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Guatemalan Drug Kingpin Sentenced to 31 Years for Armed Cocaine Trafficking

April 20, 2010
A federal judge sentenced Jorge Mario Paredes-Cordova to 31 years in prison for leading an armed cocaine trafficking organization that imported ton-quantities into the U.S.

Inmates Bilk Uncle Sam for Millions with Tax Scams

April 15, 2010
Investigators say Monroe County jail inmates in Key West had been filing false tax return forms for jobs they never had as far back as 2004, and getting thousands of dollars a pop in refund checks.

Feds Bust BGF Heroin Ring at Baltimore Outreach Center

April 14, 2010
The employees are suspected of operating the center to extend the influence of the Black Guerrilla Family.

Native Gangster Disciples Leader Sentenced In ATF Gun Case

April 6, 2010
The leader of the Minnesota-based Native Gangster Disciples has been sentenced to more than nine years in prison for a felony weapons charge as part of the the ongoing investigation by U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives of the street gang.

Brutal Murders Spurred Biker Boss to Work with Feds

April 1, 2010
The heinous 2002 execution-style slayings of a Livonia, Mich., jeweler and his family provided federal agents a key informant in major crackdowns on two Detroit-area motorcycle gangs.

Prison Gang Boss Arrested in Consulate Killings in Juarez

March 30, 2010
Mexican authorities have arrested a leader of a bi-national prison gang for the mid-March killings of three people associated with the U.S. consulate in Ciudad Juarez.
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Smugglers Using Barbed Wire Traps Against Border Agents

March 30, 2010
The devices consist of barbed wire stretched like clotheslines across trails used by agents on all-terrain vehicles. The lines, which are difficult to spot, are about four feet off the ground and appear to be intended to knock a rider off the ATV. There have been no known injuries.

Judge Allows Law Students to Sue on Behalf of Aryan Brotherhood Leader

March 25, 2010
University of Denver law students will be able to continue their legal fight to help a Supermax prison inmate said to be the longest ever held in isolation in a U.S. prison, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.

Gang Members Threaten El Paso Officers

March 25, 2010
The Barrio Azteca gang could be plotting to kill El Paso law enforcement officers in retaliation for a recent crackdown on gang members, an alert issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security warned.

El Paso Area Agencies Seek Federal Grant to Combat Border Crime

March 23, 2010
The El Paso Police Department is teaming up with a handful of other law enforcement agencies to seek a $5 million federal grant to fight crime along the border.
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