Criminal Wire Fraud Blog

North Alabama Doctor Sentenced for Health Care Fraud

United States District Judge Inge P. Johnson has sentenced Diana K. McCutcheon to one year and one day in prison on four counts of health care fraud and two counts of wire fraud. She also agreed to pay the same … Continue reading

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Louisiana Woman Accused of Wire Fraud in aftermath of BP Oil Spill

According to United States Attorney Dana J. Boente’s office, a Slidell woman pleaded guilty in a federal court to wire fraud on Friday April 19, 2013. Keishandra Houston, 36, admitted that she received money after wiring false earnings statements to … Continue reading

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Former National Guard Employee Faces Wire Fraud Charges

Angela Watson, a former employee for the Indiana National Guard, faces federal wire fraud charges after she allegedly stole more than $200,000 from United States Army funds.  Watson is accused of using her position as a National Guard program analyst … Continue reading

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Weston Entrepreneur Convicted of Wire Fraud

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 … Continue reading

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Frederick Business Owner Admits to Defrauding Charities

Stephen Lane Reid, Vice President of RMS Direct Inc., pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud in a United States District Court on Tuesday. Reid also owned 35 percent of the bulk mailing company in Frederick which … Continue reading

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