Fmr. Mpls. Nonprofit CEO Sentenced To 4 Years For Fraud, Theft Of Public FundsThe former CEO of a Minneapolis nonprofit is sentenced to four years in federal prison for misusing the organization's money.
Leader Of Defunct Nonprofit Pleads Guilty To Fraud ChargesThe executive of a now-defunct nonprofit has pleaded guilty to multiple federal fraud charges.
Liquidation Of Troubled Charity Nears EndAfter a year of dismantling, negotiating and legal pressuring, a politically connected Minneapolis nonprofit formed to serve the poor is closer to being wound down and entities stung by widely documented misspending are recouping at least some of their losses.
Court Document: Minn. Sen. Hayden Owes For Nonprofit ExpensesTravel expense claims submitted by a Democratic state senator and his wife have come under scrutiny from a court-appointed receiver examining the finances of a Minneapolis nonprofit group that was shut down last year. Roughly $3,400 in conference travel expenses paid to state Sen. Jeff Hayden and wife Theresa by Community Action of Minneapolis have been flagged as improper in a court document filed Thursday
Mpls. Officer & Father Accused Of Using Public Tax Dollars For Personal GainThe son and alleged co-conspirator of the man who headed Community Action Minneapolis made his initial appearance in federal court Friday.
Ex-CEO Of Minneapolis Nonprofit Indicted On Fraud ChargesThe former head of a Minnesota nonprofit and his son, a Minneapolis police officer, have been indicted on federal charges of conspiracy, fraud and theft.
MN Sen. Says He'll Resign From Community Action BoardA Minnesota senator said that he intends to resign from the Community Action Board after an audit revealed hundreds of thousands of dollars in grant money was used for things like tropical vacations. State Sen. Jeff Hayden also called on CEO Bill Davis to do the same.
DHS Wants Mpls. Community Action Group To Pay Back $600KMany towns have community action groups, which are non-profits that get funding to help people find work and keep warm in the winter. But is being questioned after an audit found hundreds of thousands of dollars in grant money was used for things like tropical vacations.