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Wichita, KS 67203
Upon conclusion of investigations of public interest, including those where
deadly force has occurred, it is the policy of the District Attorney to
notify the media and the public of the final legal decision. The
following information is presented with regard to recent decisions of this
office. The inclusion of specific incidents is updated on a regular
Consumer advice following the closing of
Heritage College in Wichita.
Scam artists may try to get your money
if your home was affected by flood
A Wichita contractor was sentenced in
connection with work that was not
A south Wichita car dealer entered a
consent judgment with the District
A consent judgment was reached between
the Consumer Protection Division of the
DA's Office and a private investigator.
Over $20,000 was refunded to two
homeowners who are former customers of a
A local contractor has pled guilty.
A Wichita man is sentenced for identity
A used car dealership entered into a
consent judgment with the Consumer
man who posed as a vet to defraud local
residents was sentenced in Wichita.
A local home builder was convicted of
theft and sentenced.
A local man has reached an agreement
with the District Attorney after
promised construction work was not done.
Sedgwick County has a new program to
assist victims of elder crime and abuse.
A former Sedgwick County contractor
receives jail time.
The District Attorney has advice for
local merchants during credit card
A Catholic church in Wichita was one of
the victims of a Texas man who was
sentenced in Sedgwick County District
District Attorney asking public for help
identifying problem contractors.
The owner of Derby Antiques and More,
LLC, reimbursed her former clients more
then $13,000 on Monday as part of plea
negotiations with prosecutors.
District Attorney Marc Bennett announces
the sentence for a woman whose business
earned an F from the Better Business
A Hutchinson car dealership has entered
into a consent judgment with the
District Attorney's Consumer Protection
Advice for holiday gift-buying.
Some emails can add malware to your home
Bogus IRS calls are going to Sedgwick
Money lost to convicted contractor is
A former west Sedgwick County contractor
was sentenced in District Court.
You can purchase vehicles on Craigslist.
But beware of scam artists.
When your identity has been stolen...
Beware of scams involving work-at-home
How "free" is a gift when you must
attend a seminar or buy something else?
If a business sends you a gift that you
did not request, you don't have to pay
Here is some information on home
burglary alarm systems and the people
who go door-to-door, selling them.
Scam artists seem to prefer the
Don't believe it when a "Microsoft
technician" calls to say, "Your computer
is putting out error messages."
Scam artists prefer prepaid money cards
when they call to steal your money.
Callers try different variations of the
Target Credit Card Fraud
Watch out for "get rich quick" seminars
at local hotels
How to Avoid Purchasing a Storm Damaged
Free money from the U.S. Government
Medical Alert Devices Scam
Online magazine sales warning
Several scams targeting consumers
in Sedgwick County.
Be smart and
alert when dealing with the aftermath of storms and tornadoes.
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