Criminal Wire Fraud Blog

Former New Orleans Police Officers Sentenced for Wire Fraud

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, and Quincy Jones, 33, have also been ordered by United … Continue reading

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Oklahoma Woman Sentenced for Defrauding Banks

The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Oklahoma has announced that Michelle Rena McIninch, 44, has been sentenced for wire fraud.  McIninch, who pleaded guilty to defrauding several banks in November 2013, will serve 5 months in … Continue reading

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Army National Guard Solider Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud and Bribery

Sergeant First Class Eduardo Ruesga-Larracilla, a United States Army National Guard soldier from San Antonio, has pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit bribery and wire fraud, and one count of bribery to a public official.  The charges … Continue reading

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Blue-jean Retailer Charged with Wire Fraud

Carolyn Marie Jones, 51, was arrested on Tuesday by Special Agents with the United States Secret Service and the Internal Revenue Service. She has been charged with federal wire fraud after allegedly using money from two Georgia investors for her … Continue reading

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Former Library Head Charged with Federal Wire Fraud

Scott Klingerman, the former interim director of the Walkertown-Lincoln Township Public Library, has been charged with 10 counts of federal wire fraud after he allegedly defrauded the library during his two year tenure.  The indictment accuses Klingerman of embezzling thousands … Continue reading

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Louisiana Man Sentenced for Wire Fraud

Gregory Martin Walker, who was charged with federal wire fraud in connection to movie tax schemes in Louisiana, was sentenced to 70 months in prison last Thursday by United States District Judge James J. Brady.  Walker must pay investors restitution … Continue reading

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Hollister Women Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

Briana Irene Roy, 38, of Hollister, California, entered a guilty plea in federal court last week to charges stemming from an employee embezzlement scheme that netted losses of over $200,000.  Roy pleaded guilty to a single count of federal wire … Continue reading

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Former Coca-Cola Executive Sentenced for Wire Fraud

Jeffrey David Shamp, a former Senior National Account Executive with the Coca-Cola Company, has been sentenced to 27 months in prison on charges that he siphoned over $400,000 from the Atlanta beverage company for his own personal use.  Shamp, 40, … Continue reading

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Virginia Man Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud and Money Laundering

Stephen Kohout, 56, of Williamsburg, pleaded guilty on Monday in federal court to charges of wire fraud and concealment money laundering.  Kohout faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 for the wire fraud charge.  Concealment money … Continue reading

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Michigan Business Owner Convicted of Wire Fraud

Roger Lee Andrews, the owner of a Marne pallet company, has been convicted of wire fraud after he bilked friends out of more than $1.8 million to fund his online stock trading.  After the verdict was reached on Thursday May … Continue reading

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