Crooked Baltimore City Transit Boss Guilty of Bribery Gets Off With Only One Year in Slammer

Robinson also admitted that he stole and sold bus shelters belonging to the City for $70,000. In 2011, Robinson arranged for Baltimore City to purchase 13 bus shelters from a Canadian company for $249,290. On multiple occasions from May 2013 to March 2014, Robinson said since the city did not keep track of the shelters, he planned to sell them for his personal benefit. On April 9, 2014, Robinson accepted $70,000, in return for the city’s bus shelters.

Brian Whitfield sent to slammer for 20 years and fined millions in fraud case

The evidence at trial also proved that Whitfield vastly underreported wages and taxes on Sommet’s quarterly employer tax return that he personally prepared and filed. Across six quarters from 2008—2010, Sommet paid more than $83 million in wages to its employees and the employees of its clients, but Whitfield reported less than $4 million in wages to the IRS, resulting in an underpayment of more than $20 million in taxes.

Fredericksburg Police Beat: Showing off gun at Verizon store sent 911 calls to cops; Charles Lynn get ride to slammer

6/3 12:30 p.m. Police responded to the area of the Verizon store in Central Park for reports of a man chasing and threatening another man with a gun. Officers and Fredericksburg Sheriff’s deputies were able to locate and detain the suspect in the parking lot, along with the weapon that the suspect had thrown to the ground when he saw police converging on the scene. The weapon was a pellet gun. Charles Lynn, 31, of Stafford was arrested on a charge of brandishing a firearm and incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail under no bond

Massive fraud admitted by Citicorp, JP Morgan Chase, Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland and UBS fines into billions

these traders also used their exclusive electronic chats to manipulate the euro-dollar exchange rate in other ways. Members of “The Cartel” manipulated the euro-dollar exchange rate by agreeing to withhold bids or offers for euros or dollars to avoid moving the exchange rate in a direction adverse to open positions held by co-conspirators. By agreeing not to buy or sell at certain times, the traders protected each other’s trading positions by withholding supply of or demand for currency and suppressing competition in the FX market

FBI offering $3 million to rat on cyber-rat Russian who fleeced victims for $100 million- this cat ought to be worth at least $10 million!

Bogachev, thought to be at large in Russia, has been under indictment in the United States in connection with his alleged role as administrator of the GameOver Zeus botnet, believed to be responsible for the theft of more than $100 million from businesses and consumers in the U.S. and around the world. GameOver Zeus was an extremely sophisticated type of malware designed specifically to steal banking and other credentials from the computers it infected by either secretly logging keystrokes for passwords or creating false webpages where victims would unwittingly enter banking information and passwords.