(WATERBURY, Vt.) -- Three Vermont state troopers are under federal investigation for their alleged involvement in a fake COVID-19 vaccination card scheme, the Vermont State Police said in a statement Tuesday. The men, who have been identified as Shawn Sommers, Raymond Witkowski and David Pfindel,... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A burgeoning online market for counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination cards is setting off alarm bells for federal health officials, who warn that the demand for fake proof of immunity is on the rise. The Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General tells ABC... Read More.
(CHICAGO) -- The Justice Department has arrested a Chicago pharmacist who allegedly sold 125 real CDC COVID-19 vaccination cards on EBay. According to charging documents, 34-year-old Tangtang Zhao is said to have sold the cards to 11 different buyers for $10 each. He is the second... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Authorities are working to crack down on an impostor phone scam in which the caller pretends to be a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent and then tries to steal the victim's money -- often by having them purchase gift cards. Phone scams... Read More.
(CLEMENTS, Calif.) -- A bar owner in California was arrested this week for making fake IDs that had nothing to do with drinking, investigators said. The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control announced on Wednesday that it arrested the owner of the Old Corner Saloon... Read More.
By NICOLE PELLETIERE, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- A little boy who's currently hospitalized with COVID-19 is requesting for people to send him stickers and notes of encouragement as he nears the end of his fight.Noah Schneider tested positive for the... Read More.
(ATLANTA) -- Tyler Perry is hoping to sow unity between the residents of Atlanta and their local police officers with his latest community outreach effort. The 50-year-old partnered with the Atlanta Police Department and tasked its officers to disburse 1,000 Kroger gift cards that he purchased. The officers were spotted going door to door and physically handing... Read More.
By MARK HANRAHAN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Cards which were being offered for sale online purporting to exempt the bearer from ordinances requiring face coverings to be worn in public are fraudulent, according to Department of Justice officials. The... Read More.