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Skokie woman posed as landlord to collect money 2019-08-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 22, 2019, p. 11 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Crime and criminals - Theft, Wasserman, Debra
The party appears to be over for Flying Lady 2019-08-08 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 8, 2019, p. 4 Flying Lady, Schiff, Jason, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Schiff, Yale, Premier Assets Inc., Niles North High School, Izsak, David, Izsak, Leia, Church Cuniff, Megan
Feds: Skokie man took kickbacks, filed false Medicaid claims 2012-11-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 22, 2012 , p. 18 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Reinstein, Dr. Michael
Camera in fake card reader discovered at bank 2008-04-03 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 3, 2008, p. 6 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Skokie Police Department
Indictments target customers, agents in kickback scheme 2007-05-03 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 3, 2007, p. 10 Public School District 72 - Teachers and personnel, Whittaker, Cindy, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Schertzing, Charles, Lawson Products, Inc.
Mayors stunned at Blase arrest 2006-06-15 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 15, 2006, p. 12 Blase, Nicholas, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Niles, Kathryn Schneider, Van Dusen, George
Creamer gets five months in check, tax fraud case 2006-04-13 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 13, 2006, p. 5 Schakowsky, Janice 'Jan', Crime and criminals - Fraud, Creamer, Robert
Schakowsky's husband Creamer pleads guilty 2005-09-08 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 8, 2005, p. 13 Schakowsky, Janice 'Jan', Crime and criminals - Fraud, Creamer, Robert
Builder Resnick, out on bail, files for bankruptcy 2005-09-01 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 1, 2005, p. 14 Renovation and repair, Crime and criminals - Fraud, MoMax Builders, Crime and criminals - Theft, Resnick, Fred
Remodeler held on Skokie complaint 2005-02-03 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 3, 2005, p. 7 Renovation and repair, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Crime and criminals - Theft, Buntain, Jonathan, Resnick, Fred
Schakowsky says husband's innocent in wake of indictment 2004-03-18 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 18, 2004, p. 6 Schakowsky, Janice 'Jan', Crime and criminals - Fraud, Creamer, Robert
Guilty plea in embezzlement scheme 2002-03-14 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 14, 2002, p. 5 Skokie Central Traditional Congregation, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Blatt, Joel
Theft of veteran's identity from discharge papers is no urban myth 2002-02-21 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, February 21, 2002, Sec. 1, p. 1 Armed Forces - Veterans, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Triggs, Marcia
Temple embezzlement charged 2001-10-04 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 4, 2001, p. 3 Skokie Central Traditional Congregation, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Synagogues, Blatt, Joel
Skokie cops eyeing possible scam conspiracy 2001-08-30 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 30, 2001, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Mario Tricoci Hair Salon and Day Spa
Lincolnwood cops uncover huge bogus credit card scam 2000-10-05 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 5, 2000, Sec. 1, p. 1 Balogun, Julius, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Kagler, Angela
Fake designer goods seized 1999-11-25 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 25, 1999, p. 3 Kim, Young H., Crime and criminals - Fraud
Skokie man charged with embezzlement 1999-05-27 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 27, 1999, p. 134 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Qureshi, Qamar A.
Feds check out Y2K scam claim 1999-04-01 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 1, 1999, p. 9 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Business - Banks and banking
Scam artists target phone lines, numbers 1998-04-09 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 9, 1998, p. 5 Crime and criminals - Fraud, AT&T, Business, Telephones
Village : Let the receiver beware 1997-11-27 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, November 27, 1997, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
Man charged in Medicare fraud 1997-10-16 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 16, 1997, p. 9 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Kirschenbaum, Joseph Ari, Samaritan Care Inc., Medicare
Niles man sentenced for role in condo fraud 1997-10-09 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 9, 1997, Sec. 1, p. 6 Waldman, Ira, Crime and criminals - Fraud, All-Scott Realty Co.
Former school board member suspected in embezzlement 1997-10-02 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 2, 1997, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Wiseman, Sharon
Ex-D73 1/2 board member charged : Police say Sharon Wiseman took $500,000 in embezzlement scheme 1997-09-25 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 25, 1997, p. 3 Wiseman and Numbers Inc., Public School District 73 1/2 - Board, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Richard Smith International, Wiseman, Sharon
Man charged in condo bilking 1997-06-19 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 19, 1997, p. 5 Waldman, Ira, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Lincoln Towers Condominium Association
Niles man named in embezzlement scheme : Feds say Skokie condominium group was among the bilked parties 1997-06-19 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 19, 1997, Sec. 1, p. 1 Waldman, Ira, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Lincoln Towers Condominium Association, All-Scott Realty Co.
Paving firm fraud charged 1996-10-10 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 10, 1996, p. 3 Illinois State Toll Highway Authority, Palumbo Brothers Inc., Crime and criminals - Fraud, Monarch Asphalt Co., Illinois Department of Transportation
Jury hands guilty verdicts to insurance fraud defendants : Testimony from accomplice can't bolster Skokie man's defense 1996-08-08 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 8, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 3 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Bonnano, Frank, Gio, Harry, American United Payment Services Inc., American United Casualty Company Inc., Auto Insurance Headquarters Agency Inc., Goldstein, Lawrence
Insurance fraud trial starts in federal court : Feds : 1993 scam operated out of Skokie office 1996-07-25 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 25, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Bonnano, Frank, Gio, Harry, American United Payment Services Inc., American United Casualty Company Inc., Auto Insurance Headquarters Agency Inc., Goldstein, Lawrence
Skokie man indicted in insurance scam 1996-03-14 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 14, 1996, p. 20 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Bonnano, Frank, Gio, Harry, American United Payment Services Inc., American United Casualty Company Inc., Auto Insurance Headquarters Agency Inc., Lane, Huber, Goldstein, Lawrence
Probation ruled in mail stashing 1996-01-25 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 25, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 6 Plost, Lowell, Crime and criminals - Fraud
Guilty plea expected in Skokie Fed case 1995-12-28 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, December 28, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 1 Skokie Federal Savings and Loan Association, Crime and criminals - Fraud, O'Connell, John R.
Seniors thwart scam 1995-11-23 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 23, 1995, p. 9 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
Raffe, daughter sentenced 1995-10-12 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 12, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 8 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Reagen, Rhona, Raffe, Philip
O'Connell may plea-bargain 1995-09-28 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, September 28, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 10 Skokie Federal Savings and Loan Association, Crime and criminals - Fraud, O'Connell, John R., McBirney, Edwin, III
Commodities broker jailed for fraud 1995-08-24 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 24, 1995, p. 14 Echo Trading Inc., ET Corporation, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Buff Hoffberg Trading, Hoffberg, Buff Aaron
Watch out for frauds 1995-08-03 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 3, 1995, p. 16 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Crime and criminals - Swindlers and swindling, Editorial
Raffe : Guilty plea 1995-07-13 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 13, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 8 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Reagen, Rhona, Raffe, Philip
O'Connell pleads in Skokie Federal Case 1995-07-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 6, 1995, p. 4 Skokie Federal Savings and Loan Association, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Resolution Trust Corporation, Affiliated Banc Group, O'Connell, John R.
S & L founder faces charges 1995-06-15 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 15, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 5 Skokie Federal Savings and Loan Association, Crime and criminals - Fraud, O'Connell, John R.
Ex-committeeman, daughter face ghost payroll charges 1995-06-01 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 1, 1995, p. 7 Cook County Sheriff's Department, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Reagen, Rhona, Raffe, Philip
Reagen admits guilt in ghost payrolls 1995-06-01 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 1, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 6 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Reagen, Rhona, Raffe, Philip
Court date set in fraud case 1995-05-25 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 25, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 5 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Reagen, Rhona, Raffe, Philip
Niles man charged with impersonating law officer 1995-03-30 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 30, 1995, p. 6 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Jackson, Scott A.
Horse fraud scam detailed in court 1995-03-09 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 9, 1995, p. 6 Jayne, Silas, Farmer, Jerry, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Brach, Helen, Holmwood, Linda, Jayne, Frank, Hugi, Ross, Bailey, Richard, Northwestern Stables
Cancer keeps con artists from behind bars, so far 1993-06-17 Milton Schraiber, convicted con artist, has remained out of jail due to his serious illness. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 17, 1993, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Schraiber, Milton
Skokie S&L suit settled 1992-12-17 Stephen Mullins, his accountant, and his attorney have agreed to pay over $1 million in a settlement with the now defunct Skokie Federal Savings and Loan. Skokie Review, Thursday, December 17, 1992, p. 3 Skokie Federal Savings and Loan Association, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Mullins, Stephen, Business - Banks and banking
Businessman pleads guilty in fraud case 1992-11-26 Milton Schraiber, formerly of Skokie, has pleaded guilty to fraud charges. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, November 26, 1992, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Oak Mill Mall, Schraiber, Milton
Angry clients lead to probe 1992-10-22 The Illinois Attorney General's Office is investigating the former owner of the now defunct Murphy Sports. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 22, 1992, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Murphy Sports
2 local druggists charged in sting 1992-07-09 An FBI sting operation charged 12 Chicago pharmacies, as well as one in Skokie, with health care fraud. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 9, 1992, Sec. 1, p. 1 Business - Drugstores and pharmacies, Crime and criminals - Fraud
Skokie pharmacy hit in FBI sweep 1992-07-02 Rexall Pharmacy was among the 16 Chicago area drug stores targeted for health care fraud by the FBI. Skokie Review, Thursday, July 2, 1992, p. 3 Business - Drugstores and pharmacies, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Dempster Rexall Pharmacy
Pandero pleads guilty 1992-01-16 K'Maryan Pandero, a Skokie businesswoman charged with fraud, has pleaded guilty to all four counts. Skokie Review, Thursday, January 16, 1992, p. 4 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Pandero, K'Maryan
Pandero to plead guilty to $6.7 million fraud charges 1991-12-26 K'Maryan Pandero of Skokie will plead guilty to the fraud charges leveled against her. Skokie Review, Thursday, December 26, 1991, p. 6 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Pandero, K'Maryan
Woman charged in bank fraud 1991-12-19 A 50-year-old Skokie businesswoman has been charged with 3 counts of bank fraud. Skokie Review, Thursday, December 19, 1991, p. 3 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
U.S. charges local pair with bank fraud 1991-12-19 A 50-year-old Skokie businesswoman has been charged with 3 counts of bank fraud. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, December 19, 1991, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
Arrest made in solicitation case 1991-03-21 A Chicago man, a con artist fraudulently soliciting money for charity, was caught last week in Skokie. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 21, 1991, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
Charity con game comes to town 1991-02-28 Skokie residents are warned about a door-to-door con artist who claims to be collecting for charity. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, February 28, 1991, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
Suspected check-writer apprehended 1991-01-24 A Wisconsin man was arrested January 20 in connection with a phony check-writing scam at the Venture Store. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 24, 1991, Sec. 1, p. 2 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Venture
Nurse charged in exploitation 1990-12-20 Michelle Moran, a 26-year-old Chicago nurse, was arrested last week after police learned that she allegedly used her friendship with an elderly Skokie woman to obtain $18,000 from the woman over a 9 to 10 month period. Skokie Review, Thursday, December 20, 1990, p. 8 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Moran, Michelle
Banker given one year for fraud 1990-10-04 Mace H. Rubenstein, 63, was sentenced to one year in prison for defrauding the First State Bank of Alsip of about $170,000 between 1979 and 1986. Rubenstein was president of the bank. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 4, 1990, Sec. 1, p. 2 First State Bank of Alsip, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Rubenstein, Mace H.
Rackateer suspect a "very fine man 1989-09-28 Leonard Keller of 5221 W. Jarvis, and 11 of his associates were named in indictments by a federal grand jury. Keller, who owns an interest in 67 currency exchanges in 13 states, has been charged with using the businesses to launder more than $2 million. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, September 28, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Business - Currency exchanges, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Keller, Leonard
Fireman tells his side of story 1989-08-24 Skokie firefighter, Roger Nowick, who was suspended from his job for collecting worker's compensation from Skokie while working on another job, would like the public to know his side of the story. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 24, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Skokie Fire Department, Nowick, Roger
No Title 1989-07-29 The hearing for suspended Skokie firefighter Roger Norwick, has been delayed until August 22. Village officials charged Norwick with improperly collecting some $3,800 in workers compensation from the village. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, July 29, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 2 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Skokie Fire Department, Norwick, Roger
Village claims fraud by 2 ex-employees 1989-07-20 Skokie officials discovered that two municipal employees were working elsewhere while collecting worker's compensation. Each employee cheated the village out of about $4,000 in benefits. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 20, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Municipal employees
Pigeon drop' nets $3,500 1989-07-06 The second Skokie "pigeon drop" victim in less than a month lost $3,500 to two women "con artists". The latest victim was a 40-year old woman. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 6, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 2 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
Woman, 75, loses $9,000 in con 1989-06-22 Two women working a "pigeon drop" conned a 75-year old Skokie woman out of nearly $9,000. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 22, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 2 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
No Title 1989-03-11 There were several incidents of fraudulent soliciting for the United Way/Crusade of Mercy in Skokie recently. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, March 11, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, United Way/Crusade of Mercy
Resident out $9,500 in scheme 1988-12-08 A 76-year-old Skokie woman lost $9,500 December 1 in a "pigeon drop" scheme. Skokie Review, Thursday, December 8, 1988, p. 3 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
Three men are charged with home repair fraud 1988-02-11 Three men have been charged with three counts of home repair fraud. The complaints that led to the charges were filed by residents of Skokie and several surrounding communities. Skokie Review, Thursday, February 11, 1988, p. 8 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
Skokie man pleads guilty to mail fraud 1987-11-26 Steve Abrams, 35, pleaded guilty to two counts of mail fraud for accepting bribes of merchandise. He is facing up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine on each of the counts. Skokie Review, Thursday, November 26, 1987, p. 17 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Abrams, Steve
Skokian charged with defrauding local bank 1987-08-13 Jerry S Pearlstein, co-owner of the Alternative Telephone Company, has been charged with defrauding the First National Bank of Skokie and the Exchange National Bank of Chicago through a check-kiting scheme. Skokie Review, Thursday, August 13, 1987, p. 8 Pearlstein, Jerry S., Crime and criminals - Fraud, Exchange National Bank of Chicago, First National Bank of Skokie, Alternative Telephone Company
Man charged 1987-04-30 Gary D. Greenberg, 26, of 9051 Lamon Ave., was arrested on charges of deceptive practice after he allegedly tried to cash a bad check. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, April 30, 1987, Sec. 1, p. 2 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Greenberg, Gary D.
Pharmacist's license revoked 1987-04-09 Morton Goldsmith, 51, of 9055 N. Keystone, is serving a 12-year prison sentence for his work with a group of pharmacists and doctors who defrauded the Illinois Department of Public Aid of $20 million. Skokie Review, Thursday, April 9, 1987, p. 12 Goldsmith, Morton, Crime and criminals - Fraud
Skokian convicted in arson scheme 1986-06-26 Salim Fakhoury, 31, of 8336 Christiana Avenue was convicted last week on federal arson and mail fraud charges. Skokie Review, Thursday, June 26, 1986, p. 6 Fakhoury, Salim, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Crime and criminals - Arson
Skokie couple files $1.1 million lawsuit against bank, Holzer 1986-05-08 A Skokie couple has filed a lawsuit charging that a Circuit Court judge and a Prospect Heights bank conspired to defraud them. Skokie Review, Thursday, May 8, 1986, p. 6 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Litigation, Holzer, Reginald, Berman, Sheldon
Skokie pharmacist gets 12 years in drug fraud scheme 1986-04-03 Morton Goldsmith was sentenced on April 1st for his role in a scheme that defrauded the Illinois Department of Public Aid of $20 million. Skokie Review, Thursday, April 3, 1986, p. 8 Goldsmith, Morton, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Drug Industry Consultants Inc., Illinois Department of Public Health
Former employees charged in $1/2 million Searle scam 1986-03-27 Four former employees of G.D. Searle & Co. were charged with defrauding the company of more than $500,000 through a phony billing scheme. Skokie Review, Thursday, March 27, 1986, p. 7 Blake, William, Crime and criminals - Fraud, G.D. Searle & Co., Gray, James, Turner, Sylvanus, Rodriguez, James
