Fraud

Ex-Dallas Securities Broker Gets 3 Years In Prison For FraudA former North Texas securities broker who falsely promised double-your-money deals to some investors must serve three years in prison for fraud.
Plano Purse & ID Thief Racking Up Thousands In ChargesA lot of North Texans are starting to get those holiday bills. But some are getting hit with bills a lot higher than expected because of a fraud scheme Plano police are investigating.
TABC Regulators Warning Against Extortion ScamInvestigators with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission along with the U.S. Postal Inspector are working to identify the culprits behind a suspected extortion scam involving several TABC-licensed businesses.
North Texas Man Gets 7 Years In Oil, Gas Investment Scam A North Texas man who ran an oil and gas investment scam has been sentenced to seven years in prison and must repay nearly $8.8 million.
28 Charged In North Texas Workers' Compensation Fraud CaseMore than two dozen people face charges in a $9.5 million workers' compensation bogus billing investigation in North Texas.
Brothers Convicted In Dallas-Area Visa Fraud CaseThe offenses stem from a conspiracy to commit visa fraud to secure a low-cost workforce, prosecutors say.
Woman Wanted For Fraud; Charged More Than $8,000The crime happened at or near NorthPark Center in August.
North Texas Man Sentenced To 17+ Years For Fictional Disney SchemeThomas W. Lucas, Jr. defrauded approximately 280 investors out of around $20 million by telling them he had insider information regarding a Walt Disney resort and theme parks planned for North Texas.
Former IRS Worker In Texas Sentenced For Fraud, ID TheftA former IRS employee in Texas has been sentenced to two years and a day in prison for stealing personal data to file more than 50 bogus tax returns.
2nd Texas Man Gets Prison For IRS-Related Identity FraudA North Texas man has been sentenced to nearly eight years in a U.S. prison for a tax returns scam involving forged United Kingdom passports.
Attorney General Paxton Poll Numbers Call For His ResignationFacing three felony securities fraud charges, the pressure on Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to resign appears to be on the rise.
Texas Governor: Indicted AG Paxton Innocent Until Proven GuiltyTexas Governor Greg Abbott says he hasn't spoken with indicted Attorney General Ken Paxton since the state's top lawyer was booked earlier this month on securities fraud charges.

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