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October 2017 Archives

County alleges employee committed white collar crimes for 9

Following a forensic audit, a 57-year-old Florida woman was fired from her job with the Okaloosa County's Water and Sewer Department in May. Although the investigation is ongoing, the woman was recently charged with various white collar crimes. According to the county's Inspector General, the audit revealed 83 billing irregularities that allegedly occurred from April 2008 through February this year, benefiting three contractors in the majority of the cases.

Driver accused of hit and run, DUI with children in car

The Florida Highway Patrol arrested a driver in Volusia County on a recent Tuesday. It was alleged that the man was involved in a hit-and-run incident. He was also accused of DUI with children in his vehicle. According to an official report, witnesses saw the man leaving the scene of an accident.

Drug crimes: 8-year-old found in company of alleged drug dealers

Convictions on any charges in Florida can have a severe impact on any person's life. If they are convicted, this might also be the case for a man and woman who were arrested on a recent Saturday night. The severity of their drug crimes accusations is exacerbated by the fact that they had an 8-year-old child with them when they were allegedly involved in a drug transaction.

Florida businessman facing investment fraud charges

A Florida based businessman, the founder of a private-equity firm, was recently arrested following allegations of investors being swindled out of $19 million over a 12-year period. Federal prosecutors say he faces investment fraud charges for allegedly conning investors into buying stock shares in companies that deal in insurance, gems and self-storage projects from Jan. 2005 through Sept. 2017. According to a federal affidavit, the defendant claimed he took no salary and guaranteed returns on investments.

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