A North Texas physician who ran a now-closed hospital near Dallas has been convicted of conspiracy, identity theft and health care fraud.
A security contractor has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud a suburban North Texas school district out of millions of dollars. A U.S. Attorney’s statement issued Tuesday says Carol Ann LaRue has pleaded guilty to one conspiracy count.
Next time you head to the DMV lawmakers will want your finger prints on file before you can get your drivers license renewed.
A Social Security Administration worker is among four Arlington residents arrested and federally charged with conspiracy to defraud the Social Security Administration.
Two men were convicted on felony offenses related to their roles in a scheme to use stolen identity information to fraudulently obtain millions of dollars in tax refunds.
The University of Texas Center for Identity said that it is using $5 million in state money for a resource center that will allow Texans to better deal with ID theft and online fraud.
Two more North Texas residents have been sentenced to federal prison — one for 18 months and another for 27 months — in a bank loan fraud scam that started in 2007.
A father and son from Grand Prairie were convicted last October of running a $1.4 million Medicare billing scam. They must now each serve more than a decade in prison.
A man from DeSoto has pleaded guilty to fraud in a $5 million staged traffic accident scheme that has been going since 2005. He now faces up to 30 years in prison.
An employee of a financial firm pleaded guilty to wire fraud and has been sentenced to spend more than four years in prison for trying to embezzle nearly $1.3 million.
A lawyer from Allen was sentenced by a federal judge on Monday to seven months in prison and must repay more than $2.1 million for his role in a bank loan fraud scam.
A Dallas convenience store owner and manager are charged in a $1.9 million food stamp scheme.