Emails Could Provide Answers At Ex-State Auditor's New TrialFormer Washington state Auditor Troy Kelley, whose federal fraud trial last year ended with an acquittal on one count and a deadlocked jury on more than a dozen others, will be in a courtroom once again as prosecutors try him a second time.
Investor Who Stole Funds Sentenced To 9 Years in PrisonU.S. Attorney Annette Hayes says Chris Young Yoo pleaded guilty in March, admitting he raised millions by promising to invest his clients' money in funds he managed.
SeaTac Man Illegally Colects $466,000 In Public AssistanceOfficials say a SeaTac man who used a fictitious brother to collect public assistance benefits for more than 20 years will spend time in prison
Federal Way Man Sentenced Of Fraud ChargesA federal judge has sentenced a Federal Way man to four years in prison after he pleaded guilty to forgery, identity theft, wire fraud and firearms charges.
Auditors Found Liable For over $10 Million In Madoff LossesA jury in King County Superior Court has found the firm of Ernst & Young negligent and liable for half of more than $20 million lost by a Washington state investment company in the wake of Bernie Madoff's multi-decade investment scam.
Psychic Sentenced for Decade-Long Con Of Timber HeirA psychic who used an elaborate con to steal millions of dollars from the heir to an Oregon timber fortune has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison.
Financial Adviser Sentenced For Stealing From ElderlyA Bellingham tax and financial adviser convicted of stealing $255,000 from 26 elderly clients has been sentenced to 51 years in prison.
Psychic Pleads Guilty In Duping Of Timber HeirA psychic has pleaded guilty to conspiracy and tax charges after authorities said she duped the heir to an Oregon timber fortune of millions of dollars and used some of it to travel with her boyfriend and buy expensive cars
Former Oregon Executive Sentenced For Wire Fraud Prosecutors say the 47-year-old man stole more than $1.4 million from his company by submitting expense reports that either falsified or inflated the amounts to which he was entitled
Seattle Man To Change Plea In Medicare Fraud CaseA Seattle doctor accused of turning in phony Medicare claims that included nursing home visits to patients who were dead says he will plead guilty.
Feds Arrest Man Accused Of Internet Sales ScamThe U.S. Attorney's office in Seattle says a 47-year-old man from Spain has been arrested in connection with an Internet sales scam that used false postings and a fake payment process to collect nearly $950,000 from unsuspecting buyers.
Police: Eastern Washington Crime Lab Manager Falsified WorkThe manager of the state crime lab in Cheney resigned last week as authorities determined he lied about performing work in several cases, the Washington State Patrol said Tuesday.