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Blog Posts in August, 2009

A Miami Beach munitions dealer pled guilty in federal court to defrauding the U.S. government by selling banned Chinese ammunition to the U.S. Army who in turn supplied them to allied forces in Afg...

Posted on Aug 31, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Miami Beach developer Michael Stern is facing arrest for failing to appear in federal court for his bankruptcy case. Additionally, Stern has also refused to produce documents and testify in the ban...

Posted on Aug 28, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A Miami police officer assigned to take Crime Stoppers tips collected almost $15,000 in reward money and split it with two of his friends. Officer Wayne Fortella was charged in federal court with o...

Posted on Aug 27, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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On Friday, August 21, 2009, with the assistance of a Miami criminal lawyer, a Miami man pled guilty in federal court to committing Medicare fraud. Guillermo Gonzalez admitted that he defrauded the ...

Posted on Aug 26, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Two physicians practicing in Miami were found guilty of Medicare fraud by a federal jury. The defendants were accused of being involved in an HIV-infusion scheme to defraud. This case is just anoth...

Posted on Aug 25, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A Broward County judge's ruling could affect thousands of Broward and Miami DUI cases. Several months ago, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement fired Sandra Viega. Viega was an FDLE employee w...

Posted on Aug 24, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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In Miami, Florida, cocaine trafficking and cocaine sale arrests are made on a daily basis. Once an individual has been arrested for cocaine trafficking, he or she must then hire a Miami criminal la...

Posted on Aug 21, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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City of Miami Police arrested an 18 year-old teenager for a double fatal shooting at a birthday party last month in Overtown, Miami. Rodney Miller has been arrested for two counts of second degree ...

Posted on Aug 20, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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A Miami Beach man secretly recorded tapes between himself and his Miami criminal lawyer. Sean Casey, of Miami Beach, who pled guilty to DUI manslaughter tried to use a secret recording between hims...

Posted on Aug 19, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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On Monday, federal prosecutors indicted a Miami man in federal court with the largest case of credit card fraud in the history of the United States for engaging in the theft of credit and debit car...

Posted on Aug 18, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Former Miami-Dade prosecutor, David Ranck, agreed to enter into the pre-trial diversion in exchange for resolving his case. Ranck was recently charged with battery by his former office. He was accu...

Posted on Aug 17, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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Miami businessman, Edward Okun who was previously convicted of operating a scheme to defraud was sentenced to a 100 year prison term. Okun stole money from customers of his tax deferral firm and ra...

Posted on Aug 16, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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In Miami, and across the county, state and federal law enforcement authorities have been cracking down on individuals committing credit card fraud. Credit card fraud occurs when a person uses someo...

Posted on Aug 14, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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In Miami, Florida, Jeffrey Sloman, acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Hugo Barrera, Special Agent for Alcohol Firearms and Tobacco (ATF), Robert Parker, Director of...

Posted on Aug 13, 2009 by Donet, McMillan & Trontz, P.A.

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