Four Twin Cities residents pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court for stealing personal information from hundreds of people and using it to create fake documents and counterfeit checks that were passed at retail stores to purchase expensive merchandise, which was then returned to the stores for cash.
It was a beautiful July evening when Steve McCulloch, his brother and nephew decided to spend the night on McCulloch’s boat in the West Arm of Lake Minnetonka a little more than a week ago.
A 41-year-old man was sentenced to nearly six years in prison for stealing mail and using the identities of the victims to create bank accounts to obtain cash.
Prosecutors in La Crosse have filed new charges against a man who allegedly stole a camcorder and then filmed himself revealing his name, admitting to the theft and taunting police.
A Twin Cities nurse has been sentenced to a year in prison for stealing narcotics from patients.
The former vice president and branch manager of Star Bank in Bertha, Minn. admitted in federal court Monday to stealing $80,000 from the bank.
A former city clerk for Vermillion, Minn. has been sentenced for stealing thousands in funds to pay for personal expenses, according to the Dakota County Attorney’s Office.
A former nurse charged with stealing drugs from one of her surgery patients will serve no prison time, as part of a plea deal struck Thursday in Hennepin County Court.
A St. Cloud man has been indicted on a charge of stealing veterans’ benefits.
A Pennsylvania man convicted of stealing more than $900,000 from Minnesota-based Best Buy Co. has been sentenced to four years in federal prison.
A nursing assistant is accused of stealing pain patches from patients at a Fergus Falls nursing home.
A Hudson, Wis. Catholic priest has been put on administrative leave after accusations he took more $10,000 dollars in charity money for his personal use.
A Faribault man is accused of using his grandmother’s credit card to charge more than $10,000 at Wal-Mart, clothing stores, a hotel and other places.
An Edina Football Association board member is accused of stealing $75,000 from the organization.
Two people were arrested Thursday for stealing between $10,000 to $20,000 worth of stolen electronics and TVs from a company in Hudson, Wis.