A federal judge has sentenced a Flint store owner to four years, three months in prison for participating in a $612,000 food stamp fraud scheme.
Federal agents say a Detroit ex-convict has admitted creating phony U.S. Postal Service checks that were cashed for more than $100,000.
A federal jury has found a former River Rouge school official guilty of a bribery and mail fraud scheme that cost her suburban Detroit district $160,000.
A 68-year-old West Bloomfield man has pleaded guilty to conducting a Ponzi scheme that targeted senior citizens.
A former Grand Rapids stockbroker has been sentenced to nine years in federal prison for his role in a $6 million Ponzi scheme.
Two Japanese men have issued guilty pleas in a wide-ranging probe of price-fixing in the auto supply business.
Carmakers were forced to pay more for auto parts because a group of suppliers conspired to raise prices for more than a decade, the Justice Department said Thursday.
Former NBA player and Michigan State star Jay Vincent is asking a judge to keep him out of prison so he can repay victims of a fraud scheme.
A Canton Township man was among 26 people, including four doctors, indicted in a scheme to reap millions from Medicaid and the government’s five-year-old Medicare drug program.
A Detroit market and three people have been charged in a scheme to milk the food stamp program.