A Wayzata couple has been found guilty of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from an office development project in Orono. Prosecutors say the swindle also played a role in the demise of First Commercial Bank of Bloomington, which loaned about $3 million before the project came to a halt in 2008.
A Lino Lakes man has been accused of swindling a Circle Pines lacrosse association as its treasurer for more than $35,000.
A Lakeville man pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to swindling more than $1.4 million in loans from multiple banks, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
Three New York men have been accused of swindling two Apple Stores in Minnesota out of $44,041.79, according to charges filed Monday.
An Eagan coach has been charged with six felony counts for allegedly swindling Independent School District 196 of nearly $30,000.
A 21-year-old man has been accused of contacting his former high school classmates and swindling them out of thousands of dollars, according to Dakota County Attorney’s Office.
Joleen Marie Hopkins was sentenced to 90 days in jail, 30 days of electronic home monitoring and five years probation in connection with the case.