If an Iowa company has its way, it could be lights out at the complex formerly known as SportsQuest.
Facing a $14 million lawsuit from a Norfolk bank for his work on two Justin French projects, the local developer argues that the case should be thrown out.
All that remains of the dream that was SportsQuest is $800 cash, a Dell computer, two printers, a fax machine, a calculator and a multimillion-dollar pile of debt.
Frank Patton has handled plenty of dirty laundry in his day. But it wasn’t until he cut a deal with a local businessman that Patton found himself entangled in messes made by two of Richmond’s most notorious schemers.
A local businesswoman was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison for her role in a Medicaid kickback scheme.
An accused local Ponzi schemer’s attempt to blame his predicament on his lawyer has finally been put to rest.
Bank of Hampton Roads has sued a Richmond developer, alleging that he and his company had a hand in defrauding the bank of more than $13 million on two of Justin French’s construction projects.
Convicted Richmond fraudster John Ross Greer is going back to prison after pleading guilty on Tuesday to scamming customers who thought they were renting exotic vacation properties. And to the surprise of two judges, Greer will keep running the business until he reports to jail.
Some of Justin French’s spoils, including jewelry and more than 60 pieces of artwork, are being auctioned this week by the U.S. Marshals.
A local volleyball club says one of its directors was using the company’s money as his personal piggy bank.