Texas Man Arrested for Felony and Misdemeanor Charges During Jan. 6 Capitol Breach. Read about the arrest and ongoing efforts to hold individuals accountable.
Stay updated on the Texas man's sentencing for assault on law enforcement during the Capitol breach. Learn more about his actions and the ongoing investigation.
Discover the details of the sentencing of a Pennsylvania man involved in assaulting officers during the Capitol breach on Jan. 6, 2021. Learn about his actions, the ongoing investigation, and the commitment to holding all individuals accountable.
Learn about the fraudulent activities of Christiane Kathleen Irwin, a law firm controller who defrauded her firm of $1.5 million by inflating her salary. She now faces up to 20 years in prison.
Learn about the case of Andrew Travis Johnson, a Lubbock man sentenced to 15 years in prison for a $4 million PPP fraud scheme. Understand the details and consequences of his fraudulent activities.
Court Sentences Two Oath Keepers Leaders to 18 Years in Prison on Seditious Conspiracy and Other Charges Related to U.S. Capitol Breach
Court sentences two Oath Keepers leaders to 18 years in prison for their role in the Capitol breach. Landmark decision classifies their conduct as terrorism. Justice Department committed to holding attackers accountable.
Discover the sentencing of a Collin County dentist for COVID-19 relief fraud. Learn how he obtained forgivable loans and misused funds for personal gain.
Rowlett man sentenced to 43 years in prison for stalking and murdering ex-girlfriend. Tragic case highlights the urgent need to address domestic violence.
Get the latest update on a Denton County financial advisor who pleaded guilty to federal violations. Find out about the charges, investigation, and potential sentence.
Former Texas Sheriff's Office Sergeant sentenced to 42 months in prison for using unlawful force on inmate, causing bodily injury. The case underscores the need for accountability and upholding inmates' rights in detention facilities.