Ready for tax season? If you haven’t heard about tax identity theft, you may not be. Continue reading
Social Security has a zero-tolerance policy for fraud. While we cannot prevent every instance of fraud any more than law enforcement can prevent all crime, we aggressively investigate and pursue prosecution of those who try to cheat the system. Continue reading
Nov. 12. 6 p.m., District A-1, 40 New Sudbury Street Continue reading
On Oct. 7, Mr. Chen arrived at Boston Logan Airport with his wife, expecting to board a flight to Hong Kong that would eventually take them to their destination of Fuzhou, China. However, they learned at the check-in counter that their flight reservations did not exist. Continue reading
All reports are submitted by the Boston Police Department. The time period is from June 12 to July 18 for District A-1 or Chinatown.
To report a crime or suspicious activity, call 911. Interpreters are available for Chinese speakers. Continue reading
The owner of a Chinatown travel agency has been indicted for stealing more than $89,000 from clients for U.S. citizenship applications and airline tickets.
May Woo Lei, 40, of Boston, operated Sky Energy Travel. She allegedly took money from people to buy air tickets or gain U.S. citizenship, but failed to deliver those services, said the state attorney general’s office. Continue reading