Former Bank President David Harris Lavine Sentenced to Federal Prison for Bank Fraud of His Bank and Tax Evasion

Former Bank President David Lavine Sentenced to Federal Prison for Bank Fraud of His Bank and Tax Evasion Fraudulently Skimmed Almost Half a Million Dollars from Refinanced Loans Baltimore, Maryland – U.S. District Judge Richard D. Bennett sentenced David Harris Lavine,  58, of Rockville, Maryland, today to three years in federal prison, followed by two years […]

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BALTIMORE’S CROOKED COPS / Two pleaded guilty, more indictments and more charges for the alleged crooked cops already facing time in federal slammer

One plea agreement reveals new details about the overtime fraud and how it was done, saying: “The practice at the (Gun Trace Task Force) was that if a subset of the GTTF had a gun arrest, all members of the GTTF, regardless of whether they had actually participated in the arrest, would submit individual overtime reports as if they did.

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NIH Grand Theft: Christopher Dame admits fleecing government for his own online supply biz; Terard Ansor sentenced to slammer for heroin distribution

Dame admitted that from January 3, 2013, through January 12, 2017, he regularly stole medical research equipment, photography equipment, and printing supplies belonging to NIH, and sold such items through an e-commerce corporation, enriching himself. He also deceived his colleagues into purchasing surplus ink for NIH, with the intent to ultimately steal the ink and sell it online

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