San Gabriel Lawyer Admits Running $50 Million Visa-Fraud ScamAuthorities say 35-year-old Victoria Chan pleaded guilty Monday to visa fraud, wire fraud and money laundering.
Report: $6 Million In Ebola Funds Stolen From Red Cross In Fraud Schemethe missing money was uncovered after the Red Cross looked at how the organization spent over $120 million gathered to fight Ebola
2 Women Nabbed On Fraud Charges For Raising Money For Dead Baby They Didn't HaveThe baby shown in the poster does not belong to either of the suspects, officials said.
2 Men Accused Of Defrauding In-N-Out For At Least $150KThe men could face up to 26 years and eight months in prison if convicted.
Police: CPA Defrauds Businesses Of Millions With Fake 'Tax Payments'A woman befriended, then ripped-off several small business owners in Orange County of millions of dollars, claiming she was a CPA.
Search Warrants Served In Connection With $50M Visa Fraud SchemeThe warrants were served at a business and two homes in the San Gabriel Valley.
Credit Card Thieves Tricking Innocent Pawns Into Delivering Stolen GoodsPolice say the thieves are shielding themselves by using unsuspecting middlemen to send out their stolen items.
Former HBO Employee Gets 30-Month Prison Sentence For Embezzling $1 MillionJennifer Choi, 39, of Valley Village, pleaded guilty in 2016 to a pair of wire fraud counts and one count of tax evasion.
Trump Attorneys Seek To Bar His Campaign Comments At TrialDonald Trump's lawyers don't want any statements he made during the presidential campaign mentioned in an upcoming civil trial over Trump University.
How To Avoid Becoming Victim Of Credit Card SkimmingExperts say skimming happens at ATM's and gas stations most often.
FBI: Fraud Fugitive Spotted Living, Doing Business In Los Angeles AreaA man found guilty of defrauding dozens of homeowners of more than $2.5 million in 2005 has been spotted in the Los Angeles area, FBI officials said.
San Fernando Valley Residents Sentenced In Medicare ScamTwo San Fernando Valley residents who submitted more than $1.8 million in fraudulent claims to Medicare -- almost entirely for medically unnecessary power wheelchairs -- were sentenced Tuesday.