A federal court in Minneapolis sentenced a 40-year-old Maplewood man Monday for taking more than $860,000 from accounts at various financial institutions, according to the Justice Department.
A 36-year-old man was sentenced to eight years in prison Thursday, marking the final sentence of seven suspects involved in a credit card skimming operation.
Police arrested a juvenile Thursday accused of selling fraudulent entertainment tickets in the Twin Cities.
A Minnesota-based energy company admits it defrauded investors of up to $7 million. Bixby Energy Systems Inc. in Ramsey entered an agreement with federal prosecutors Wednesday.
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A Minnesota man has acknowledged using a false name and social security number to receive treatment at a South Dakota hospital.
St. Cloud Police are warning of a fraud scam that has been affecting a number of people recently.
If you got something to eat at the Monticello McDonald’s on East 7th Street in July or August, police say your credit card information may have been compromised.
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Minnesota regulators are levying a $21,000 fine against a Republican political donor sought nationally for fraud.
A Minnesota filmmaker who pleaded guilty to defrauding the state in a scheme to misuse tax credits aimed at bringing movie makers to Iowa has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Three Florida men were indicted in Minneapolis Federal Court on Wednesday for fraudulently marketing a hedge fund’s investments in Petters Company, Inc.
A Twin Cities man with a prior fraud conviction has been indicted for running four investment scams that bilked investors out of more than $20 million.
A woman is accused of fraudulently obtaining welfare benefits from Minnesota while living in Wisconsin.
Christi Rowan, the wife of beleaguered auto mogul Denny Hecker, has been sentenced to 14 months in prison for stealing money that belonged to Hecker’s creditors.