Mpls. Restaurant Responds To Credit Card Fraud ClaimsCustomers of a Minneapolis restaurant say they have been overcharged thousands of dollars. Since October, Linus Nyambu and others say the Blue Nile Restaurant has taken small amounts of money out of their accounts at a time -- which have added up to thousands in overdraws.
2 Men Charged With Credit Card Fraud After Stealing Almost $5.5KTwo men have been charged with identify theft and fraud after using fraudulent credit cards in nine metro area cities.
Charges: East Coast Couple Used Cloned Credit Cards In EaganA 20-year-old Maryland man and 24-year-old New York woman are accused of attempting to use stolen credit cards at a store in Eagan late last week, according to charges filed Tuesday in Dakota County Court.
Police: Suspects Used Multiple Stolen Cards At Rochester TargetThe Rochester Police Department is asking for the public's help after as many as three people are suspected of using stolen credit cards at Target stores in Rochester, Winona and Minneapolis.
Hastings Police Seek Suspects In Credit Card Fraud CaseHastings Police are looking for two suspects in connection with a credit card fraud case in the city, authorities said Tuesday.
Police Looking For Man In Credit Card Fraud CaseAuthorities are looking for a man they believed stole a credit and used it to make purchases at several Twin Cities stores, including the Best Buy in Richfield.
Police Looking For Couple In Credit Card Fraud CasePolice in Hastings are trying to identify a couple they believe is responsible for credit card fraud in Hastings and Wisconsin.
Archdiocese Dismisses Member Amid Credit Fraud CaseA member of the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul has been dismissed amid allegations of a scandal involving credit card fraud, the organization confirmed Wednesday night.
Man Accused Of Operating ID Theft Ring ArrestedA 55-year-old West St. Paul man was arrested Wednesday by the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office for his alleged involvement with a large-scale identity theft ring that included credit card fraud, theft and counterfeit checks.
Former Albert Lea City Manager Found GuiltyFormer Albert Lea City Manager Jim Norman says he plans to appeal a jury's guilty verdict on seven counts tied to misusing the city-issued credit card for personal purchases.