The Drug Enforcement Administration is warning people about criminals posing as DEA against or police to scam citizens out of money.
An ex-Michigan funeral director, who received probation for mishandling $13,000 received for prepaid burials, is blaming his ex-wife for failing to put the cash into escrow.
Eight individuals were indicted by a federal grand jury in Detroit on charges relating to identity theft, United States Attorney Barbara L. McQuade announced Friday.
Could Jimmy Hoffa’s body be buried in your backyard? Likely not, but scam artists in Roseville would have you believe it.
Police say a Royal Oak resident was robbed as he talked to a man claiming to be a surveyor for the city.
Oakland County Sheriff’s investigators are looking to identify five suspects who made off with half a million dollars from multiple Metro Detroit bank and credit union ATMs.
Flint police says a man who thought he was paying a $500 deposit on a rental home he’d found online, instead was scammed by a woman who didn’t own the property.
Consumers Energy estimated that more than 2,300 of its customers have sought approximately $1 million as victims of a nationwide utility bill payment scam that surfaced in Michigan earlier this month.
Water and Sewerage officials in Detroit are warning customers about a scheme involving claims that a new federal program is available to pay their utility bills.
Two 31-year-old men have been arrested after police say they ran a scam at a local car dealership.
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