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Texas Man Pleads Guilty to Mail Fraud

Marcus Brian Curry, 35, of Allen, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to federal mail fraud before United States Magistrate Judge Don D. Bush and admitted to devising a scheme that defrauded

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Former New Orleans Police Officers Sentenced for

Two former New Orleans Police Department narcotics detectives were sentenced on Thursday July 17th to eighteen months in prison for charges of federal wire fraud and theft. Rafael Dobard, 39,


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Paul John McMann, 54, was convicted after a jury trial on April 4th of three counts of wire fraud in connection with his defrauding several individuals in 2008. The Weston real estate developer was apprehended eight months ago after he was indicted on federal criminal charges. In October and November

John W. Hawkins pleaded guilty to a federal charge of mail fraud on February 21st and resigned from his position as Barbour County Sheriff.  Hawkins, 47, admitted to staging an automobile accident in April of 2013 in order to receive an insurance payment of nearly $8,300. Hawkins initially told the

Audrey Elaine Elrod, 45, officially entered her guilty plea in United States District court on Monday to one count of structuring transactions to avoid reporting requirements, and one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.  In doing so, Elrod admitted to stealing nearly $450,000 through a Nigerian wire fraud scheme

Mark R. Trump, a former branch manager for Walker Machinery, pleaded guilty to wire fraud on Wednesday in front of United States District Judge Irene C. Berger.  Trump admitted to taking approximately $90,000 in rental fees owed to the company for his personal use.  As a result of the fraud, the company

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