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Michigan to launch school violence hotline
Attorney General Bill Schuette and other state officials announced plans Tuesday to develop a new statewide hotline for students, parents and members of the public to leave confidential tips about potential school violence.
Sat May 18, 2013
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
More information on counterfeit money
Know your money: www.secretservice.gov/money_detect.shtml. Use this link to check your money.
Guilty plea for Ohio man for Obama Twitter threat
A Columbus man has pleaded guilty to threatening President Barack Obama on Twitter and now faces up to five years in prison.
Fri May 17, 2013
KRQE Albuquerque, New Mexico
ID thief admits role in paycheck scheme
An Albuquerque woman who with a partner spread more than $140,000 in bogus paychecks around the Southwest pleaded guilty to identity theft in federal court Thursday.
Thu May 16, 2013
24 new St. Paul cops sworn in
Twenty-four new police officers graduated from the St. Paul police academy Thursday, May 16, including one whose father was a St.
School security assessment launched in Middleburg Heights
MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS After months of planning for students' safety following the tragic December massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Mayor Gary Starr is calling in the experts to protect the city and its local schools.
Tenn. Highway Patrol to assist Secret Service during first lady's visit
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will assist the U.S. Secret Service during Michelle Obama 's visit to Nashville this weekend, the Tenn.
Wed May 15, 2013
Secret Service Caught up in Colombia Prostitution Scandal Say Being "Railroaded"
It was the scandal that rocked the Secret Service: agents preparing for the arrival of President Barack Obama in Colombia brought prostitutes back to their hotel.
Tue May 14, 2013
Metro police won't provide security for First Lady's upcoming visit
Metro police will not provide security for First Lady Michelle Obama's upcoming visit to Nashville.
New York Post
Bronx woman busted for posing as aunt of slain Sandy Hook student
Cops busted a Bronx woman for allegedly posing as the aunt of a Sandy Hook Elementary School victim and scamming donations.
Paper trail: Secret Service Buffalo recovers thousands in fake money
In March, the U.S. Secret Service Buffalo office recovered about $2,000 in counterfeit money, Last month, they recovered 15 times as much.
W. Pa. man jailed in Obama, Secret Service threats
A western Pennsylvania man has been jailed until he can face federal charges that he threatened two U.S. Secret Service agents who investigated several threats he allegedly made against President Barack Obama , some posted through the White House website.
Meet the Con Man Who Pulled Off a Federal Sting That Cost Google $500 Million
Meet the career con man who made a fortune selling illegal pharmaceuticals online-and pulled off a federal sting that forced Google to pay $500 million.
Card processing companies under scanner
Three days after it was revealed that $45 million was shaved off RAK Bank and Bank of Muscat accounts through ATM withdrawals by cyber criminals acting in tandem, two card processing companies are under the scanner for alleged chinks in their computer systems.
Mon May 13, 2013
Democrats Decline To Reimburse Atherton
The Democratic National Committee will not reimburse Atherton for President Obama's April visit to the town , according to a memo to the City Manager George Rodericks that deflects responsibility to the U.S. Secret Service.
WFXL-TV Fox 31
Tift County Sheriff's Office arrest 14 for identity theft
Tift County Sheriff Gene Scarbrough has announced that his office's Criminal Investigation Division has arrested fourteen people over the past two months after extensive investigations into the crime of identity theft and other types of fraud.
ATM Bank Heist Nets $45 Million For Hackers
A four-count federal indictment was unsealed in Brooklyn charging eight defendants with participating in two worldwide cyberattacks that inflicted $45 million in losses on the global financial system in a matter of hours.* These defendants allegedly formed the New York-based cell of an international cybercrime organization that used sophisticated ... (more)
Garner police add counterfeit money charges in Wilmington man's case
Kyree Reginald Easter, 21, of Wilmington was being held in the Wake County Detention Center when Garner police served him with arrest warrants on Friday.
Sat May 11, 2013
The Orlando Sentinel
ATM thefts rankle banks
The brazen theft of $45 million from ATMs around the world was a sophisticated, coordinated attack that put banks on their heels, forcing some to re-evaluate their security measures, according to experts.
Smoke forces evacuation of White House West Wing
District of Columbia Fire department trucks and personnel are seen parked between the The Eisenhower Executive Office Building and the West Wing as they respond to a call at the White House, Saturday, May 11, 2013, in Washington.