The trio wanted to buy the cocaine in South Mississippi and deliver it to a man in Detroit, investigators said.
A jury says the founder of Michigan-based Happy’s Pizza was withholding too much dough from the IRS.
A federal jury in Detroit has convicted the operator of an adult day care center and two home health care company owners in a $29 million Medicare fraud conspiracy.
The mother and daughter team set up a sham company and ran orders through it for books and supplies that the Detroit schools never received.
Forty-seven-year-old Timothy Cromer faces up to 15 years in prison when he’s sentenced.
Tax fraud turned out to be a family affair for a Detroit mother and her son.
The father and daughter duo flew into Detroit Metro Airport from Amman, Jordan.
A former Detroit Public Schools accountant and her daughter, a DPS teacher, have been convicted of fraud and money laundering.
The founder of a Detroit-area pizza chain is promising a vigorous defense to federal charges of conspiracy and tax crimes.
Federal authorities say a Teamsters official took cash while conspiring to make it appear that workers at a fruit-and-vegetable wholesaler belonged to the union.