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WANTED: Officers Searching For Person Of Interest In Spartanburg Robbery

Early on the morning of October 11, 2011, a theft occurred at the OHM Food Mart on Highway 11 in Spartanburg County, SC.Investigators are attempting to identify a person of interest in this case. We are asking that you make the attached photos of this individual and the vehicle they were driving available to the [...]

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Hate Group Murders Two Tampa Homeless Men

U.S. Attorney Robert E. O’Neill announces that a federal jury today found James Robertson (32) guilty of two counts of murder in aid of racketeering. Robertson faces a mandatory penalty of life in federal prison. His sentencing hearing has not yet been scheduled. Robertson was indicted on May 22, 2008. According to testimony and evidence [...]

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Members of Florida Crack Cocaine Distribution Ring Indicted

United States Attorney Robert E. O’Neill announces the unsealing of an indictment charging Jude Sereme (27), Neheme Ductant (27), Rick Jean (25), Wilmane Jean (22), Rashid Francois (26), Fritzco Desir (23), Jophaney Hyppolite (28), and Eric Bonita (25), all residents of Miami, and Jennifer Nicole Sander (30) and Michael Dupin (29), both residents of Fort [...]

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Anderson Investigators Need Help In ID'ing Bank Robbers

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 306 Pearman Dairy Rd. Anderson, SC in reference to an armed robbery that had occurred at the South Carolina State Credit Union. Two Hispanic males, one armed with a black semi-automatic handgun walked inside the credit union and demanded money. After the suspects took an undisclosed amount of money [...]

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U.S. Marshals Arrest Man Who Threatened to Kill Wife and Cops

The U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force (FRFTF) from Pensacola apprehended a man who according to police reports said he would kill his wife, her family and law enforcement should they try to stop him. According to a report taken by the Sheriff’s Office in Santa Rosa taken earlier this week James Walter Robinson [...]

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Atlanta Man Lies to FBI About Plans to Hire Hit Man to Murder Competing Butcher

JAVIER ACOSTA-CAUDILLO, 37, of Woodstock, Georgia, pled guilty today to lying to a federal agent concerning his role in a murder-for-hire scheme. “Every day, federal agents conduct investigations of serious criminal conduct that threatens the safety of our community. Agents depend upon the honesty of the people they interview to make sure that they can [...]

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Deputies Respond to Disturbance in Enoree

Last night, Deputies were dispatched to a disturbance in the Enoree community where it was reported to dispatchers that two people had been shot. Deputies arrived on the scene to find several people who were all in a very excited and emotional state of mind. The reporting Deputy attempted to record the events that transpired [...]

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Lexington Officers Seize 73 Marijuana Plants at Indoor Growing Operation

Officers with the Lexington County Multi-Agency Narcotics Enforcement Team (NET) on Thursday, October 13 seized 73 marijuana plants, with a street value of about $73,000, after they executed a search warrant at a home on Ben Franklin Road near Leesville. Lexington County Sheriff James R. Metts said officers will obtain an arrest warrant on a [...]

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Atlanta-Area Man Arrested for Attempting to Meet Minor Child for Sex

Special Agent in Charge Brian D. Lamkin announces, on behalf of the FBI’s Northwest Georgia Safe Child Task Force, the following arrest at Ringgold, Georgia: Jessie Lipscomb, 21 years of age, of Temple, Georgia, was arrested on Monday, October 10, 2011, by FBI agents and task force officers after coming to the attention of undercover [...]

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FBI Shuts Down 18 Child Porn Websites

In another example of the increasingly international nature of crime, a man was recently indicted on federal charges of running 18 Chinese-language child pornography websites out of his apartment in Flushing, New York. The websites were being advertised to Chinese-speaking individuals in China, in the U.S., and other countries. This case serves as an example [...]

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