A U.S. Bureau of Prisons spokesman said Diane Hathaway became eligible for home confinement Thursday.
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.
Dr. David Borlas said he spent six or seven hours on the phone, sorting it all out.
A Troy priest and his parish administrator were charged Wednesday with fraud and conspiracy in a scheme to steal nearly $700,000 from their church.
The government filed a lawsuit in Detroit federal court Monday to seize the Rev. Edward Belczak’s condo in Wellington, Florida.
Larry Fields admits that he and others took bar code stickers off items and placed them on goods that typically cost much more.
A Michigan woman who pleaded no contest to pulling off a cancer scam has been sentenced to one year in jail that will be served at the same time as another prison sentence.
“Basically they gave us free rein to take whatever was of any value …”
A judge has accepted a new plea deal from a Detroit-area financial manager who helped the government prosecute his partner in a real estate scheme that ended with nearly $50 million in losses.
A Farmington Hills man was swindled out of nearly four-thousand dollars by someone claiming to be with the IRS.