Officers used a search warrant to enter her home and find the body after other relatives reported their concerns.
The man also purchased a Ford F-350 truck and a Rolex watch after laundering over $1.6 million in COVID-19 relief funds.
Husband and wife are sentenced in the embezzlement of $228,000 from Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Elizabeth Holmes acknowledged she made mistakes as CEO of the disgraced blood testing tech company, but insisted she always believed the company would succeed.
Housing officials said most applicants suspected of attempting fraud sent in multiple applications from the same address.
A key figure in the fraud investigation of Lynch Livestock died in a car crash Monday while out on bond for charges of mail fraud.
The allegedly fraudulent claims were filed between 2007 and 2013, according to the Department of Justice.
The case against Bryan Sparks and Autumn Luna is one of many that have rocked Washington state's Employment Security Department over the past year.
Convicted lottery scammer Eddie Tipton is attempting to overturn his 25-year sentence, claiming he was coerced to plead guilty.
Adam Joiner took $14 million from Asian investment firms by falsely claiming he was making a Netflix-backed movie called "Legends," which focused on Paul Bunyan, John Henry and other American folklore figures.
"Mr. Bobga preyed on American citizens looking for comfort from a pet during the COVID pandemic," said Special Agent in Charge Mike Nordwall of FBI Pittsburgh.
Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of the defunct blood testing company Theranos was charged with various counts of fraud and could face prison time and other penalties if convicted.
The Justice Department called the plot by two brothers a "massive, multi-year fraudulent billing scheme."
If convicted, Damara Holness could spend up to 20 years in prison and faces a fine of up to $250,000.
William Neil Gallagher stole $32 million in personal savings from sick and elderly seniors, promising to invest it by using the principles of Jesus Christ.
"This payment damaged FIFA's assets and unlawfully enriched Platini," Swiss federal prosecutors said, referring to one of the charged former officials.
Everett Stern alleged reps for the former national security adviser approached him with the objective to influence lawmakers to support election audits in favor of Donald Trump.
Andres Meneses allegedly used satanic props to convince people they needed to pay money to lift curses.
The woman believed convincing the man he was sick would "prevent him from going to the bank," and discover "the low balances on his accounts," police said.
The therapists allegedly submitted fraudulent documents for thousands of therapy sessions that never took place and stole over $3 million.
Prosecutors said Vinath Oudomsine lied about his business when applying for the loan, and used a portion of the funds to buy the card.
"We're here to discuss safe and secure elections and legislative ideas for that," State Rep. Karianne Lisonbee said.
The men could face a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and up to $750,000 in combined fines.
The man laundered and misused the loans by transferring the funds to brokerage accounts he controlled to buy more than $3 million in losing stock trades
There has been no presented evidence of widespread election fraud in Michigan, where Biden bested Trump by nearly three points.
"[P]redatory fraud schemes like this one lead to immense emotional suffering for victims," said acting U.S. Attorney Juan Antonio Gonzalez.
Kevin J. Lipsitz pleaded guilty to mail fraud related to online sales of PPE from March 2020 to May 2020.
Amy Williams said she never applied for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund—and that she hadn't seen a penny of the millions falsely granted in her name.
Nate Holzapfel was charged with defrauding a breast cancer survivor he met on a dating site who cares for her disabled son.
Kendra Coles, 46, was sentenced to 78 days in jail to be served on weekends and ordered to pay back the $40,000, as well as $6,000 in restitution.