“I’m completely outraged. I cannot believe that anyone would take advantage of any citizen, especially in the name of jury duty,” said Oakland County Chief Judge Nanci Grant.
A Detroit man is accused of using religion to gain the confidence of people with mortgage problems and steal more than $300,000.
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.
Sterling Heights police say a resident was scammed out of hundreds of dollars over the phone.
Federal prosecutors want a Detroit-area investment manager and his son to pay $44.5 million in restitution for a real-estate scheme that crashed during the recession.
The scammer tells the caller that there is a warrant for their arrest and to avoid being picked up by the police, they must pay a fine.
Kroger’s fraud investigators told police the man and another suspect are responsible for over $2,000 in fraudulent bottle returns.
Two conferences are coming to metro Detroit next week to help prevent theft and fraud against senior citizens.
Police in Battle Creek have advised a woman that she shouldn’t expect to see a monkey, or her money.