A corporate official in Cabarrus County was recently arrested for felony tax crimes. The North Carolina woman is accused of aiding and abetting her corporation to misappropriate over half a million dollars in taxes for the personal use of the company. She faces three embezzlement charges for her alleged white collar crimes.
A woman who supposedly created fake personas for herself in order to conceal her identity has been arrested. The North Carolina resident faces many charges, including fraud, for supposedly scamming several people for money. The 39-year-old is likely now focused on planning her criminal defense against these accusations.
A woman was arrested and is now facing accusations of running an insurance fraud scheme. The woman supposedly falsely obtained thousands of dollars from property rental insurance premiums that should have been given to the insurance company. She faces charges of embezzlement and falsely obtaining property, and she was taken into custody in North Carolina.
State representative Deb McManus has recently been arrested after allegations of felony tax charges. North Carolina police suspect that McManus embezzled nearly $50,000 from the state by withholding individual income taxes. She faces multiple counts of embezzlement for her alleged white collar crimes.
When a company contracts with the government it is important the company is in compliance with all applicable laws. If a business fails to do this it can find itself in serious criminal troubles. This could result in large fines as well as time behind bars. One North Carolina company seems to have failed to do this when it was recently charged with fraud against the government.
A piece of legislation currently in front of the North Carolina Senate could change the way that white collar crimes are investigated. If this is passed, prosecutors would now have the ability to investigate white collar crimes by convening a grand jury. Public corruption cases would also fall under this proposal.
Programs such as Medicaid have been put in place to help those who are less fortunate than others due to economic status or health. The program has been massively beneficial for people who are provided necessary medical care under the system. However, as administrators in Charlotte have learned, the program is vulnerable to fraud and the potential wasting of millions of taxpayer dollars.
A strange white collar crime case is making headlines in North Carolina. A woman in nearby Newton has been accused of issuing driver's licenses to residents who were not qualified to have them. She is facing several white collar crime charges as a result.
A mortgage broker imprisoned for fraud is requesting his sentence be vacated due to improper court procedures and allegedly bad advice. The man was sentenced to serve 19 years in prison for mortgage fraud, which happened to be one of the longest sentences ever handed down in the Charlotte area for this type of crime. The man is requesting his sentencing be dismissed, set aside or corrected.