By Nancy C. Carvajal
The preliminary investigation of another syndicated estafa case against Delfin Lee and six others is scheduled next week in the Department of Justice following the expiration of the temporary restraining order issued by a Pasig City judge, according to a source from the National Bureau of Investigation.
By Nestor Corrales
Real-estate magnate Delfin Lee on Friday was brought to the Pampanga Regional Trial Court (RTC) after he was arrested at a hotel in Manila.
By Ador Vincent S. Mayol
A city prosecutor has recommended the filing of two cases of estafa in court against talent manager Annabelle Rama for purportedly defrauding her first cousin in the amount of almost P1.9 million.
By Tetch Torres-Tupas
The National Bureau of Investigation has arrested former Pagadian City Mayor Samuel Co and his wife Priscilla Ann in Serendra, Taguig.
By Nathaniel R. Melican
Marikina policemen have filed charges against a couple who were arrested earlier for allegedly selling counterfeit smartphones online.
An engineer was sentenced to four to 20 years in prison and ordered to pay more than P4.2 million to a well drilling company he defrauded 12 years ago.
By Gil C. Cabacungan
The Office of the Ombudsman has filed estafa charges with the Sandiganbayan against former Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) Commissioner Alfred Y. Po for running away with money raised by a group of mechanical engineers.
The Supreme Court (SC) has reinstated criminal charges for estafa filed against a top official of Ocean Adventure Marine Park here by one of its business partners involving up to $2 million in investments.
THE Cebu City Prosecutors’ Office dropped the charges filed against the couple, who along with a woman, were arrested for allegedly duping a Cebu City resident in order to gain money.
The National Bureau of Investigation NBI yesterday filed charges of syndicated estafa against three persons who were arrested after they allegedly duped a Cebu City resident to part with her P15 million in exchange for an “imaginary” lot.
A woman faces charges of illegal recruitment and estafa after she allegedly defrauded five people whom she recruited for nonexistent jobs in Taiwan of P77,000 in cash.
By Niña P. Calleja
The man dubbed by the police as the “motel skipper” was finally arrested Wednesday morning just as he was about to leave another hotel without paying his bill.
By Niña P. Calleja
The police on Tuesday recovered the Volvo used by the man they dubbed the “motel skipper” after he checked into two motels and then left without paying his bills.