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Prosecutors in Dallas say a member of a "swatting" ring that made hoax 911 calls has pleaded guilty to computer-related conspiracy and retaliation counts.
A Utah lawyer suing the FBI over his public records request for surveillance videos from the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing said Tuesday that one of his witnesses backed out after being visited by government officials last week.
A Cleveland man has been sentenced to more than 24 years in federal prison for an armed bank robbery in a suburb.
Couple get federal prison terms for mortgage fraud An NJ couple convicted of fraudulently obtaining $3.4M is now going to prison.
An unsuspecting car buyer made a gruesome discovery when he found child pornography on a cell phone left inside a Pontiac that once belonged to a sex offender, FBI agents said.
Former WCSG radio host John Richard Balyo admitted today that he and a second man handcuffed a 12-year-old boy to a motel bed, sexually abused him and took nine photos during the April encounter.
A Jefferson County man was sentenced Monday to more than a decade in federal prison for distributing crack cocaine and unlawful weapons possession, prosecutors said.
The owner of a Dallas convenience store and the business manager must go to federal prison and repay nearly $2 million in a food stamp scam.
Inside a cluttered downtown apartment that she shares with a cat, a 57-year-old woman is in the midst of a near-meltdown.
The website Ray Nagin once used to hawk his book and post-mayoral career as a disaster recovery expert is now being used to mock the former mayor's legal woes.
Charleston , Kanawha County , West Virginia A man accused in a violent convenience store robbery tried on Monday to get a Kanawha County Circuit judge to reduce his bond.
Jannie Covedale , who lost two grandchildren in the Oklahoma City bombing, hugs Courtney Jackson at the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Friday.
The government presented evidence that Reyna served as a street-level distributor.
A 25-year-old Shiprock man pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to engaging in a sexual act with a child, according to a U.S. Attorney's Office press release.
High-risk offenders in Ontario and Quebec are among the inmates slated to take part in a federal prison service pilot project to test the effectiveness of electronic monitoring devices.
A Personal Identification Device that is worn around an ankle and a cellular enabled monitoring unit.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 06:00 am
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