Imperial Valley News
Sacramento, California - Keon Jamar Nunnelly, 30, of Sacramento, was sentenced by United States District Judge John A. Mendez to 10 years and five months in prison, to be followed by a 10-year term of supervised release where he is required to register as a sex offender, for sex trafficking of a minor, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced.
Woodland Hills Men Charged with Running Ponzi Scheme Involving ATMs That Caused Investors to Lose More Than $100 Million
Los Angeles, California - Two San Fernando Valley men were charged today in a federal fraud case that alleges they ran a 15-year-long Ponzi scheme that collected hundreds of millions from investors who were told their money would be used to purchase profitable automated teller machines.
Criminal Charges Filed Against U.S. Citizen in Connection with a Multi-Million Dollar International Cyber Counterfeiting Scheme Based in Uganda
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - U.S. Attorney David J. Hickton for the Western District of Pennsylvania and U.S. Secret Service Special Agent in Charge Eric P. Zahren of the Pittsburgh Field Office today announced the filing of a criminal complaint in Pittsburgh charging a U.S. citizen with leading an international counterfeit currency operation headquartered in the Republic of Uganda.
Salt Lake City, Utah - A California investment manager was sentenced yesterday to serve 225 months in prison for orchestrating a $33 million Ponzi scheme resulting in $15.2 million in losses to investors.
CEO and Managing Director of U.S. Broker-Dealer Plead Guilty to Massive International Bribery Scheme
New York, New York - The former chief executive officer and former managing director of a U.S. broker-dealer (the Broker-Dealer), pleaded guilty to bribery charges arising from their scheme to pay bribes to Maria De Los Angeles Gonzalez De Hernandez, who was a senior official in Venezuela’s state economic development bank, Banco de Desarrollo Económico y Social de Venezuela (Bandes), in return for trading business that generated more than $60 million in commissions.
Owner of Dietary Supplement Company Pleads Guilty to Multi-Million Dollar Scheme to Adulterate Dietary Supplements
Washington, DC - The owner and president of a dietary supplement manufacturing company in Flanders, New Jersey, pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in relation to a scheme in which he directed the sale of diluted and adulterated dietary ingredients and supplements sold by his company, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.