Lindsey Graham, 68, South Carolina Senator, Confronts FBI Director Over Biden Admin Border Crisis
In a fiery exchange during a Senate Judiciary Committeehearing, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) directly challenged FBI Director Christopher Wray, emphasizing the urgent need for an honest conversation about the dangerous state of the nation's borders and the FBI's role in mitigating threats.
Florida Birthday Boy's Online 'Troll' Threats of Mass Shootings Land Him Behind Bars
An 18-year-old faces serious charges after making numerous online threats to imitate notorious mass shooters. In a turn of events that shows of the potential perils of online trolling, an 18-year-old man found himself behind bars last Wednesday. Seth Montes, a resident of Deltona, was arrested after the FBI alerted local law enforcement about his disturbing online threats posted on YouTube videos.
SMM street gang members in Newark charged with fentanyl, heroin, and cocaine distribution
This article contains AI-assisted content. Newark, New Jersey - Five individuals associated with a drug trafficking organization in Essex County have been arrested and charged with various drug and firearm-related crimes. The individuals charged are Fuquan Williams, 33; Dwight Dixon, 52; Nafee Patterson, 41; Jabriel Mason, 20; and Daqwuan Barkley, 29, all residents of Essex County.
Auxier man receives 120-month sentence for meth trafficking and firearm possession
This article contains AI-assisted content. Lexington, Kentucky - Jonathan Martinez, 37, of Auxier, received a 120-month federal prison sentence for charges related to the conspiracy to distribute more than 50 grams of methamphetamine and the possession of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking.
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Mobile man faces up to 5 years in prison for threatening former employer
This article contains AI-assisted content. Mobile, Alabama - A federal jury recently found Cloepha Franks, of Mobile, guilty of transmitting an interstate threat to injure. This conviction follows an incident where Franks sent threatening text messages to his former employer after being terminated from a local construction company. The messages, sent from Alabama to the victim in Mississippi, included explicit threats of harm.
Memphis to see a boost by DoJ in prosecutorial resources against violent crime
This article contains AI-assisted content. Memphis, Tennessee - The Justice Department, in collaboration with various law enforcement agencies, convened at the Memphis Police Department's Real Time Crime Center to launch a new initiative aimed at combating violent crime in Memphis. This initiative focuses on dismantling gangs and other violent entities that compromise the safety and security of local communities.
Mark Green, 59, Tennessee Rep, Asks FBI Director If Terrorists Have Gotten Through The Border
In a recent House Homeland Security Committeehearing, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Christopher Wray faced probing questions regarding border security and the potential infiltration of known or suspected terrorists across the United States border.
Plano man faces cyberstalking charges in Nashville for violating protective order
This article contains AI-assisted content. Nashville, Tennessee - A former Vanderbilt University student, Dominic Lambert, 24, from Plano, Texas, has been charged with cyberstalking by a federal grand jury, as announced by United States Attorney Henry C. Leventis for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Tony Gonzales, 43, Texas Rep, Pressed FBI Director on China's Role in Drug Trade With Cartels
In a recent House Homeland Security Committeehearing, Representative Tony Gonzales (R-TX) directly questionedFederal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Christopher Wray on the extent of China's involvement in supplying fentanyl ingredients to Mexican drug cartels.
Father Representing Himself in Court Faces Son Who Reported Him to FBI
Brian Mock, 44, was found guilty on 11 counts related to the January 6 riots. Mock's son, AJ, 21, who is gay, played a crucial role in his father's arrest by turning him in to the authorities.
Tama woman set to surrender for 33-month prison sentence after defrauding disabled relative of $360k
Tama, Iowa - Nancy Lee Johnson, 69, of Tama, Iowa, has been sentenced to federal prison following her guilty plea for wire fraud. The case involved the misappropriation of funds from the trust of her disabled relative. Johnson was convicted of depleting the entire trust fund, which was valued at over $360,000. Johnson is set to surrender to the United States Marshal on November 27, 2023, and there is no parole in the federal system.
Burlington man convicted in $500k fraud scheme against New England Sports Network
This article contains AI-assisted content. Boston, Massachusetts - A federal jury in Boston has found Ariel Legassa, 51, of Burlington, Connecticut, guilty of conducting a fraudulent scheme against his former employer, New England Sports Network (NESN), resulting in the illegal acquisition of over $500,000. U.S. District Court Judge Indira Talwani has set the sentencing for December 20, 2023. The conviction came after Legassa's indictment and arrest in February 2022.
Atlanta's hunt for armored truck robbery suspect intensifies with $10,000 reward
This article contains AI-assisted content. Atlanta, Georgia - The FBI Atlanta division, in collaboration with Loomis Armored U.S., has recently increased the reward for information leading to the arrest of DeMarco Johnson. The total reward now stands at $10,000. Johnson is wanted in connection with a series of armored truck robberies in the Atlanta metro area. Johnson is believed to still be in the Metro Atlanta area, remains at large, and is considered armed and dangerous.
Three of Chicago's Ambrose gang members indicted in federal court for murder, racketeering
This article contains AI-assisted content. Chicago, Illinois - Three Chicago men have been indicted on a federal racketeering charge after allegedly committing murder to elevate their status within the Ambrose street gang, which is known for violence and narcotics trafficking on Chicago's South Side.
From guilty pleas to sentencing: Two Billings women confront court in Crow drug ring case
This article contains AI-assisted content. Billings, Montana - On November 3, Melanie Rose Bloodman, 54, of Billings, admitted to her involvement in a large-scale, multi-state methamphetamine trafficking operation focused on the Crow Indian Reservation. In a related case, on November 16, Carly Joy James, 42, from Crow Agency, was sentenced to seven years in prison for her role in the same drug trafficking operation. She pleaded guilty in July to possession with intent to distribute meth.
New Orleans woman sentenced to 18 months after trying to order hitman from a parody website
This article contains AI-assisted content. New Orleans, Louisiana - Zandra Ellis, aka "Jasmine Brown", 34, from New Orleans, was sentenced to eighteen months in prison after pleading guilty to transmitting threatening communications in interstate commerce, was also ordered to serve three years of supervised release and pay a mandatory special assessment fee of $100.
FBI arrests Miami Police officer accused of stealing cash and drugs during traffic stops
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FBI Confirms Sighting of Escaped Inmate Sean Williams in North Carolina
The FBI has confirmed a recent sighting of Sean Williams, an escaped inmate and serial rape suspect, at a shopping center in Sylva, North Carolina, as part of an ongoing manhunt.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams Launches His Own Legal Defense Fund Against FBI Investigations
Mayor of New York City Eric Adams has established his own legal defense fund in the midst of a highly publicized probe into claims that he received foreign funding for his mayoral campaign.