Rosemary Ogbenna, 45, was charged this month by the District Court for the District of Columbia for allegedly carrying out a plot to steal more than $400,000 in benefits from elderly, mentally ill and disabled veterans she housed through her room and board business.
Elizabeth Prophitt pleaded guilty Nov. 9 to five counts of obtaining controlled substances by fraud, misrepresentation or deceit, after stealing more than 2,200 vials of controlled substances from the Ann Arbor VA Medical Center in Michigan.
Tanner Jackson, 32, of Celeste, Texas, schemed to sell Chinese-made military equipment to the U.S. Department of State and other federal entities, including the Air Force and various Army National Guard units.
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Matthew Anthony Marshall, 51, of Whitefish, Montana, pleaded guilty Nov. 10 to wire fraud, money laundering and tax evasion after claiming to be a former Force Reconnaissance Marine conducting "off the books" rescue missions for the CIA, according to court documents.