Phony "ice" gets Skokie jeweler into hot water 1986-02-13 The Illinois Attorney General's office is seeking a permanent injunction against Harold Liss, a Skokie resident and long-time Loop jeweler who allegedly sold phony diamonds and misrepresented them as authentic jewels to his customers. Skokie Review, Thursday, February 13, 1986, p. 9 Business - Retail, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Liss, Harold
Skokians plead guilty to fraud charges in drug-selling scheme 1985-11-21 Michael Lotito and Stuart Glantz were among 10 physicians and 16 pharmacists indicted for their role in a scheme that defrauded the Illinois Department of Public Aid of nearly $20 million. Skokie Review, Thursday, November 21, 1985, p. 18 Glantz, Stuart, Lotito, Michael, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Illinois Department of Public Aid
Skokie doctor pleads guilty in false prescription scheme 1985-10-03 Dr. Ekheil F. Khait's controlled substance, physician, and surgeon licenses were suspended after he was convicted in federal court of participating in Medicaid and drug distribution fraud. Skokie Review, Thursday, October 3, 1985, p. 7 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Khait, Ekheil
Local realtor fined $25,000 for misuse of escrow funds 1985-08-08 Robert Green, the president and owner of a Skokie real estate company MGM Realty, was fined $25,000 and placed on probation by the State Department of Registration and Education because he diverted interest money earned from escrow funds for his own use. Skokie Review, Thursday, August 8, 1985, p. 9 Crime and criminals - Fraud, MGM Realty, Green, Robert
Prosecutors to seek jail term in fraud conviction 1985-05-02 Samuel Buchbinder, who suffered heavy losses while gambling in Puerto Rico and Las Vegas casinos, was convicted of defrauding a nationally known securities firm of nearly $170,000. Skokie Review, Thursday, May 2, 1985, p. 9 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Buchbinder, Samuel
Don't trust appearances, Skokie police warn 1985-04-04 Skokie police are warning residents to be suspicious of those offering to do home repair work as an increased number of scams have recently been reported. Skokie Review, Thursday, April 4, 1985, p. 5 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Skokie Police Department
Police nab suspect in con 1985-03-10 Police arrested Bruce Baston of Morton Grove, who is allegedly responsible for a February 4 swindle which conned an 89-year-old Skokie woman out of at least $1450. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, March 10, 1985, Sec. 1, p. 2 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Baston Bruce
Doctors to testify on Medicaid fraud 1985-02-10 Sixteen doctors and ten pharmacists were among 36 people indicted in December on charges that they defrauded the government by illegally selling controlled narcotic substances. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, February 10, 1985, Sec. 1, p. 5 Goldsmith, Morton, Crime and criminals - Fraud, Khait, Ekheil
Skokie doctor pleads guilty in fraud scheme 1985-02-07 Ekheil Khait, a doctor who was unable to find work in the area after emigrating from the Soviet Union, pleaded guilty to participating in a scheme that defrauded the Illinois Dep't of Public Aid out of $20 million. Skokie Review, Thursday, February 7, 1985, p. 6 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Khait, Ekheil
Aid fraud 'ringleader' to be arraigned today 1985-01-03 Morton Goldsmith is charged with racketeering and conspiracy. He ran an illegal drug operation that defrauded the Illinois Department of Public Aid of $20 million. Skokie Review, Thursday, January 3, 1985, p. 7 Goldsmith, Morton, Crime and criminals - Fraud
Skokie man 'ringleader' in pharmacy fraud 1984-12-27 Morton Goldsmith was indicted last week. He is accused of being the ringleader of a group of pharmacists and doctors who defrauded the Illinois Department of Public Aid of nearly $20 million. Skokie Review, Thursday, December 27, 1984, p. 3 Goldsmith, Morton, Crime and criminals - Fraud
Grand jury indicts local men in scam 1984-02-26 Morris Levsky, a pharmacist, is one of nine people indicted February 23 by a federal grand jury on charges that they defrauded the state Medicaid program out of $5 million. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, February 26, 1984, Sec. 1, p. 2 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Levsky, Morris
Disbarred lawyer gets two-year term 1983-05-05 Herman Feldman was sentenced on April 29 to two years in federal prison and placed on probation for five years for committing ten counts of mail fraud in which he cheated 23 people out of a total of $719,000. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 5, 1983, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Feldman, Herman
Ex-attorney charged with 10 counts of fraud 1983-03-17 Herman Feldman, 4950 Old Orchard Rd., was charged March 9 with 10 counts of mail fraud. A Skokie attorney who lost his practice when he was disbarred last year, Feldman defrauded 23 people out of $719,000. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 17, 1983, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Feldman, Herman
Indict eight in probe 1980-11-30 Eight men, three from Skokie, were charged with using a plumbing supply firm to cheat dozens of firms out of merchandise. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, November 30, 1980, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud,
State indicts two in welfare fraud 1979-11-11 Carlos and Cheryl Valdez were indicted for illegally receiving welfare payments. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, November 11, 1979, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Fraud, Valdez, Carlos, Valdez, Cheryl