A federal contract employee and two other women have been charged in an elaborate wire fraud scheme that prosecutors say went on for five years.
Kyle King is charged with fraud, as is Jeramy Brown, who police say admitted to being King's accomplice.
A Wichita Falls woman is in the Wichita County jail after police say claimed to be a nurse, ordering several prescription drugs.
An arrest affidavit reveals Shawn Chambers is now charged with an additional count of insurance fraud.
Wichita Falls PD's Financial Crimes Unit is investigating cash advance scams that have been emerging in the area.
Looking for tickets to a concert or sporting event? There’s one scam you should know about.
It’s all in your mail. Bank accounts and credit card numbers - your most sensitive financial information. Just one case of mail theft netted thieves $150,000 and left a trail of victims in their wake.
Almost a million dollars’ worth of insurance claims – all of them a lie. Here's one outrageous case of insurance fraud – a crime that costs all of us.
Michelle Scott is sentenced to five years in prison.
The Wichita Falls Police Department Financial Crime Unit is currently investigating a credit card fraud case that appears to involved several known and unknown victims.
Police are investigating some fraudulent charges at two separate Wichita Falls hotels.
Terri Sweatman pleaded guilty to fraud.
If you can positively identify this subject please contact the Wichita Falls Police Department.
Clay County Constable facing fraud charges.
Business owners say the group scammed them of more than $5000.
Breanda Schroeder and her son Wendall Bennett, who's from Newcastle, allegedly defrauded the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Man admits faking mental handicap while making more than $60,000 each year as a beggar.
Dozens of law officers have raided the South Texas headquarters of The Scooter Score in an alleged fraud investigation.
While flu season may be leveling off, the FDA is advising consumers not to buy unapproved flu medications sold online.
WFPD officers recently made some ground in a case against a local forgery operation. After months of investigating a local computer programmer, officers say they were able prove he was taking his clients' personal information.