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Lexington federal judge sentences two people in romance fraud that led to money laundering

Evidence revealed that the conspirators agreed to aid in and launder $757,000 in funds, which were defrauded from a victim of an online romance fraud scheme.

Kentucky Islamic leader accused of involvement in a murder for hire plot pleaded guilty

Mahmoud Shaker Shalash entered guilty pleas in federal court to conspiring to kidnap someone and two counts of money laundering.

Armored truck driver sentenced to 37 months in theft

Mark Nicholas Espinosa was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Louisville.

Two involved in money laundering in Lexington going to prison

A Chinese national and the wife of a convicted drug dealer have been sentenced to federal prison for their roles in an elaborate money-laundering scheme in Lexington. 

20 indicted in multimillion-dollar online fraud scheme

The case announced Thursday stems from a lengthy investigation out of Kentucky led by U.S. Secret Service agents.

Lexington man sentenced to 15 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute cocaine and money laundering

Court officials say a man was sentenced Tuesday to more than 15 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute more than five kilograms of cocaine and money laundering.

Lexington man sentenced for drug trafficking and money laundering

Ansar I. McIver, of Lexington, was sentenced last week for conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, cocaine, and heroin, and money laundering.

Former Lexington resident sentenced to 41 months for theft from pension plans

65-year-old George S. Hofmeister, formerly of Lexington, was sentenced Wednesday to 41 months in federal prison, by Chief United States District Judge Karen K. Caldwell, for pension plan theft and money laundering.

Former wealth manager sentenced on multiple charges

Leon Smith will spend more than 4 years in prison and must give back the proceeds from his crimes.

Lexington woman charged in international money laundering case

A Lexington woman is accused of being a money courier in an international drug trafficking operation based in Mexico, according to federal court documents released Thursday.

Eric Conn facing more charges

Ex-lawyer Eric Conn could be facing more than a dozen new charges after going on the run.

Nicholasville couple and son convicted of conspiracy to defraud business

A Nicholasville couple and their son were convicted of conspiracy to defraud a Nicholasville business, according to federal prosecutors.

Grand jury indicts former UK basketball director on fraud charges

A former director of UK Men's Basketball is accused of defrauding athletes of more than one million dollars.

Pain clinic owner pleads guilty to money laundering

A physician who owned a Hazard pain clinic has pleaded guilty to money laundering.

Man facing $8.7M embezzlement case hid on Appalachian Trail

Facing accusations that he had embezzled nearly $9 million from his Ohio-based employer, a Kentucky accountant apparently decided to go for a walk in the woods.

Counterfeit Bills in Whitley County

Whitley County Sheriff’s Department released an announcement on June 18, warning people about counterfeit $20 bills.

Kentucky doctor faces federal drug charges

A southern Kentucky doctor has been arrested in Tennessee after being indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of unlawful distribution of controlled substances, health care fraud, conspiracy and money laundering.

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