Carson City, NV— A settlement has been reached in a case filed by the State of Nevada, six other states, and the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) against the former president of a payment processing company arising from his role in an operation that allegedly debited more than $200 million in bogus charges from consumers’ bank accounts
Las Vegas, NV – Doninador Palalay a.k.a. Dominador Palalay has pled guilty to Theft-Obtaining Money in Excess of $2500 by Material Misrepresentation, a category B felony, for his role in operating a foreclosure rescue scam in Las Vegas during 2008 and 2009 under the business name of PDM Financial Group, Inc.
Las Vegas, NV – Eleanor Larock, age 49, was sentenced today for Neglect of an Older Person, a gross misdemeanor offense. Ms. Larock was formerly the owner of Grace Elderly Care Home, a residential facility for elderly people. District Court Judge Elissa Cadish sentenced Ms. Larock to 6 months incarceration, suspended, payment of a $1,000.00 fine, performance of 120 hours of community service, plus 2 years probation
Las Vegas, NV- Nevada has joined 31 states and the District of Columbia to announce the filing of a stipulated judgment with sweepstakes company Publishers Clearing House of Port Washington, New York. The “Supplemental Consent Judgment” which will be filed in Clark County District Court modifies the terms of a prior judgment filed in 2000.
Las Vegas - Former CSN Associate Vice President William Gilbert has been found guilty of eleven Felony Counts by a Las Vegas jury for stealing equipment and materials from the college of Southern Nevada.
Las Vegas, NV – Three people were indicted today for allegedly operating a foreclosure rescue scam in Las Vegas during 2008 and 2009.
The indictment alleges that Doninador Palalay a.k.a. Dominador Palalay, Marie Tejada Medina and Benjamin Aquino Moraleda III allegedly operated a foreclosure rescue scam under the business name of PDM Financial Group, Inc.
Las Vegas – Healthcare worker Constance D. Edwards, age 30, was sentenced today for Medicaid Fraud, Failing to Maintain Billing Records. Edwards pled guilty to the gross misdemeanor offense and was sentenced to one year of probation, 3 days in jail and payment of $3,111.36 in restitution. The case was investigated and prosecuted by the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit