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Monday, January 24, 2011

FBI Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending January 21, 2011

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FBI’s Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending January 21, 2011
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Washington, D.C. January 21, 2011
  • FBI National Press Office 

  1. New York/Newark/Boston: Ninety-One Leaders, Members, and Associates of La Cosa Nostra Families in Four Districts Charged with Racketeering and Related Crimes, Including Murder and Extortion

    Ninety-one members and associates of seven organized crime families of La Cosa Nostra (LCN), including the New England LCN family, all five New York-based families, and the New Jersey-based Decavalcante, family were charged with federal crimes in 16 indictments returned in four judicial districts, and 36 additional defendants were charged for their roles in alleged associated criminal activity. Full Story
  2. Phoenix: Jared Lee Loughner Indicted

    A jury in Tucson returned an initial three-count indictment against Jared Lee Loughner for attempting to kill U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and two of her aides, Ron Barber and Pamela Simon. Full Story
  3. Dallas: Angelina County Man Guilty in Murder Scheme

    A 44-year-old Lufkin, Texas man pled guilty to charges related to a double homicide which took place in Nacogdoches in August 2007. Full Story

  4. Richmond: Provident Capital Indemnity, Its President, and Auditor Charged in $670 Million Fraud Scheme

    The president and the auditor of a Costa Rican company selling reinsurance bonds to life settlement companies were arrested and charged, along with the company itself, in a seven-count indictment for their alleged role in a $670 million fraud scheme. Full Story
  5. Indianapolis: Two Indicted for Setting a Residence on Fire in Henderson, Kentucky in 2007

    Lori Hargis and Leslie Vashaun White were indicted for conspiracy to set real property on fire for the purpose of collecting insurance proceeds and committing wire fraud by filing a fraudulent insurance claim. Full Story
  6. San Diego: Co-Founder of Casino-Cheating Criminal Enterprise Pleads Guilty to Racketeering Conspiracy Targeting Casinos Across the United States

    The co-founder of a criminal enterprise known as the Tran Organization pled guilty to conspiring to participate in the organization's scheme to cheat casinos across the country out of millions of dollars. Full Story
  7. Houston: Two Owners of Houston Health Care Company Plead Guilty in Massive Fraud Scheme

    Clifford Ubani and Princewill Njoku, who owned a Houston health care company, pled guilty in connection with an alleged $5.2 million Medicare fraud scheme. Full Story
  8. Cleveland: Inmate Who Ran a Quarter-Million-Dollar Identity Theft Ring from Inside Federal Prison Receives an Additional 14.5 Years in Prison

    Dimorio McDowell, who had previously been sentenced to prison for identity theft, wire fraud, and bank fraud charges, was sentenced to serve and additional 14 years in prison for leading an identity-theft ring from prison that ran up a quarter-million dollars worth of charges. Full Story
  9. Jackson: Two Mississippi Lawyers Plead Guilty to Conspiracy and Fraud Charges

    Charles H. Evans, Jr. and his brother, Jon Christopher Evans, pled guilty to conspiracy to commit money laundering and bank fraud charges. Full Story

  10. Chicago: Former Chicago Hedge Fund Manager Allegedly Swindled More Than $3.5 Million from 48 Victims in Investment Fraud Scheme

    James Brandolino, a former hedge fund manager, was taken into federal custody after he turned himself in for allegedly engaging in an investment fraud scheme in which he swindled more than $3.5 million from approximately 48 victims who invested in funds he purported to operate. Full Story
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