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Posts Tagged ‘fraud’

Berthoud Police Blotter: September 2015

Berthoud Police Blotter: September 2015

Provided by James Anderson Patrol Sergeant: Berthoud Squad Tuesday, September 1 Alarm Call: 800 block of Mountain Avenue, Deputies responded to a bank alarm. Alarm was set off accidently by employees Juvenile Problems: 800 and 900 block of Welch Avenue, Deputy talked with residents on Welch Avenue listening to concerns and frustration that juveniles are trespassing on their property during lunch. Deputy attempted to change the kids’ behavior by directing them to use the ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Blotter: June 2015

Berthoud Police Blotter: June 2015

Provided By James AndersonPatrol Sergeant, Berthoud Squad Monday, June 1Vehicle Trespass Follow-up: 300 block of Massachusetts Avenue, a local business owner found and turned in property that was taken out of one of the vehicles from last week's vehicle trespasses.Theft Follow-up: 3rd Street & Nebraska Avenue, Found several sets of the reported stolen patio furniture cushions and some that were not reported stolen. The teenagers have built a hangout/tent area in the trees using blankets, ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Blotter: January 2015

Berthoud Police Blotter: January 2015

Provided By James Anderson Patrol Sergeant, Berthoud Squad   Thursday, January 1 Missing Juvenile: 800 10th Street, a father called to report that his 14 year old daughter went out with a friend on New Year's eve but she had not returned home. Mental Health Hold: 100 block of Keep Circle, a resident called to report a disturbance between her two sons. Suspicious: 600 block of Mountain Avenue, a resident reported that she felt someone was in her house. Nothing found. Frozen Water Lines: ... Full Story

Lies and Election Fraud, Republicans of course

  TalkingPointsMemo.com           Republicans Disavow Man Nabbed In Voter Form Destruction Ryan J. Reilly October 19, 2012, 2:35 PM 20209 The Pennsylvania man arrested in Virginia on Thursday for allegedly throwing completed voter registration forms into a dumpster was released overnight on a $3,000 bond and scheduled to be back in court the day before the election. Colin Small, a 23-year-old from Phoenixville, Pa., is scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 5, ... Full Story

GOP Election fraud scandal widens

GOP Election fraud scandal widens

    Nationwide GOP Voter Registration Fraud Scandal Widens, Criminal Probe Opens in Florida October 1st, 2012 7:23 pm Brad Friedman A major element of the Republican National Committee’s overall attempt to game the 2012 elections by trying to affect who gets to vote and who does not, has just been stopped dead in its tracks. Along with it, a criminal election fraud complaint has now reportedly been filed with law enforcement in the state of Florida against a Republican firm, owned ... Full Story

Sheriff descends on East Mulberry

Sheriff descends on East Mulberry

    Operation New Dawn Date:               8/5/2012 The Larimer County Sheriff's Office and other agencies conducted a coordinated and targeted enforcement operation in the East Mulberry Corridor in Fort Collins on Saturday night, August 4. The East Mulberry Corridor is that area from Timberline Road east to County Road 5. This area has seen an increase in criminal activity including aggravated assaults, illegal narcotics use and distribution, prostitution, criminal ... Full Story

Office Supply Scam

Office Supply Scam

  A local Larimer County business recently reported to the Larimer County Sheriff's Office they were being threatened with legal action from Imaging Supply Center, Inc. (ISC) out of Villa Park, California, for failure to pay for copy machine toner sent to them in 2010. Upon investigation, it was determined that ICS has had several complaints from around the country for sending unordered toner supplies to businesses and then billing them at prices three times the normal retail price for ... Full Story

OpEd News: December 17, 2011

OpEd News: December 17, 2011

  OpEdNews Bold and Daring: The Way Progressive News Should Be Provocative and informative, news and opinion that you did not see on the nightly news. Learn the rest of the story. You may not agree with everything here, but you will find it thought provoking and illuminating.    Daily Headlines   By Danny Schechter Is the Iraq War actually over? The county has a long way to go to recover from a war that is not over. The war that began with the bang of shock and awe ended with the ... Full Story

Woman Gets Jail For Food-Stamp Fraud

Woman Gets Jail For Food-Stamp Fraud

  This is what "justice" is coming to in the United States. The laws seem to exist to protect the wealthy and punish the poor. This is a sad comment on our society. One can only suppose that the conservative attendees at the the Republican Presidential Debate who booed the gay soldier and cheered the hypothetical death of an uninsured man probably condone these inequalities and will push to see them grow if their candidate becomes president. While we do not condone fraud of any kind, there ... Full Story

NY Judge critical of SEC

NY Judge critical of SEC

  Federal Judge Jed S. Rakoff was not pleased with the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed settlement with Citigroup. Citigroup violated previous agreements, lied to its customer about the mortgage bonds they were selling and bet against the bonds. Citigroup's customers lost $700 million while the bank made a profit of $160 million. The SEC was willing to let Citigroup off with no admission of wrong doing and what the judge considered to be an inadequate fine. The two articles ... Full Story

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