Last week, law enforcement officials shut down a Colorado Springs auto repair shop over allegations that it had been engaged in consumer fraud.
Twenty-seven people have been arrested as part of an investigation by the FBI into what it describes as an international credit card fraud scheme, law enforcement authorities said yesterday. Among those arrested in recent days is a Colorado man accused of selling electronics such as Apple iPads, gift cards and Sony computers that he allegedly obtained with stolen credit cards.
No state in the nation has more occurrences of fraud than Colorado, according to a report released by the federal government last month.
A woman who lives about 100 miles due north of Colorado Springs was recently arrested by police in Boulder, who claim she engaged in the white collar crime of forging checks
A 29-year Colorado Springs woman was recently arrested and charged with a number of white collar crimes in Teller County.
A number of people in Teller County are facing a variety of criminal charges, according to an online report from the Courier View.
Two Colorado people are in custody on accusations of credit card theft. The pair are charged with taking items from a murder-suicide scene.
A 43-year-old Colorado Springs woman has been accused of embezzlement and using the money to fund a gambling habit over the internet.
A man who police believe may be guilty of identity theft was recently arrested in Colorado Springs. The man was detained by security in a local home improvement store after he had used a fake ID to obtain a store credit card and used it to charge $5,600 worth of merchandise.
Today, the majority of criminal cases in Colorado and the rest of the country never go to trial. In fact, according to the American Bar Association (ABA), nearly 95 percent of criminal convictions result from defendants entering into a plea bargain with the prosecution.