U.S. Attorney’s Office News

Texas Man Sentenced to 58 Months in Prison for Stolen Credit Card Numbers

A Texas man who stole more than a thousand credit and debit card numbers was sentenced today to 58 months in federal prison, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas said Tuesday. Odis Edwards, 40, of Lewisville, …

Claims Examiner’s Scam Allegedly Cost California Health Care Provider $7 Million

A former senior claims examiner for the Kaiser Permanente health plan in California was booked into jail last week on a mail fraud charge stemming from $7 million in invoices that he approved from five private investigation firms. Federal prosecutors …

Jury Convicts 2 Romanians in Malware Scheme that Infected 400,000 Computers

A federal jury on Thursday convicted two Bucharest, Romania, residents of 21 counts related to their scheme to infect victim computers with malware in order to steal credit card and other information to sell on dark market websites, mine cryptocurrency …

Manager for Insulation Contractor Pleads Guilty in Bid-Rigging Scheme

A branch manager for an insulation contractor pleaded guilty Monday for his role in schemes to rig bids and engage in fraud on insulation installation contracts, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for Connecticut announced. Gary DeVoe of Bethlehem, Connecticut entered a …

Work Comp Fraudster Must Repay $246K, Spend Seven Months in Prison

A Cleveland-area man was sentenced to seven months in prison Wednesday and ordered to repay nearly $246,000 in disability benefits he fraudulently received from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and the Social Security Administration, the BWC said Friday. Louis …