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Number 9 Maryland Terrapins Takes On Number 20 Illinois Fighting Illini

With a record of 18 wins and 4 losses, the Maryland Terrapins have become a force to be reckoned with. They’re set to face off against the Fighting Illini which gave them... Read more »

Former Employees Of King Mini Mart In Chicago Charged For Conspiring To Sell Synthetic Cannabinoids

Chicago, Illinois – The U.S. Attorney’s Office today charged three individuals with federal drug offenses for allegedly conspiring to sell synthetic cannabinoids at a Chicago convenience store. Read more »
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Six Employees Of Center For Employment Training In Chicago Indicted For Swindling Federal Financial Aid Program

Chicago, Illinois – Six former employees of a non-profit Chicago post-secondary education institute schemed to enroll fake students in classes as part of a conspiracy to swindle federal financial aid programs out... Read more »

Owner Of Embeya Restaurant Indicted On Fraud Charges Related To Swindling Investors

Chicago, Illinois – A Chicago restaurateur was charged today with misappropriating funds and swindling investors in his West Loop eatery. Read more »

Former Vice President At Farmers National Bank Pleads Guilty To $500K Embezzlement Scheme

 Rock Island, Illinois – This morning, Paul Lindsey, 70, former vice president and trust officer at Farmers National Bank in Geneseo, Ill., admitted to embezzling nearly $500,000 from the bank. Appearing before... Read more »

Former Teller At Chicago Community Bank Gets 15-Month Prison Sentence For $180K Embezzlement Scheme

Chicago, Illinois – A former teller at a South Side bank has been sentenced to 15 months in federal prison for gradually embezzling approximately $180,000 in bank funds. Read more »

Owner Of Pagecomm Of Illinois Found Guilty Of Evading $800K Income Taxes

Chicago, Illinois – A north suburban businessman who operated a cellular telephone distributorship throughout Illinois and other Midwestern states has pleaded guilty to willfully failing to pay more than $800,000 in personal... Read more »

Former Employee Of Southern Illinois Healthcare Indicted On Wire And Mail Fraud

Illinois – Donald S. Boyce, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois, announced that yesterday, a federal grand jury in Benton, IL, returned an indictment charging Cary E. Mosley, 48,... Read more »

Former Manager Of F & W Lawn Care & Landscape Gets 3 ½ Years In Prison For Defrauding Employer Of $1M

Peoria, Illinois – U.S. District Judge Michael M. Mihm has sentenced a woman who defrauded her former employer, a Bloomington, Ill., landscaping business, of more than $1,000,000. Yesterday afternoon, Dec. 12, Judge... Read more »

Chicago Chiropractor Gets 20 Months In Prison For Billing Blue Cross Blue Shield For ‘Medically Unnecessary Treatment’

Chicago, Illinois – A chiropractor who owned several clinics in the north suburbs of Chicago has been sentenced to 20 months in federal prison for billing an insurance carrier for medically unnecessary... Read more »