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Saturday, January 8, 2011

FBI's Top Ten News Stories for the Week - Ending January 7, 2011

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FBI's Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending January 7, 2011

Washington, D.C. January 07, 2011
  • FBI National Press Office

  1. Washington Field/St. Louis: Former CIA Officer Arrested for Alleged Unauthorized Disclosure of National Defense Information and Obstruction of Justice

    Jeffrey Alexander Sterling, a former CIA officer, was arrested in St. Louis on charges that he illegally disclosed national defense information and obstructed justice. Sterling was charged with six counts of unauthorized disclosure of national defense information and one count each of unlawful retention of national defense information, mail fraud, unauthorized conveyance of government property, and obstruction of justice. Full Story
  2. New York: Hijacker of Pan American Flight 281 Sentenced in Manhattan Federal Court to 15 Years in Prison
    Luis Armando Peña Soltren was sentenced to 15 years in prison for his participation in the November 24, 1968 hijacking of Puerto Rico-bound Pan American flight 281 to Havana, Cuba. Full Story
  3. Chicago: Self-Proclaimed White Supremacist William White Convicted of Soliciting Violence Against Hale Jury Foreman
    William White, a self-proclaimed white supremacist, was convicted of soliciting violence against the foreman of a federal jury in Chicago that convicted another white supremacist, Matthew Hale, in 2004. Full Story
  4. San Diego: Brothers Plead Guilty to Their Roles in Masterminding $30 Million Ponzi Scheme and Mortgage Fraud
    Brothers Matthew "Beau" La Madrid and Lance La Madrid pled guilty to conspiracy and mail fraud charges in connection with their operation of the Plus Money Premium Return Funds and related real estate investment and mortgage fraud schemes. Full Story
  5. New Haven: Joint Law Enforcement Investigation Takes Down Alleged Drug Trafficking Rings
    Seventeen individuals were arrested and charged with various narcotics trafficking and firearms offenses related to the large-scale distribution of heroin, cocaine, and crack cocaine in Bridgeport and Hartford, Connecticut and Springfield, Massachusetts. Full Story
  6. Miami: Fort Lauderdale Man Convicted on 1974 and 1977 Child Enticement and Transportation Charges

    George England, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, was found guilty on three counts of enticement of a minor and two counts of transportation of a minor from Asia to California in 1974 and from California to Florida in 1977 for the purpose of having the minor engage in sexual acts. England brought a 4-year-old girl from Vietnam to the U.S. in the early 1970s and repeatedly sexually assaulted her for more than two decades. Full Story
  7. Headquarters/Los Angeles: Orange County RCFL Opens for Business
    FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, III, along with local area law enforcement officials, opened the Orange County Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory (OCRCFL) in a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Santa Ana, California. Full Story
  8. Baltimore: Executive Director of the Havre De Grace Housing Authority Pleads Guilty to Bribery

    George R. Robinson pled guilty to bribery of a public official. Robinson was the executive director of the Havre de Grace Housing Authority since 2002 and was responsible for managing a 60-unit public housing project when he asked a contractor for kickbacks. Full Story
  9. Norfolk: Former Member of Virginia House of Delegates Charged with Bribery and Extortion

    A jury returned an indictment charging Phillip A. Hamilton, a former member of the Virginia House of Delegates, with allegedly soliciting employees of Old Dominion University for a paid position at the same time he was introducing legislation to fund the position. Full Story
  10. Phoenix: Tuba City Man Sentenced to Seven Years for Selling Methamphetamine on Navajo Nation
    JR Tom Webster was sentenced to 84 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute five grams or more of actual methamphetamine. Full Story
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