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FBI Agents Cheated on Operational Exam, DOJ Acknowledges

September 27, 2010
FBI Director Robert Mueller acknowledged in a statement posted on the FBI website on Monday that the cheating may be more widespread that the four field offices under investigation.

Violent Crime and Property Crime Fall Again, FBI Says

September 13, 2010
Violent crime fell an estimated 5.3 percent drop in 2009 from 2008. Property crime fell for a seventh straight year with an estimated 4.6 percent decrease.

LAPD, FBI Take Down Blood Clique

August 26, 2010
Federal agents and police swept into a South Los Angeles housing project Wednesday and arrested dozens of alleged gang members indicted on federal racketeering charges for murder, drug dealing and assaults, law enforcement officials said.

Former FBI Agent Accused of Planning to Kill Estranged Wife, Another Agent

August 26, 2010
The FBI deemed former special agent Carlos Ortiz "erratic and dangerous for years," an assessment that culminated Wednesday in his firing and arrest. Ortiz, 48, is accused of threatening to kill his estranged wife, who is a bureau analyst, and the head of the Dallas FBI field office.

Top PCP Distributor In D.C. Gets Life Sentence

August 6, 2010
Lonnell Glover, 48, was sentenced to life imprisonment for his role as leader of a Phencyclidine (PCP) and heroin distribution organization in the District of Columbia and Maryland. With two years of investigation, the FBI revealed that Glover was one of the largest regional suppliers of PCP and heroin in the area.

Wisconsin Tribal Drug Investigation Adds Two More Convictions

July 14, 2010
Twenty-four defendants have now been sentenced as a result of this investigation into drug dealing on St. Croix tribal lands.

National LE Museum Acquires J. Edgar Hoover Material

July 8, 2010
Through a donation from the J. Edgar Hoover Foundation, the museum has acquired more than 2,000 items from Hoover's estate, including numerous items that relate to his personal and professional life, specifically his tenure as director of the FBI from 1924 to 1972.

FBI Searches for Three New York Gang Members Wanted on Narcotics Charges

July 2, 2010
Wanted posters listing the names of the fugitives and those that have been captured has been made available to the public. Those who were indicted are suspected to be members of the Bloods and Latin Kings gangs.

Virginia MS-13 Member Gets 20-Year Sentence for Pimp's Slaying

June 8, 2010
Portillo and Arguera fatally shot Luna three times. Portillo fired two of the three fatal shots—one to Luna's chest and a second contact wound to Luna's head. A third shot entered the left side of Luna's back and exited his chest.

Detroit Highwaymen OMG Leaders Found Guilty of Multiple Charges

June 4, 2010
Prosecutors were able to prove the violent nature of the club when witnesses testified to a range of criminal activity including armed robbery, attempted murder, conspiracies to kill witnesses, use of firearms during acts of violence, and the distribution of large amounts of marijuana, cocaine, and steroids.

FBI Reports U.S. Crime Decline In 2009

May 24, 2010
Violent crimes fell 5.5 percent and property crimes declined 4.9 percent compared with 2008, according to the preliminary report. An overall decline in reported crimes came for the third straight year.

S.C. Sheriff Sold Drugs Out of Agency SUV, Protected Dealers

May 4, 2010
The FBI described Melvin as a "middle man" who talked about arresting drug traffickers to confiscate their drugs for re-sale. Federal agents obtained wire-tap recordings of Melvin talking to two dealers on his cell phone.

Times Square SUV With Bomb Materials Sold In Cash Deal

May 3, 2010
Authorities interviewed the owner of the vehicle, who said the1993 Nissan Pathfinder was sold on Craigslist during a transaction that occurred in a Connecticut shopping mall. The seller couldn't remember the name of the purchaser, and told authorities he was either Middle Eastern or Hispanic.

N.C. Jury Imposes Death Penalty on MS-13 Leader

April 29, 2010
The 25-year-old Alejandro Enrique Ramirez Umana (a.k.a. "Wizard") shot and killed two brothers in December 2007 in Guilford County, N.C.

FBI Agent in Hutaree Case Not Prepared to Testify

April 28, 2010
Agent Leslie Larsen didn't bring her notes on the case, and was scolded by the federal district judge, who said she shared the defense's frustration that Larsen "doesn't know anything."

Feds Seized Bomb Manuals, Steroids In Hutaree Raid

April 13, 2010
Federal agents collected bomb-making manuals, suspected steroids, and a copy of Adolph Hitler's "My New Order" during the late-March raid of the Hutaree Militia.

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.

Raids Aim to Find Killers of 3 in Mexico

March 18, 2010
Some 200 American law enforcement agents cracked down Thursday morning on a notorious gang in El Paso, Texas, in an attempt to determine whether its heavily armed members were behind the shooting deaths of three people connected to the American consulate in Ciudad Juarez over the weekend.

FBI Opens Two Investigations Into Conduct of New Orleans Police After Katrina

March 4, 2010
The FBI announced Thursday morning that it has opened two new civil rights investigations into the post-Katrina actions of New Orleans police officers, adding to a growing list of inquiries.

N.Y. Subway Bombing Planner Zazi Enters Guilty Plea, Cooperates With Authorities

February 22, 2010
Najibullah Zazi, the Afghan immigrant who planned to blow up the New York subway, entered a guilty plea and has begun providing information to authorities.
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