Federal prosecutors in Philadelphia say that two hedge fund executives have been charged in a scheme that defrauded institutional investors of more than $300 million.
The mayor, his brother Ralphiel Mack and convicted sex offender Joseph Jo Jo Giorgianni entered not guilty pleas to extortion, bribery, conspiracy and mail fraud charges.
A federal grand jury has indicted the mayor of New Jersey’s capital city on corruption charges.
Lenny Dykstra could be sentenced to up to 20 years in his bankruptcy fraud case.
A former Philadelphia Housing Authority manager allegedly cheated the low-income housing agency for years.
A New Jersey woman plead guilty Thursday to using her deceased aunt’s identity to obtain access to credit card and deposit accounts, causing three backs to lose more than $30,000, according to authorities.
In April 2012, SEPTA contacted the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office after receiving what were reportedly multiple fraudulent personal injury claims.
Nine people have turned themselves in to face theft and fraud charges stemming from a minor bus accident last spring.
The victims thought they would be able to stay in their homes, paying rent, until they got back on their feet and were able to buy back the property. But they wound up losing their homes instead.
Police in Lansdale are searching for a suspect who stole a woman’s credit card and has made over $5,000 in purchases.
A former Philadelphia Housing Authority worker will spend more than four years in prison for extorting $25,000 in kickbacks from two contractors.
The attorney general’s office is bringing charges against two former caseworkers in a Delaware County welfare office for allegedly diverting state funds for their own use.
Prosecutor Chris Diviny says defendant John Baird, operating Christian Pilgrim Tours, offered trips to Christian pilgrimage sites, even promised an audience with the pope on one trip, but trips were cancelled and victims lost their money — over $400,000 in all.
This scam reportedly used phony documents to make illegal profits on overbuilt condos and a defendant who tried to murder a witness.
Summer is prime time for big concerts and big games. But not reading the fine print on a ticket, or getting caught up in a scam, can leave fans on the outside looking in. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some important advice for ticket buyers.