Authorities Brace For Wave Of Hurricane-Related FraudAuthorities are bracing for a wave of fraud and other criminal activity set into motion by Harvey's punishing rains.
Avoiding Charity Scams In The Wake Of HarveyCrooks are known for sending fraudulent communications through email or social media and by creating phony websites designed to solicit contributions.
Harris County District Clerk 10-23-16Mike Meltser and Seth Payne from MAD Radio on Sports Radio 610 sit down with the Harris County District Clerk, Chris Daniel, to talk about a phone scam spreading through the country. They discuss what to look out for, and how to protect yourself.
Three Accused Of Stealing Passport Data To Set Up Fake Identities A contract worker for the Department of State and two other women are accused of stealing passport data in Texas and Georgia to set up fake identities.
Houston Couple Sentenced For $9M Health Care ScamA Houston businessman has been sentenced to five years in prison and his nurse wife faces home confinement in a $9 million health care billing scam.
Jordanian-Born Man In Texas Convicted Of Disability FraudA Jordanian-born man living in Texas has been convicted of disability fraud just months after a murder charge was dropped in the death of an Iranian student and activist.
Humble Woman Faces Up To 85 Years For Financial FraudCheryl Reed Johnson was convicted of conspiracy to commit bank, mail and wire fraud.
Six Indicted In Alleged Marriage Fraud SchemeSix people have been indicted in an alleged Houston marriage fraud scheme involving Nigerian nationals and efforts to bypass U.S. immigration laws.
Hospitals' Print Manager Accused In $10 Million ScamA suburban Houston man in charge of promotional printing services for Memorial Hermann Health Systems has been arrested on charges he defrauded the Houston-based hospital firm of nearly $10 million over 14 years.
Home Decorator Pleads Guilty To FraudFormer claims manager of Garden Ridge Pottery admitted to filing over two dozen false claims.
Nearly $900K Returned To Beaumont Schools After Finance Scam
Man Gets 5 Years For Computer Fraud A British citizen must serve five years in a U.S. prison and repay more than $13 million for discount fraud targeting computer maker Hewlett-Packard Co.