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Press Releases

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Four Individuals Indicted for Fraudulently Obtaining Pandemic Unemployment Benefits for Virginia Prison Inmates
CEO Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Multiple Federal Agencies
Former U.S. Government Employee Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy To Steal U.S. Government Records and Defraud U.S. Refugee Program
Three Foreign Nationals Charged with Conspiracy to Steal U.S. Government Records and Defraud U.S. Refugee Program
Serial Fraudster From Orlando Sentenced To More Than Six Years In Federal Prison
Former Acting Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Indicted on Theft of Government Property and Scheme to Defraud the United States Government
Two Maryland Men Facing Federal Indictment for Their Roles in a Scheme that Allegedly Stole Government Benefits, Including More Than $8 Million in Federal Emergency Assistance
Siskiyou County Man Charged with Major Fraud Against the United States for Taking FEMA Grant Funds
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces $5.3 Million Proposed Settlement Of Lawsuit Against New York City For Fraudulently Obtaining FEMA Funds Following Superstorm Sandy
Clay County Woman Pleads Guilty to FEMA Fraud
Former West Virginia Cabinet Secretary Sentenced to Federal Prison for Embezzling Fire Department Funds
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer Indicted on Charges of Theft and False Statements
Former Captain with Bristol County Sheriff’s Office Sentenced for Smuggling Profits to Portugal
Ambler, Pennsylvania Man Admits Defrauding FEMA Relating To Major Disaster
New York Man Pleads Guilty to Cyberstalking
Former Federal Agent Sentenced on Bribery and Fraud Charges
Staten Island Resident Pleads Guilty to Disaster Relief Fraud: Defendant Fraudulently Obtained More Than $750,000 from Relief Programs Intended for New York City Residents Displaced by Hurricane Sandy
Former Cabinet Secretary Pleads Guilty to Embezzling Fire Department Funds
St. Thomas Man Indicted for Disaster Fraud and Wire Fraud Stemming From Theft of FEMA Relief Money
Denham Springs Woman Indicted for Theft of Disaster Assistance Funds