BATON ROUGE - A federal judge sentenced Denham Springs businessman Kevin Calmes to 30 months in prison and a $25,000 fine today after his conviction on money laundering charges, according to the U. S. Attorney's Office.
In August, a federal jury found Calmes guilty on five of the eight... more »
CLINTON - Clinton Police accused two women of racketeering and money laundering after they said they laundered tens of thousands of dollars in donations and grant money for personal use, instead of their intended use to improve the town.
Police arrested Carol Shirley, 66, and Alice Kent, 62, after... more »
BATON ROUGE - A federal jury found Denham Springs businessman Kevin Calmes guilty of most of the counts against him in his money laundering trial today.
The jury found Calmes guilty on five of the eight counts against him, including money laundering. Both he and his business, Calmes Motorsports,... more »
SHREVEPORT - A Shreveport businessman is in jail awaiting trial on charges that he concealed nearly $2 million from his creditors and laundered the money to buy a boat and a stake in a private jet. The Times reports a federal judge on Friday revoked the pretrial release of 55-year-old... more »
BATON ROUGE - A federal judge sentenced a Denham Springs man today to nearly four years in jail for money laundering and bank fraud.
Steven Harold Loga, 42, pleaded guilty earlier to those charges.
He was accused of using his seafood wholesale business to get fraudulent credit advances... more »
BATON ROUGE - A federal grand jury returned indictments against the son of a Denham Springs motorcycle shop owner today on charges he laundered drug money through the business.
The indictment accused Kevin Paul Calmes, 39, of selling motorcycles to drug dealers and lying on receipts or breaking up... more »