Rochester Hills Contractor Convicted In Embezzlement Of Postal Service FundsA suburban Detroit contractor has been convicted in the embezzlement of more than $1.2 million from the United States Postal Service.
AG Nessel: Detroit Woman Charged With Embezzling From Vulnerable AdultsMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced that a Detroit woman will face embezzlement charges for allegedly stealing money from her mother and brother while they lived in nursing homes.
Ex-Police Detective Faces Charges In Embezzlement CaseA former police detective in suburban Detroit faces charges in connection with the embezzlement of about $68,000 in forfeiture funds.
Howell Insurance Agent Accused Of Embezzling $375K From Clients Heads To Circuit CourtA Howell insurance agent who is accused of taking more than $375,000 of her clients’ money between 2015 and 2019 was recently bound over to circuit court on charges of embezzlement and conducting a criminal enterprise, among other felonies. 
Former Prosecutor Arraigned For Obstruction Of JusticeA former Macomb County prosecutor Eric Smith is charged in a kickback scheme to get money from his re-election account.
GM Cleared from Corruption By Federal ProsecutorsAs reported by the Detroit News, federal prosecutors told General Motors they would no longer be the target in their investigation of the United Auto Workers.
UAW Former President Charged With Embezzlement In Federal InvestigationFederal prosecutors say he embezzled more than $1 million from the auto worker's union. 
Michigan Mom Arrested, Charged With EmbezzlementPolice say Rikki Varieur stole more than $30,000 from the Wyandotte Warrior Hockey Association. 
Former Credit Union Teller Charged With Embezzlement After Allegedly Withdrawing $24K From Elderly CustomerA former teller at Michigan First Credit Union has been charged with two counts of Embezzlement from a Financial Institution – a 20-year felony – for allegedly withdrawing a total of $24,000 from the account of a 92-year-old customer. 
UAW Bolsters Financial Controls After Embezzlement ScandalThe United Auto Workers union has replaced its auditing firm, added four internal auditors and has hired a big accounting firm to study its financial controls in an effort to prevent embezzlement and bribery discovered in a federal probe of the union.
Former Jackson Investment Advisor Who Stole $700K From Clients Pleads No Contest To RacketeeringMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Tuesday a 70-year-old former Jackson-based investment advisor charged with stealing $700,000 from his clients pleaded no contest Friday to one felony count of Conducting a Criminal Enterprise (CCE) before Jackson County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Wilson. Robert Byrkit Morley, Jr., was originally charged with one count of CCE and 29 counts of felony embezzlement.