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Former Chief of Staff Scott Fawell explains what the former governor can expect when he leaves a federal prison in Indiana. Phil Rogers reports.
Former Supervisor at Georgia Prison Third to Plead Guilty to Conspiring with Other Officers to Assault and Injure Inmates
WASHINGTON—Emmett McKenzie, 31, from Montezuma, Georgia, formerly a sergeant at Macon State Prison in Oglethorpe, Georgia, pleaded guilty to conspiring with other correctional officers to violate the civil rights of an inmate in 2010, the Justice Department Announced today. McKenzie, who most recently served as a lieutenant at Dooly State Prison in Unadilla, Georgia, is the third officer to plead guilty in the course of the ongoing federal investigation.
Eight Self-Identified ‘Boy Lovers’ Sentenced to Federal Prison for Sexual Exploitation Crimes After FBI Investigation
CHICAGO—Three years after several self-identified “boylovers,” who met in person and online to discuss their sexual interest in children and trade child pornography, were arrested in an FBI sting during or soon after a purported party at a hotel in suburban Skokie, a total of eight defendants have been convicted and sentenced to federal prison terms as a result of the investigation. The sentences ranged from nine years for a suburban Crest Hill man sentenced last week in Chicago to 120 years for a Missouri man sentenced last year in St.
Will County Couple Sentenced to Federal Prison Terms for Investment Fraud Scheme That Swindled 40 Victims of $1 Million
CHICAGO—A Will County couple has been sentenced to federal prison terms for engaging in a brazen investment fraud scheme that swindled more than $1 million from approximately 40 victims, causing some of them to lose their homes and financial security while the couple spent the money primarily on themselves. JAMES PILON was sentenced today to 53 months in prison, while his wife, VERNA PILON, was sentenced last week to 78 months in prison, and they were ordered to pay $967,702 in restitution.
Aryan Brotherhood of Texas Gang Leader Sentenced in Houston for Violent Crimes in Aid of Racketeering
WASHINGTON—A high-ranking member of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas (ABT) was sentenced today for his role in an aggravated assault that took place in Tomball, Texas, in September 2008, announced Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S.
HOUSTON—Jerald Bland, aka “Moe Betta,” 30, of Houston, has been handed more than nine years in federal prison following his conviction of transportation of a woman for commercial sex, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today. Bland pleaded guilty January 3, 2012.
NORFOLK, VA—A federal grand jury in the Eastern District of Virginia has returned a second superseding indictment charging five men from Somalia with engaging in piracy and related offenses pertaining to the attack on the U.S. Navy ship, the USS Ashland.
MEDFORD, OR—U.S. District Judge Owen M.
CHICAGO—Two suburban men were sentenced to federal prison in unrelated child pornography cases, federal law enforcement officials announced today. Lubos Albrecht, 25, formerly of Lockport, was sentenced today to 12 years and seven months in prison for transporting and possessing child pornography.
Admitted Associate of New England La Cosa Nostra Sentenced to Prison for Participation in Hobbs Act Extortion Conspiracy
WASHINGTON—Albino “Albie” Folcarelli, 54, of Johnston, Rhode Island, an admitted associate of the New England La Cosa Nostra (NELCN), was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Providence, Rhode Island, today to serve 84 months in federal prison for his participation in an extortion conspiracy to extort $25,000 from a Rhode Island individual by using implied threats of violence, including visits to the individual’s place of employment and home.