New Orleans man indicted for federal gun and drug offenses. Charges include possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession of a firearm in connection with a drug crime. Learn more about the case and potential penalties.
New Orleans man, Gerard Turner, indicted on federal gun and drug charges. Includes possession of firearm and machinegun, drug distribution, and penalties. Part of Project Safe Neighborhoods program. Investigated by FBI, prosecution led by Assistant US Attorney. Contact for more info.
Baton Rouge man sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for wire fraud. Learn about the crime, investigation, sentencing, and impact on the victim. Discover ways to prevent wire fraud.
Learn about the case of a New Orleans man, Donald Hale, who pleaded guilty to a federal gun charge. Discover the background, arrest, investigation, and legal consequences. This case falls under the jurisdiction of Project Safe Neighborhoods and aims to reduce violent crime and gun violence in communities. Contact the U.S. Attorney's Office for more information.
FBI Announces Results of Nationwide Sex Trafficking Operation: Operation Cross Country XIII Leads to Identification/Location of Adolescent Victims
Learn about the results of Operation Cross Country XIII, a nationwide sex trafficking operation by the FBI. Adolescent victims were identified and located, offenders were apprehended, and criminal networks were dismantled. Help combat child exploitation and human trafficking.
Two Charged with Defrauding Buyer of Personal Protective Equipment During Height of Covid-19 Pandemic
Two individuals charged with defrauding buyers of personal protective equipment during the Covid-19 pandemic. Find out more about their alleged scam.
Federal Grand Jury Indicts New Orleans Man for Felon Possessing Firearm. Teddy Nathan now faces charges with potential penalties of up to 15 years imprisonment and a $250,000 fine. Learn more about the case and the role of Project Safe Neighborhoods.
New Orleans Man Sentenced After Pleading Guilty to Violating the Federal Controlled Substances Act and the Federal Gun Control Act
Learn about the recent case of Kendale Adams, a man sentenced to 151 months in prison for violating the Federal Controlled Substances Act and the Federal Gun Control Act. This article explores the charges, Adams's criminal history, and the importance of enforcing these laws for public safety.
New Orleans woman pleads guilty to federal controlled substances and gun control violations. Learn about the charges, penalties, and law enforcement efforts in this informative post.
Five individuals have been indicted for conspiring to stage automobile accidents in New Orleans. Learn about the charges, penalties, and the role of law enforcement agencies in this comprehensive informational post.