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FBI searches NW Ohio sheriff's office but won't explain why
LIMA, Ohio (AP) - FBI agents have searched a northwest Ohio sheriff's office but aren't disclosing what they were looking at or why. FBI Special Agent Vicki Anderson says agents conducted an investigation in Allen County on Wednesday but she can't yet share details. She says no one was arrested. ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Federal Bureau of Investigation Special agent United States Lima Ohio U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Search for Kristin Smart's remains on Cal Poly hillside yields items of interest in 1996 disappearance
FBI agents digging into a hillside half a mile from where Cal Poly San Luis Obispo student Kristin Denise Smart was last seen alive 20 years ago have found “items of interest” in the cold case mystery, authorities said Thursday. Tony Cipolla, a spokesman for the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s...
260 points by Los Angeles Times | Police Federal Bureau of Investigation United States California Polytechnic State University Sheriff Constable Special agent
Drug informant wanted to ‘f–k’ Venezuela’s first lady: DEA agent
Things got down and dirty in Manhattan federal court Thursday as a DEA agent revealed that one of his informants didn’t want to just help nail two nephews of the first lady of Venezuela. DEA Special Agent Sandalio Gonzalez said his unidentified confidential source shared with him explicit thoughts about Cilia Flores, whose nephews Efrain...
338 points by New York Post | Venezuela Federal Bureau of Investigation English-language films Organized crime Agent provocateur United States Marshals Service Informant Special agent
Roger Thomas Clark, Silk Road suspect, defies extradition efforts 10 months after arrest
Roger Thomas Clark, a Canadian man accused of helping operate Silk Road, the now defunct internet drug bazaar, vowed to beat efforts to have him extradited to the United States in his first interview since being arrested last year in Thailand. Mr. Clark, 55, has been held in Bangkok jail ...
14 points by The Washington Times | Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Department of Justice Prison United States Crime Special agent Collateral consequences of criminal charges Law enforcement agency
Teaching 9/11: It's history, just like Pearl Harbor
From mock drills to airplane seating for students who weren't born on Sept. 11         
2086 points by Arizona Republic | High school September 11 attacks Federal Bureau of Investigation Education Teacher September 11 School Special agent
Teaching 9/11: 'To them, it’s history, just like Pearl Harbor'
From mock drills to airplane seating for students who weren't born on Sept. 11       
2086 points by USA Today | High school September 11 attacks Federal Bureau of Investigation Education Teacher September 11 School Special agent
Cal Poly student Kristin Smart vanished 20 years ago. Now, authorities are digging the campus for her body
Two decades have passed since a warm May night when Cal Poly San Luis Obispo student Kristin Denise Smart vanished after an off-campus party. Her disappearance sparked a massive manhunt, with searchers using helicopters, horses and an army of volunteers, and even ground-penetrating radar. She was...
3262 points by Los Angeles Times | Federal Bureau of Investigation California Polytechnic State University United States Police Sheriff Special agent
William McFaul, career FBI agent, dies
William Thomas "Bill" McFaul, a retired FBI special agent who handled prominent cases, died of heart disease Wednesday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The longtime Glen Arm resident was 82.Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Clarence McFaul, a Hendler's ice cream employee, and Catherine Thompson....
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Federal Bureau of Investigation John F. Kennedy assassination Baltimore County Maryland Warren Commission John F. Kennedy Family Special agent J. Edgar Hoover
These undocumented immigrants thought they could stay. Trump says deport them.
Non-violent undocumented immigrants who were left alone by Obama are being rounded up now.         
-2 points by Arizona Republic | Immigration Immigration to the United States U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Illegal immigration Special agent Barack Obama Deportation Gang
Baltimore County officials notified calls were intercepted during 2013-14 wiretap
Numerous Baltimore County government officials received notices from federal prosecutors this month saying their communications had been intercepted as part of a wiretap investigation in 2013 and 2014. Members of the County Council and County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's administration are among...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Department of Justice Supreme Court of the United States United States Telephone tapping Baltimore County Maryland Special agent United States Attorney
U.S. Bank branch robbed in Lincoln Square
A U.S. Bank branch was robbed Thursday afternoon in the Lincoln Square neighborhood on the North Side.
-1 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Special agent Bank robbery White American White people Light Bank
'Dreamer' in Washington state still faces deportation as attorneys accuse immigration agents of deceipt
A federal magistrate has refused to release from custody a 23-year-old Mexican immigrant whose case has drawn an international audience — first, because he has been accepted in a program that shields “Dreamers” from deportation, and now because his attorneys alleged officials altered documents...
1041 points by Los Angeles Times | Gang U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Crime Mara Salvatrucha Los Angeles Special agent Organized crime Immigration to the United States
BLM agent tells Las Vegas jury that Bundy supporters posed threat
Supporters of Cliven Bundy posed a significant threat of violence to federal authorities who tried to impound the rancher’s cattle, a Bureau of Land Management agent testified Tuesday.
