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Man Allegedly Put Out Hit on West Virginia Lt.

April 28, 2014
Darrell Emmett Carter Jr., also known as "DJ," was arraigned from South Central Regional Jail on Solicitation to Commit Certain Felonies Monday morning in Kanawha County Magistrate Court.

Ex-Soldiers Arrested In DEA Murder Plot

September 27, 2013
Two former U.S. Army solders who planned to kill a Drug Enforcement Administration agent and informant for Colombian drug lords have been arrested and are being returned to New York to face charges, the DEA announced today.

Juarez Cartel Leader Gets Life In U.S. Consulate Murders

April 6, 2012
The former Mexican police officer and Juarez Cartel leader who ordered the murders of three U.S. Consulate officials in 2010 was sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty today.

Feds Arrest Army Soldiers In Murder-for-Hire Plot

March 27, 2012
Federal agents have arrested a current and former U.S. Army soldier who offered to steal weapons from Fort Carson, Colo., and organize a hit squad financed by a Mexican drug cartel.

No Bail for Police Online Bounty Suspect

March 6, 2012
The U.S. Attorney's Office in eastern Missouri has charged a Maplewood man in a murder-for-hire scheme after he posted a Craigslist ad offering $1 million bounties on local officers.

Feds Investigate Hitman for Hire Website

February 28, 2012
An FBI investigation of HitmanForHire.net revealed more about the people enticed by its promises than the man behind it.

Elite Chicago Cops Face Charges In Shakedowns, Plotting Murder of Fellow Officer

April 7, 2011
Jerome Finnigan and three former Chicago PD officers who were members of the disbanded Special Operations Section (SOS) were charged today for allegedly concealing unlawful searches or arrests in which they stole hordes of cash. Prosecutors say Finnigan planned to murder a former officer he believed would testify against him.

Indictment Offers Details of 18th Street Gang's Workings

June 18, 2009
A court document charges about 40 members and associates of the Columbia Lil Cycos -- a clique of the 18th Street gang -- with being involved in a racketeering conspiracy that allegedly involved murder, drug trafficking, money laundering, kidnapping, and other crimes.

Feds Arrest More Members of LA Latino Gang

June 17, 2009

FBI agents and Los Angeles police officers arrested at least eight of those named in a racketeering indictment, officials said. Several more of the 39 members and associates of the 18th Street Columbia Lil Cycos clique were already in state and federal custody.

Police: U.S. teens Were Hit Men for Mexican Cartel

March 13, 2009
Rosalio Reta and his friend, Gabriel Cardona, were members of a three-person cell of American teenagers working as cartel hit men in the United States, according to prosecutors. The third was arrested by Mexican authorities and stabbed to death in prison there three days later.

Georgia Cold Case Squad Cracks First Case

January 8, 2009
The Gwinnett County Police Department’s newly minted cold case squad has cracked its first case — a 2007 fatal shooting of a Norcross teenager who was working at a gas station.

L.A. Sheriff's Deputy Gunned Down Outside Family Home, Investigators Suspect Mexican Mafia

August 4, 2008
A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy gunned down Saturday outside his boyhood home in Cypress Park had been assigned to guard the most dangerous inmates in the county, including members of the notorious Mexican Mafia gang, authorities said Sunday.

Man in Witness Protection Murdered in California

March 11, 2008
The bullet riddled body of a man was found in a Sonoma County beach parking lot last week. Authorities say the man was a protected witness, and he was kidnapped and killed to prevent him from testifying against alleged gang members.
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