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Vegas Man Sentenced for Defrauding New Jersey InvestorsFederal prosecutors in New Jersey say a Nevada man who defrauded investors out of more than $5 million has been sentenced to nearly seven years in prison.
Las Vegas Woman Sentenced For Foreclosure Rescue SchemeShe and two co-defendants operated a business known as National Prevention Center that defrauded homeowners using a foreclosure rescue scheme.
Color Contact Lens Shipper Pleads Guilty to CounterfeitingA Las Vegas man whose company, Candy Color Lenses, filled internet orders across the U.S. has admitted he illegally imported counterfeit contact lenses from Asia and sold them without a prescription.
Vegas Water District Purchasing Agent Indicted for FraudA former Las Vegas Valley Water District purchasing agent has pleaded not guilty to federal fraud charges alleging that she bought and shipped more than $6.7 million worth of printer supplies to a New Jersey company.
Former Church Treasurer Takes Deal in Fraud CaseA former church treasurer will be sentenced after pleading guilty in a $1.5 million fraud case.
Former Cleveland Browns Player Pleads Guilty To Fraud. Committed Crime To Pay Vegas DebtsRucker is 68 years old. He will be sentenced in May.
Mayweather, Pacquiao Lawsuits Sent To California Court
Bail Bond FraudLas Vegas police are looking into complaints about fraudulent bail bond services.
Nevada Psychic Arrested On Fraud Charge A northern Nevada psychic has been arrested on fraud charges after sheriff's deputies say she tried to dupe unsuspecting customers.
Suspended Attorney Gets Prison Time
Man Receives Medicaid Cards Despite Never Completing Obamacare EnrollmentA Nevada resident mistakenly received multiple Medicaid cards for himself and his son months after his information was automatically forwarded to state welfare services through the Nevada Health Link website – a mistake made worse because he never even completed enrollment.
Couple Apologizes For Fraud Against US In Newspaper AdA New Mexico couple is apologizing through a court-ordered newspaper ad for defrauding the U.S. Air Force.

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