who pleaded guilty to a string of violent armed robberies will not get out of jail before he is in his 70s.
Man Sentenced For Concealing Jewelry During Rothstein Investigation It will be 10 months in prison for a South Florida man after pleading guilty to charges that he helped conceal jewelry from investigators seizing assets in ex-lawyer Scott Rothstein's $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme.
Man Convicted In $25 Million Bullion SchemeA North Carolina man was convicted by a South Florida jury of operating fraudulent precious metals investment businesses that took $25 million from investors.
Former Sweetwater Mayor Surrenders To Begin Prison SentenceFormer Sweetwater Mayor Manny Maroño has turned himself in to begin his prison sentence.
Fmr. South Florida Senator Begins Serving Prison TimeFormer Florida Senator Mandy Dawson, who once represented parts of South Florida, was a little late turning herself in to prison officials in Tallahassee to serve out her sentence for tax evasion.
Woman Gets 35 Years In Jail For Medicare FraudA Miami woman will spend the next 35 years in prison for taking part in a more than $200 million Medicare fraud scam that targeted mental health centers.