Connecticut New: Indictments Charge 16 Individuals with Drug Trafficking Offenses

Connecticut – John H. Durham, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, Brian C. Turner, Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Bridgeport Police Chief Armando J. Perez announced, today announced that 16 individuals have been charged with federal offenses related to the distribution of heroin, cocaine, crack and opioids … Continue reading Connecticut New: Indictments Charge 16 Individuals with Drug Trafficking Offenses

Illinois News: PEORIA, Christopher Brackett, Former Cable Show Hunter Indicted on Charges of Poaching Deer

PEORIA, Ill. – A grand jury today indicted an East Peoria, Ill., man, who self-produced and starred in his own cable hunting show, on charges that he illegally killed more deer than permitted in Indiana. The indictment against Christopher Brackett, 41, whose program, “Fear No Evil,” aired on the Outdoor Channel, alleges that Brackett engaged … Continue reading Illinois News: PEORIA, Christopher Brackett, Former Cable Show Hunter Indicted on Charges of Poaching Deer

NEW YORK | Witness: El Chapo got police escort after escape

NEW YORK — When the notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was Mexico’s most-wanted fugitive in 2001 following a prison breakout, he was startled to see a police motorcycle pull in front of a car carrying him as it reached the outskirts of Mexico City. A loyal drug cartel lieutenant behind the wheel explained … Continue reading NEW YORK | Witness: El Chapo got police escort after escape

LOS ANGELES | Fire claims popular recreation spots in Southern California

LOS ANGELES— Southern California residents faced with the loss of lives and homes in a huge wildfire also are grappling with the destruction of a vast swath of public lands that are popular destinations for hikers, horseback riders and mountain bikers. The Woolsey Fire has charred more than 83 percent of National Park Service land … Continue reading LOS ANGELES | Fire claims popular recreation spots in Southern California

North Carolina News: CHARLOTTE, Four Mexican Nationals With Prior Deportations Are Sentenced For Illegal Reentry

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Four Mexican nationals were sentenced today in federal court in Charlotte for illegally reentering the United States after being deported, announced Andrew Murray, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina. U.S. District Judge Robert J. Conrad, Jr. presided over the sentencings. The four defendants will also be subject to deportation … Continue reading North Carolina News: CHARLOTTE, Four Mexican Nationals With Prior Deportations Are Sentenced For Illegal Reentry

Louisiana News: NEW ORLEANS, Eastside Hollygrove Drug Traffickers Plead Guilty

NEW ORLEANS, La. – The U.S. Attorney’s Office, EDLA announced yesterday that DONALD MARCELIN, a/k/a “Snook,” a/k/a “Black,” a/k/a “Golfer,” age 41, and LANCE STOVALL, a/k/a “Lele,” a/k/a “Allen,” age 28, both of New Orleans, pleaded guilty today to conspiring to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute heroin and fentanyl. On MARCELIN’s drug … Continue reading Louisiana News: NEW ORLEANS, Eastside Hollygrove Drug Traffickers Plead Guilty

SYRACUSE, N.Y. | Former Syracuse All-American Tim Green says he has ALS

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Former Syracuse and NFL defensive lineman Tim Green has revealed he has Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Green wrote in a Facebook post Wednesday night that for the past five years he’s been coping with “neurological problems” in his hands. He says doctors first thought the damage his elbows had received during his playing … Continue reading SYRACUSE, N.Y. | Former Syracuse All-American Tim Green says he has ALS

United States News: Two Cuban nationals indicted for using skimmers to steal identities and make fake credit cards, which they used to make purchases at stores in Mentor, Canton, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Falls and Oakwood Village

United States – Two Cuban nationals from Miami were indicted for using credit card skimmers to steal identities and make fake credit cards, which they used to make purchases at Sam’s Club stores in Mentor, Canton, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Falls, Oakwood Village and elsewhere. Silvio Leon, 45, and Pablo Arrechavaleta, 41, were indicted for conspiracy to … Continue reading United States News: Two Cuban nationals indicted for using skimmers to steal identities and make fake credit cards, which they used to make purchases at stores in Mentor, Canton, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Falls and Oakwood Village