The 38-year-old Marion Township man apologized in court “for not doing a good job.”
Two former Michigan State Police lieutenants and a civilian accomplice have been sentenced for their roles in an extensive property embezzlement scheme.
According to trial testimony, Eastom was the ringleader behind a group of then-employees who were stealing metals and selling them to a recycling center.
A 45-year-old Lapeer County woman is facing charges of swindling a Sterling Heights company out of more than $180,000.
The chief executive and bookkeeper of a nonprofit agency that coordinates workers compensation insurance have pleaded guilty to roles in a scheme to embezzle $2.6 million over 11 years.
Investigators say Luke Davis worked with two others to embezzle property and money seized from suspects.
A Michigan State Police lieutenant has reached a plea deal after being accused of stealing property seized during drug operations and other crimes.
Jerry Stage, 67, of New Hudson, and George Bauer, 55, of Commerce Township were charged with embezzling $2.6 million from the Compensation Advisory Organization of Michigan.
Police say they’re investigating whether a former law clerk in Warren illegally accepted a few hundred dollars in cash to “fix” a traffic ticket.
The former emergency manager for Highland Park has pleaded no contest to mishandling public money for receiving unauthorized payments from the impoverished Detroit enclave.