Former Alaska Advanced Nurse Practitioner sentenced to 30 years for illegally prescribing opioids, resulting in multiple deaths. Severe punishment highlights the danger of opioid abuse. Collaboration between law enforcement agencies ensures public safety.
Former police officer sentenced to 37 months in federal prison for possessing child pornography. Case highlights the importance of prosecuting offenders and the commitment to protect children. No one is above the law. Reporting online child exploitation is crucial. Contact U.S. Attorney's Office or FBI Anchorage Field Office.
The FBI is seeking information about a bank robbery in Anchorage. Help identify the suspect, described as a Caucasian male, by contacting the FBI.
Minnesota Man indicted for assaulting a flight attendant and interfering with flight crew. Possible 20-year prison sentence or substantial fine.
Rural Alaska man sentenced to 12 years in prison for sexually abusing a minor. Case highlights law enforcement efforts to combat child sexual exploitation.
Anchorage man sentenced to 18 months for hate crimes and drug trafficking. Explore the case, impact of hate crimes, and dangers of drug trafficking.
An Anchorage man, Charles Rashid Malik Lee, has been convicted on drug and firearm charges after a joint investigation by the FBI and DEA. Over $54,000 worth of drugs, loaded handguns, and cash were found. Lee faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.
An Anchorage man is charged with child exploitation offenses, including attempted enticement and possession of child pornography. If convicted, he faces up to life in prison. The FBI is actively investigating and seeks information from the public.
A California man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for distributing methamphetamine and heroin through the mail. Learn about the case, the sentencing, and the efforts of law enforcement agencies to combat drug trafficking in Alaska.
Federal Grand Jury indicts Anchorage man on child pornography and attempted enticement charges. Learn more about the case and the potential penalties if convicted.