Victims Of Cancer Doctor Could Receive $4.1 Million In RepaymentDr. Farid Fata's victims can seek reimbursement for funeral costs, remedial health care and mental health care.
State Inspector Caught Golfing On Public Time Pleads GuiltyThe former-state elevator inspector must pay more than $11,000 in restitution.
Ex-Detroit Schools Administrator Pleads Guilty In $325K Kickback SchemeFlowers admitted to accepting checks, gift cards and personal services in the form of home repairs.
Detroit Schools Again Get Inspector General To Combat FraudThe move was ordered in wake of a federal investigation into bribery and kickbacks that ensnared a dozen principals and an administrator.
Multiple Detroit Principals In Line For Guilty Pleas In Federal ProbeThe U.S. Attorney's Office says 11 guilty pleas so far are scheduled in April and May.
Woman Wanted For Using Stolen Card In Macomb County [PHOTOS]She is possibly driving a gold, four-door Saturn sedan.
14 Face Federal Charges In $2.7 Million Detroit Schools Kickback SchemeCurrent and former principals allegedly received $908,510 in kickbacks, working with a vendor who got millions of dollars in business from DPS.
Prisoner, Daughter-In-Law Convicted In Social Security CaseThe scheme netted them roughly $250,000 between 2006 and 2015.
Grosse Pointe Park Woman Involved In Body Parts Dealing Scheme Pleads GuiltyElizabeth Rathburn struck a deal with prosecutors and pleaded guilty Monday to wire fraud. She didn't disclose that remains provided for a 2012 meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists had tested positive for hepatitis B and HIV.
Grosse Pointe Park Couple Indicted In Body Parts Dealing Scheme“The alleged conduct risked the health of medical students, dental students and baggage handlers.”
Fraud At Liberty Tax Service In Detroit? Justice Department Wants To Shut Down 5 OfficesThe Justice Departments says the returns filed from 2008 to 2013 have cost the U.S. Treasury about $4.5 million.
Mental Health CEO Who Hired Fortuneteller Gets PrisonThe head of a southwestern Michigan mental health agency has learned his future: at least 32 months in prison for using public money to hire a fortuneteller.