Get the details on the sentencing of Brian Riggs, a Navajo Nation member, to 30 years in prison for second-degree murder. Learn about the investigation and legal proceedings in this case.
Charges brought in a missing person investigation involving Preston Henry Tolth. Indictment includes assault and carjacking resulting in serious bodily injury. Learn more about the case and the ongoing investigation.
Discover the shocking case of a darknet vendor sentenced to prison for distributing fentanyl-laced pills. Learn about the risks of the darknet market and its role in the illegal drug trade. #Darknet #Fentanyl #OnlineCrime
Discover how victim specialists, like Blanda Preston, provide essential support to crime victims on indigenous lands. Learn about their vital role in navigating the complex process and accessing necessary services, as well as their cultural understanding and expertise.
Yuma contractor Isrrael Millan sentenced to 87 months in prison for insurance fraud. Millan staged accidents and flooded homes to submit false claims. FBI investigation leads to conviction.
Discover how to apply for the FBI Phoenix Teen Academy and gain exclusive behind-the-scenes knowledge about the FBI and its operations. Open to upcoming high school juniors and seniors in Arizona, this one-day program offers hands-on training and interaction with FBI agents. Don't miss the chance to explore diverse career paths and deepen your understanding of the FBI's mission. Apply before May 24, 2023, at the FBI Phoenix website.
Man Pleads Guilty To Making Threats To Maricopa County Election Official and To Official With Office of Arizona Attorney General
Man pleads guilty to making threats to Maricopa County election official and Office of Arizona Attorney General. Threats against election workers will be taken seriously and result in legal consequences. The importance of protecting election workers and preserving the integrity of our elections. FBI investigation and involvement. Justice Department's Election Threats Task Force. Contact information for reporting threats. Other related cases. Upholding the principles of democracy.
British American Tobacco and Its Subsidiary Agree to $629 Million Penalty in Bank Fraud and Sanctions Violations Case
British American Tobacco and its subsidiary face a $629 million penalty for bank fraud and sanctions violations related to their illegal business dealings with North Korea. This article provides an overview of the charges, the plea agreements, and the government's efforts to combat illicit funding.
Disruptive Technology Strike Force announces criminal charges and arrests in five cases, protecting US technology and safeguarding national security.
Learn about the recent case of hacker Chirag Patel, who was sentenced to 51 months in prison for stealing customer credit card numbers. Discover the details of his crimes and the impact on the company and its customers. Understand the importance of cybersecurity measures in preventing such breaches and protecting sensitive information.