A lawyer for the New York attorney general’s office says evidence found in a three-year probe into Donald Trump's business practices could support legal action against the former president, his company, or both.
The release said that the suspect, in addition to the active warrants and the fact that he was driving with a suspended license, was arrested for felony eluding, numerous traffic violations, and possession of a controlled substance, specifically methamphetamine.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming U.S. Attorney Christopher Crofts says his office collected just over $1 million in criminal and civil actions in fiscal year 2012.
Of the total, about $765,000 was collected in criminal actions and some $173,000 was collected in civil actions...