110 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Federal Bureau of Investigation Jury United States Constitution Cowboy Court Trial Bureau of Land Management Special agent
Federal government denies it has broadened scope of its immigration raids
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security pushed back Monday against claims that it had broadened the scope of its immigration enforcement raids, saying that about three-quarters of the 680 immigrants arrested by federal agents last week had criminal convictions.
-2 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Crime Criminal law U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Immigration Immigration to the United States Arrest United States Special agent
Immigrants wait in fear after raids; Trump takes credit
Pastor Fred Morris looked out over his congregation Sunday as news ricocheted around the world that American authorities were rounding up immigrants in an enforcement surge that President Donald Trump promised on the campaign trail.Parishioners did not smile as on any other Sunday morning. They stared down at their feet. Others didn't attend at all.
1 points by Boston Herald | U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Barack Obama Immigration to the United States Immigration Special agent Spain Gang Donald Trump
Naperville bank on Ridgeland robbed Saturday morning
A Fifth Third Bank in Naperville was robbed Saturday morning, according to the FBI. The hold-up occurred at 10:10 a.m. at the 1311 Ridgeland Ave. branch, FBI Special Agent Garrett Coon said in an email. The suspect did not take over the facility but no other details are currently available. The...
59 points by Chicago Tribune | Federal Bureau of Investigation Bank robbery Special agent Hoodie U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement FBI Academy Waco Siege Robbery
Judge orders feds to identify agent in Cliven Bundy case
Trial against ranchers and militia members stems from 2014 battle with Bureau of Land Management.       
7159 points by USA Today | Burning Man Federal Bureau of Investigation Special agent Jury Bureau of Land Management Cowboy Supreme Court of the United States United States Congress
1 in custody following possible abduction of Illinois couple
A person is in custody following the possible abduction of an Illinois couple from a home about 140 miles west of Chicago in rural Erie.  Early Thursday, the FBI announced it had taken a person into custody. The couple was found alive and in good health.  Late Wednesday, federal agents, along with...
57 points by Chicago Tribune | English-language films Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Law enforcement agency Special agent J. Edgar Hoover Chevrolet Impala United States Department of Justice
First of 3 trials set to begin in Bundy ranch standoff
The Bundy trials will determine one of the West’s most high-profile land-use cases.       
14 points by USA Today | Federal Bureau of Investigation Jury Lawyer United States Constitution Federal government of the United States United States Department of Justice Prosecutor Special agent
Lawsuit accuses Justice Department of illegally monitoring political donations
The Justice Department was sued in federal court Tuesday on behalf of hundreds of donors whose otherwise anonymous political contributions were secretly monitored by the FBI. Attorneys filed the class-action complaint in San Francisco federal court this week on behalf of individuals who previously contributed to a now-defunct legal fund ...
711 points by The Washington Times | Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Department of Justice Federal government of the United States Supreme Court of the United States United States Special agent United States Marshals Service Fundraising
BLM misconduct probe may derail Bundy Ranch standoff trial
The agent in charge at the Bunkerville, Nev., standoff is implicated in Burning Man investigation.       
24418 points by USA Today | Burning Man United States Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation Bureau of Land Management Federal government of the United States President of the United States Impeachment in the United States Special agent
Attorneys suggest BLM agent accused of misconduct could be central to Bundy case
Defense attorneys representing men charged as co-conspirators of rancher Cliven Bundy have raised concerns that a Bureau of Land management supervisor recently acccused of ethics violations is the same person who oversaw agency officials during the armed standoff in Bunkerville in April 2014.
64 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Federal Bureau of Investigation Attorney at law Special agent Jury Legal professions Lawyer Court Cowboy
FBI seizes records from Detroit Land Bank
FBI agents visited Detroit Land Bank Authority offices and took computers and documents Wednesday.        
-2 points by Detroit Free Press | Federal Bureau of Investigation Law enforcement agency United States Michigan Detroit J. Edgar Hoover Special agent
FBI seizes records from Detroit Lank Bank
FBI agents visited Detroit Land Bank Authority offices and took computers and documents Wednesday.        
-1 points by Detroit Free Press | Federal Bureau of Investigation Law enforcement agency United States Michigan Detroit J. Edgar Hoover Special agent
After 10-year search, FBI learns convicted fraudster had quiet life as consultant in Los Angeles - but he's still at large
For years, Craig Oliver has been the subject of a national search by federal agents. Oliver pleaded guilty to defrauding dozens of D.C.-area homeowners out of more than $2.5 million, but he vanished in 2005 before a judge could send him to prison. On Monday, after a decade-long search, the FBI...
2295 points by Los Angeles Times | Federal Bureau of Investigation Fraud Home improvement Renovation Law enforcement agency Special agent J. Edgar Hoover Organized crime