A trio of Tampa men are facing federal charges based on allegations that they masqueraded as loan agents and representatives of the Internal Revenue Service in an effort at defrauding people over the phone.
Pasco County authorities say a Land O' Lakes elementary-school principal stole money from a 9-year-old student with special needs.
There are a wide range of state white collar crime charges here in Florida. One example is the charge of forgery.
Four Dallas-area individuals were convicted by a federal grand jury last week of defrauding Medicare after investigators say they billed over $3.7 million in fraudulent charges.
Five Tampa Bay-area pharmacists have been charged with defrauding the federal government and stealing from Medicaid, Medicare and Tricare, the military insurance program, by submitting fraudulent reimbursement requests for prescriptions never filled.
A Pennsylvania-based long-term care and rehabilitation hospital operator has agreed to pay over $13 million in fines to settle charges that it paid to obtain referrals for services and items covered by Medicare and Medicaid.
A Mississippi hospital has agreed to pay $1.1 million in fines to settle claims made by the Federal government that it billed Medicare for services that were not medically necessary nor reasonable.
A former Clearwater city employee was charged with defrauding the government of tens of thousands of dollars over several years in his position as a Parks and Recreation employee.
A Tampa man with a long history of mortgage fraud is again returning to long-term state custody after entering a plea of guilty to wire fraud.