Owners Of Piney Point Pharmacy Facing Money Laundering And Health Care Fraud Charges

Houston, Texas – A man and woman from Houston are set to appear in federal court on charges related to health care fraud and money laundering, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick.... Read more »

Owner Of Acacia Pharma Distributors Pleads Guilty To Money Laundering

Houston, Texas – A Houston, Texas, man pleaded guilty today to conspiring to commit money laundering, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and... Read more »
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Two Houston Residents Sentenced For Robbing Tilak Jewelers

Dallas, Texas – Michael Cornelious, 27, and Larry Solomon, 43, both of Houston, Texas, were sentenced this week by U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade to lengthy prison sentences for their role in... Read more »

Two Men Plead Guilty To Mortgage Fraud Involving The Purchase Of Homes In Surfside And Houston

Houston, Texas – Two fraud conspirators have entered guilty pleas to participating in a mortgage fraud conspiracy that fraudulently obtained mortgage loans to purchase homes in Houston and Surfside, announced U.S. Attorney... Read more »

Houston Man Gets 150-Month Imprisonment For Role In Tilak Jewelry Robbery

Dallas, Texas – Terrence Lynn Thompson, 54, of Houston, Texas was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade to serve a total of 150 months in federal prison, following his guilty... Read more »

Former Houston Community College Gets 70 Months In Prison For Bribery Conviction

Houston, Texas – A former trustee with Houston Community College (HCC) has been ordered to federal prison following his conviction of bribery of a public official concerning programs receiving federal funds, announced... Read more »

Katy Couple Ordered To Pay $100K Restitution To Nanny In Relation To Enslavement Allegations

Houston, Texas – The Katy couple charged in relation to the enslavement of their nanny have been sentenced and ordered to pay more than $100,000 in restitution to the victim, announced Acting U.S.... Read more »

Houston Bounty Hunter And Girlfriend Charged In Connection With International Sex Trafficking Conspiracy

Houston, Texas – Two U.S. defendants are in custody on allegations of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking by force, fraud and coercion, as well as visa fraud, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Abe... Read more »

Direct Energy Confirms Layoffs, Up To 108 Maryland Jobs Reportedly Affected

Houston-based Direct Energy announced on Tuesday a layoff that would affect 108 employees in Columbia. The electricity and natural gas retailer is amid “changing its business model to move away from being... Read more »

Caroline Ragsdale Reutter, Founder Of Caroline’s Cakes Dies At 66

Caroline Ragsdale Reutter, 66, got her start baking cakes out of the basement of her Hillsmere home. The idea for her business came from her son’s 1982 christening luncheon, where her first... Read more »