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Executive in Ohio faces 25 counts, including bank and wire fraud

When a business obtains a loan from a lender for a specific purpose, the business is required to use the borrowed money for that particular purpose. If the business owner or managing officers of the business decide to use the loan for something other than the specified purpose, he or she may be guilty of committing fraud. The managing director of Bear Creek Capital LLC and Kenwood Towne Place LLC is being accused of illegally diverting lender money. He faces 25 counts in an Ohio court with charges, including wire fraud, mail fraud and bank fraud.

Hundreds arrested on drug charges by Ohio Highway Patrol

Involvement in the possession or trafficking of illegal drugs can cause serious consequences if one is accused by law enforcement authorities. This could include heavy punishments such as significant time behind bars if convicted of drug charges. Law enforcement officials are constantly altering the way in which they combat illegal drugs with new initiatives. The Ohio Highway Patrol launched an initiative last week aimed at stopping drug crimes as well as drunk driving.

Teacher to answer felony charges for sex crimes in Ohio

Teachers are an integral part of society, since they are usually entrusted with educating and supervising children. This is a sacred trust, which is why violating this trust can result in serious punishment, depending upon the nature of the crime. One Ohio high school teacher and girls' basketball coach may be finding this out the hard way when he was brought up felony charges for sexual battery. The alleged criminal act is designated a third degree felony.

2 charged with Craigslist murder plot in Ohio

Ohio residents know that Craigslist is a community website that allows users to post a variety of advertisements in order to procure or sell just about anything (legal) you can think of. This may include posting an advertisement for a roommate or some other personal service. However, Craigslist has also been used in the commission of crimes.

Authorities on lookout for white collar crimes in Ohio

The federal and local governments offer a variety of set-aside contracts that are aimed at helping minorities and other disadvantaged groups succeed in an arguably uneven society. However, it is important that the government maintains the integrity of these programs by properly screening the applicants and winners of these contracts, in Ohio and elsewhere. On the other hand, this could cause authorities to be overzealous when looking for potential white collar crimes, such as fraud, among applicants for government funds.

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