The FBI and the Justice Department announced a multinational operation to disrupt and dismantle the malware and botnet known as Qakbot.
Mark Ridley-Thomas Sentenced to Three and One Half Years in Prison for Corruptly Securing Benefits for Son From School Via Bribery and Fraud Scheme
Mark Ridley-Thomas, a longtime politician, has been sentenced to 42 months in federal prison for a bribery and fraud scheme.
Artur Chanchikyan of Los Angeles, California, pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining $345,108 in COVID-19 pandemic relief loans.
Beverly Hills Man Arrested on Complaint Alleging He Stole More Than $1.8 Million in Jewelry and Other Goods From Guests at Luxury Hotel
Jobson Marangoni De Castro of Beverly Hills is expected to appear in federal court on a criminal complaint alleging he stole more than $1.8 million in jewelry.
Former Auditor at Newport Beach Commercial Real Estate Agency Pleads Guilty to Embezzling More Than $2.7 Million From Employer
Varun Aggarwal, a former executive at an Orange County commercial real estate agency, pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $2.7 million from his employer.
Paul Belosic of Los Angeles, California, has been charged in an indictment related to his actions during the breach of the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.
Former Mayor of Anaheim Agrees to Plead Guilty to Federal Charges Stemming From Attempted Sale of Angel Stadium
The former mayor of Anaheim has agreed to plead guilty to federal felony charges for obstructing an FBI public corruption investigation.
On the Eve of the Day Marking 20 Years Since an American Boy was Kidnapped in Mexico City, the FBI Releases New Age-Enhanced Photo and Offers Reward
The FBI is offering a reward of $20,000 in exchange for information leading to the recovery of Joshua Keshaba Sierra Garcia, an American citizen.
Eric Christie of California was found guilty in the District of Columbia of two felony offenses related to his actions during the January 6, 2021, Capitol breach.
Two U.S. Navy Service Members Arrested for Transmitting Military Information to the People’s Republic of China
In two separate cases in the Southern and Central Districts of California, two U.S. Navy servicemembers were arrested for transmitting sensitive military information to the People’s Republic of China (PRC).