Police have identified a band of four women who have been frequenting high-end Broward bars and strip clubs, seducing men, taking them home, drugging them and making off with their cash and possessions. One of the suspects made off with over $250,000 in diamonds, police say. Subhanna Beyah, 25; Jo ... More >>
Hollywood fortuneteller Olivia Evans was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison Monday and ordered to pay her scam victims more than $400,000. She tried to apologize and reportedly made a relatively big scene in the courtroom, saying, "I was guided in the wrong way of life, and now I reali ... More >>
St. Francis Borgia was full of it, too.Our benighted federal prosecutors are in for a bumpy ride.As of yesterday, a few of these unlucky do-gooders have been charged with the task of punishing three women arrested for performing expensive fake exorcisms. The women, who hail from Broward, are 36-y ... More >>
Cash4Gold: Hammering out the profitsHard up for dough? You might not want to be in too big a rush to send off your Rolex, your class ring, your MC Hammer-inspired gold pants, or that solid-gold golf club. Chances are that unlike Ed McMahon, you're going to be disappointed with the $11 check you g ... More >>
Threats, violence, and kilos of coke are just the start for Hollywood's Jon Roberts.
As the economy goes further into the tank, there's at least one guy in Broward County whose business appears to be thriving like never before: David Bogenschutz, the go-to defense attorney for ethically challenged judges, indicted politicians, and just about anyone else with a high pr ... More >>
When somebody offers to "purify" your possessions, call the bunko squad
For David Lee Edwards, winning the lottery was a wild rocket ride
Fake? Sure. But the blood is real, the headaches are vicious, and that VCR somebody just bashed you with is made out of steel.
A Polish immigrant collides head-on with capitalism and loses
for profit in the offices of the French commercial genius psychiatrist Dr. Clotaire Rapaille
Jimmy Sabatino scammed millions of dollars' worth of goods and services by claiming he was a Hollywood player. But the self-described Mafia kid played too rough when he threatened to kill President Clinton.
Born into a Gypsy life of crime, he's now busting them for their cons. Or is he?