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64% Of Federal Arrests Were Of Non-Citizens, Justice Department Finds

Data released by the Justice Department reveals that federal arrests of non-citizens has increased exponentially over the past two decades, and account for the majority of all federal arrests. Non-citizens made up 64% of all federal arrests in 2018 despite making up only 7% of the U.S. population, according to Justice Department data released Thursday and reviewed by the Daily ...

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Border Patrol Finds Four Tons Of Marijuana Hidden In A Shipment Of Jalapenos

Border Patrol agents in California reportedly seized four tons of marijuana hidden in a shipment of jalapeno peppers Thursday. A 37-year-old male Mexican national driving a tractor-trailer reportedly drove through the port of entry at the Otay Mesa cargo facility in California with a shipment of what was thought to be jalapeno peppers, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. ...

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FBI: Marijuana Legalization Leading to Increase in Public Corruption

The FBI says that public corruption is on the increase in states that have legalized marijuana. “As an increasing number of states change their marijuana legislation, the FBI is seeing a public corruption threat emerge in the expanding cannabis industry,” Department of Justice Public Affairs Specialist Mollie Halpern said during the most recent episode of FBI This Week. “States require ...

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It’s High Noon for the American Justice System

The death of pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein puts two very real facts into play. One, his death never should have happened, and two, it is insanely obvious that his death came by nefarious means. But a third and more important fact is staring the American people in the face and there is no arguing it away. Almost immediately after Epstein’s ...

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Texas Man Convicted on Industrial Espionage Charges

A Texas man was convicted today by a federal jury in Washington D.C. of conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets. Following a nine-day trial, Shan Shi, 54, of Houston, Texas, was convicted of one count of conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets.  Shi was originally indicted in June 2017 for conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets, and ...

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Chinese businesswoman indicted on student-visa, work-visa fraud charges

CHICAGO — A Chinese businesswoman was indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday on fraud charges for allegedly providing false verifications of employment for Chinese nationals seeking to stay in the United States on student and work visas. This indictment was announced by the following agency heads: U.S. Attorney John R. Lausch Jr., Northern District of Illinois; Special Agent in ...

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Armed Bystander Shoots 7-Eleven Robbery Suspects, Killing One

An armed bystander thwarted a robbery at a 7-Eleven early Thursday in Virginia Beach by shooting both suspects, killing one, police reported. Called a “hero” by witnesses, the customer, who police say had a concealed carry permit, killed one suspect and injured another during the 2 a.m. attempted robbery, WTKR reported. “One guy went around the counter and started grabbing ...

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Indiana Brothers Indicted on Terrorism and Weapons Charges

A federal grand jury has charged brothers Moyad Dannon, 21, and Mahde Dannon, 20, both of Fishers, Indiana, with multiple firearms charges and one count of attempting to provide material support and resources, including firearms, to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), a designated foreign terrorist organization, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 2339B. The defendants are also ...

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CBP Seizes 123 Pounds of Meth & Heroin at Border Crossing

TUCSON, Ariz. –U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at Arizona’s Port of Nogales arrested a United States citizen Monday for attempting to smuggle methamphetamine and heroin through the Port of Nogales. CBP officers at the DeConcini Crossing referred a 35-year-old Peoria, Ariz. resident for further inspection of her Honda sedan following an alert by a CBP narcotics detection canine to ...

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Bat-Wielding Subway Man Threatens Armed Retired NYPD Cop. It Does Not Go Well For Him

A retired NYPD cop pulled his revolver to subdue a bat-wielding maniac threatening passengers on a city subway Wednesday. The incident occurred on the G train in Brooklyn around 7 a.m. when Brian Baska, a homeless man wielding a bat, threatened David Morales, a retired 28-year NYPD detective who happened to be carrying his revolver, the New York Post reported. ...

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Syrian Refugee Arrested on Terrorism Charges After Planning Attack on Christian Church

Mustafa Mousab Alowemer, 21, a resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was arrested today based on a federal complaint charging him with one count of attempting to provide material support and resources to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), a designated foreign terrorist organization, and two counts of distributing information relating to an explosive, destructive device, or weapon of mass ...

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ICE Homeland Security Investigations remains committed to public safety, hunting down online predators

OAKLAND, Calif. – After a two-week trial, David John Telles Jr., was sentenced Tuesday to serve 302 months in prison by a U.S. District Judge for sex crimes involving a minor. Telles, 43, of Pleasanton, Calif., was convicted on October 29, 2018, of all counts in the indictment against him: Online enticement of a minor Travel with intent to engage ...

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Ohio Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for Trying to Join ISIS | OPA

A Dayton, Ohio man was sentenced today in U.S. District Court to 180 months in prison and 25 years of supervised release for attempting, and conspiring, to join the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS). “Alebbini was determined to travel overseas for the purpose of joining ISIS and engaging in violence in support of the foreign terrorist organization,” said ...

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Darknet fentanyl dealer indicted in Dallas for selling deadly drug for bitcoin

DALLAS — An indictment against an accused darknet drug dealer, unsealed Friday, charges him with leveraging bitcoin’s apparent anonymity to sell fentanyl online. This indictment was announced by U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas Erin Nealy Cox. This case was investigated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), IRS’s Criminal Investigation Division’s Los Angeles ...

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42 arrested throughout Colorado in one of the state’s largest black-market marijuana takedowns

DENVER — Forty-two people were arrested this week in one of the largest black-market marijuana enforcement actions in Colorado history. This law enforcement action identified marijuana grows in homes across the Metro Denver area. Eight businesses were also searched. More than 80,000 marijuana plants and 4,500 pounds of finished marijuana product were seized from the locations searched. The following are ...

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