A southern New Jersey woman has admitted stealing about $40,000 in benefit money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency after major storms hit the state in recent years.
A hearing is scheduled in federal court in Philadelphia today in the case of defendant Chaka Fattah Jr., charged with fraud and tax evasion.
Rich covered all angles of the Ferguson grand jury decision not charging police officer Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown. He also talked to New Jersey Assemblyman Troy Singleton about a rape law he’s proposed and CBS 3 Meteorologist Kate Bilo about tomorrow’s storm.
Philadelphia police say Karen Benitez, also known as Karen Garcia, claimed she was a job recruiter for US Airways. She charged applicants $200 each.
Lower Township Police are investigating a suspicious phone call where a male impersonated a police officer and tried to obtain another man’s credit card information.
Marie Bontigao, who operated an “Exit Realty” franchise with locations in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware, is charged with operating a Ponzi scheme.
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“Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice is headed to prison.
The former television sportscaster admitted that he ripped off charities and individuals by offering to sell them sports travel packages to big games and then failing to deliver the merchandise.
Tollefson pleaded guilty to theft and related charges for stealing, according to prosecutors, more than $300,000 from more than 200 people.
For 3½ years, prosecutors say, Ross Rabelow operated American Comfort, selling home care contracts to elderly residents who wanted to remain in their homes.
Rosanna Rodriguez, of Middlesex, pleaded guilty Monday to conspiracy to defraud the United States. She faces up to five years in prison when she’s sentenced Jan. 12.
Fraudsters are aware that the people most likely to fall victim to fraud are those who have already been the victim of fraud.
Sheriff Russell Bono says at least one victim has reported a loss of $600.
Matthew Amato has admitted he made false statements for bank loans in order to benefit Fattah Jr.