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MOSCOW — One of Russia’s most prominent opposition leaders went on trial Wednesday, proclaiming his innocence but predicting that the case will lead to a lifetime ban on his participation in Russian electoral politics. “Any independent...
Tags: Politics, International Law, Geography, Civil Rights, Elections
PRINCETON, Ind. (AP) — A former volunteer with a southwestern Indiana program that provides meals to low-income children is facing charges that she embezzled more than $13,000 from the state-funded program. Fifty-one-year-old Deborah Wolfe of...
Tags: Corporate Crime
The City Council appears determined to appoint a replacement to seat left vacant by Rafi Manoukian, who was recently elected city treasurer instead of scheduling an immediate special election, even as they admit the latter option is the preference of...
Officials plan to ask six former mayors — including John Drayman, who was indicted on embezzlement charges last year — if they would be open to filling the City Council seat left vacant by Rafi Manoukian, who was recently elected to the city...
Tags: Politics, Local Elections, Corporate Crime, Voting, Elections
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A woman has been sentenced on federal embezzlement charges after admitting that she stole $874,000 from Northwestern Bank branches in Ludington. The Muskegon Chronicle reports a judge on Wednesday sentenced Stacy Ahlgren...
Tags: Theft, Punishment, Corporate Crime
A couple has been arrested for allegedly embezzling thousands of dollars from a youth soccer club near Sacramento. While serving as treasurer of the Roseville Youth Soccer Club, Heather Sanford of Carmichael, Calif., wrote checks to her husband,...
Tags: Sports, Corporate Crime, Soccer
A former elected officer of the Heipa/Veblen District of the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Oyate who, with others, stole nearly $350,000 from the district was sentenced Tuesday to 33 months in federal prison. Charlene Wanna, 61, was also chided by federal...
The Hartford CourantCindy Lovell calls herself a "Twainiac," because she's so crazy about Mark Twain. She's felt that way since she was a fourth-grader, when her teacher read the fence-whitewashing chapter of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" to the class. "I was the oldest...
PIERRE - Gregory Farmers Elevator Company saw its grain-buyer and grain-warehouses licenses suspended morning of March 29 by the state Public Utilities Commission. Commissioners voted 3-0 to suspend the licenses effective immediately. Commissioner Chris...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Martinsburg man is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from his disabled brother in the last five years, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court records. Kenneth Leroy Bivens, 55, of 6 Midnoon Drive, was arraigned Thursday by Magistrate...
MEXICO CITY — In an unusual legal action against the world's richest man, Mexico is suing the telecommunications giant Telmex for charging allegedly illegal fees that were tacked on to what are already some of the highest phone rates among developed...
Tags: Consumers, National Government, Litigation, Politics, Government
Gregory Farmers Elevator Company saw its grain-buyer and grain-warehouses licenses suspended Friday morning by the state Public Utilities Commission. Commissioners voted 3-0 to suspend effective immediately. Commissioner Chris Nelson said it’s...
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