More detentions for fraud in Almeria, Cádiz and Málaga provinces

National Police officers have raided a number of businesses in Almeria, Cádiz and Málaga provinces in relation to ongoing investigations into fraud relating to training programmes and grants, with as many as 90 people expected to be arrested or charged.

15 arrested for selling rubble as copper

The National Police have dismantled an organisation that had been earning huge profits selling rubble as copper, arresting fifteen people into the bargain.

Eight years jail for Valencia regional deputy

Rafael Blasco, a former member of the Valencian government, has been sentenced to eight years in prison and barred from public office for twenty years for siphoning money from a fund meant for development aid to poor countries in Central America and the Caribbean.

Fraudsters arrested in Armilla, Granada province

The National Police in Armilla, Granada, have arrested six people aged between 20 and 30 years, and broken up an organised group dedicated to the fraudulent sale of high-end phones via websites.

Sixty million euro fraud in El Ejido

The Tax Office has released a final report on the amount of money diverted from the coffers of El Ejido Council in Almeria, the former Mayor, Juan Enciso, being one of the main suspects in the case.