Former Hawaii Senate Majority Leader, Jamie Kalani English, sentenced to 40 months in federal prison for bribery, undermining public confidence in government officials. Case highlights commitment to prosecuting corruption and holding officials accountable.
Two men, Nicholas Ochs and Nicholas DeCarlo, plead guilty to felony charges for their actions during the Jan. 6 Capitol breach, including illegal entry and defacing property. Sentencing set for Dec. 9, 2022. Ongoing investigation seeks accountability for the attack on our democracy.
Discover the details of a shocking case where an Oahu man pleaded guilty to robbing multiple banks, threatening staff, and stealing thousands of dollars. Find out the charges, penalties, and how law enforcement is ensuring justice in this investigation.
Learn about the case of a Honolulu man who pleaded guilty to sabotaging his former employer's computer network. This article emphasizes the dangers of insider threats and highlights the importance of robust cybersecurity measures. The man's motive was an attempt to secure a higher salary. Sentencing is scheduled for January 19, 2023, with a potential maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
The FBI announces results of a nationwide sex trafficking operation, identifying and locating 84 minor victims and 141 adult victims. 85 suspects arrested.
Two Maui men found guilty of racially motivated hate crimes against a white man. Verdict highlights justice system's commitment to protect against hate-driven violence. Sentencing set for March 2, 2023.
Stay informed about the November 2022 general election with this press release from the United States Attorney's Office. Learn how Assistant United States Attorneys are overseeing election day complaints and protecting voting rights.
Guam Resident Sentenced to 70 Months in Federal Prison for Bank Robbery and Failure to Update Sex Offender Registration
Guam resident sentenced to federal prison for bank robbery and failure to update sex offender registration. Details of the case and the significance of the sentencing for community safety.
Fraudster Evan Daniel Montvel-Cohen sentenced to 82 months in federal prison for identity and bank fraud scheme. Learn about the schemes, financial losses, criminal history, investigation, and the court's efforts to deter future offenders.
Former Supervisory Correctional Officer sentenced to 12 years in prison for assaulting an inmate and orchestrating a cover-up conspiracy. The case highlights the commitment to protect civil rights and hold violators accountable.