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3 hrs ago | KVAL-TV Eugene
A Multnomah County man with an extensive criminal history was sentenced to 14 years and 4 months in a federal prison Thursday for robbing the Bank of America in downtown Eugene .
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8 hrs ago | WALB-TV Albany
Kimberly Banks, Donalene Mosley and Arneshia Austin were sentenced Thursday in Albany to serve 192 months, 37 months and 21 months in prison, respectively, for crimes relating to filing fraudulent income tax returns using stolen identities.
12 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
A DeBary man who traded a semi-automatic rifle and other guns for cocaine - while he was under a court-order not to possess firearms - was sentenced to more than seven years in prison on Thursday, prosecutors said.
16 hrs ago | Deseret News
Rupert James Duncan, 29, will serve nearly three years in federal prison for striking his girlfriend in the face with a large ceramic beer mug.
A Harrisonburg man, who was found guilty by a jury in May 2013, was sentenced Thursday in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia in Harrisonburg on heroin distribution charges.
A man faces up to 15 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to several burglaries across Northeast Tennessee and North Carolina.
Among the vinyl offerings in stores Saturday for Record Store Day will be a limited edition platter by former MC5 guitarist Wayne Kramer titled "Lexington."
A 29-year-old Detroit man convicted of using a gun to rob phone stores has been given an extraordinary sentence of 116 years in federal prison.
A former Napa wine executive has pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $1 million from an online wine network after he was apprehended by officers who had tracked him to Mexico.
Two men have been charged with conspiracy and theft of government property, in connection with the cashing of numerous federal income tax refund checks that were issued on false and fraudulent tax returns, U.S. attorneys announced Wednesday.
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Robert Rizzo apologized during sentencing in Los Angeles County Superior Court, telling the judge he breached the public's confidence.
According to the terms of the agreement, Hasty is pleading guilty to the first count of the three-count indictment - sexual exploitation of children.
According to the United States Secret Service, a Victoria's Secret employee at the Premium Outlets on International Drive used a skimming device to collect credit card numbers.
A Dripping Springs man will spend 15 years in federal prison for robbing five banks and one grocery store in 2013.
A South Texas surveyor and consultant has pleaded guilty to bribing officials of a Texas border county for public works contracts.