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Sunday, January 30, 2011

FBI Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending January 28, 2011


FBI’s Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending January 28, 2011

Washington, D.C. January 28, 2011
  • FBI National Press Office 
Press Release
  1. Honolulu: Hawaii Man Sentenced to 32 Years in Prison for Providing Defense Information and Services to People’s Republic of China

    Noshir S. Gowadia was sentenced to 32 years in prison for communicating classified national defense information to the People’s Republic of China, illegally exporting military technical data, as well as money laundering, filing false tax returns and other offenses. Full Story
  2. Headquarters: Search Warrants Executed in the United States as Part of Ongoing Cyber Investigation

    FBI agents executed more than 40 search warrants throughout the United States as part of an ongoing investigation into recent coordinated cyber attacks against major companies and organizations. Additionally, the United Kingdom’s Metropolitan Police Service executed search warrants and arrested five people for their alleged role in the attacks. Full Story
  3. San Juan: One Doctor and 532 Individuals Indicted for Mail and Social Security Fraud Conspiracy

    A jury issued a 709-count indictment, charging 533 defendants with mail fraud conspiracy, mail fraud, social security fraud and one forfeiture count. The victim of the offenses charged in the indictment was American Family Life Assurance Company, which paid out more than $6 million to its policyholders as a result of the fraudulent scheme. Full Story

  4. Detroit: Leader of the Detroit Highwaymen Sentenced to 37 Years in Prison

    Aref “Scarface” Nagi, former leader of the Detroit Highwaymen Motorcycle Club, was sentenced to 37 years in federal prison after being found guilty on a variety of charges, including conspiracy to violate federal racketeering laws and conspiracy to commit murder, along with controlled substance, stolen property and firearm violations. Full Story
  5. New York: Manhattan U.S. Attorney Charges Ann Pettway with 1987 Kidnapping from Harlem Hospital

    Annugetta Pettway, a/k/a “Ann Pettway,” was charged with kidnapping in connection with the 1987 abduction of a 19-day-old girl from Harlem Hospital in Manhattan. Pettway, was arrested in Bridgeport, Conn. and was presented in Manhattan federal court. Full Story
  6. Charlotte: Man Wanted for More Than a Decade Nabbed After Profile Airs on National TV

    A man on the run for more than a decade was arrested in Rockwell, Texas after investigators received tip calls from viewers of America’s Most Wanted. Jack Allen Poteat was wanted on a federal Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution warrant based on charges in Union County, N.C. Full Story
  7. Minneapolis: Federal Fugitive Arrested

    SAC Ralph Boelter announced the arrest of Cruze Anthony White. White was a federal fugitive charged by criminal complaint on Nov. 17, 2010, for one count of murder in the second degree and two counts of assault with intent to commit murder. Full Story
  8. Phoenix: Valley Man Indicted for Possessing and Transporting Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs)

    A jury returned a three-count indictment against Jeffrey Harbin for possession of unregistered destructive devices and the unlawful transportation of explosive material. Full Story

  9. San Diego: Border Corruption Task Force Arrests Fugitive

    SAC Keith Slotter announced the arrest of Marcos Gerardo Manzano Sr., who was taken into custody after he self-surrendered to agents assigned to the Border Corruption Task Force. Manzano was arrested in the vicinity of the Chula Vista Border Patrol Station without incident. Full Story
  10. Atlanta: Former Fulton County Sheriff’s Deputy Sentenced to Prison for Corruption and Drug Charges

    Anthony C. Atwater was sentenced to six years in prison on corruption and drug charges. U.S. Attorney Sally Quillian Yates said, “While dressed in his uniform, this former law enforcement officer sold out his badge to people he knew as drug dealers, and chose to protect them rather than the citizens.” Full Story
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