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The Hartford CourantOne man was sentenced and another pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District court for their involvement in an illegal gambling ring based in Stamford. John Liquori, 43, was sentenced to 1 1/2 years in prison followed by three years supervised release for...
Tags: Prisons, FBI, Punishment, Lawyers, Lifestyle and Leisure
A 56-year-old Sunland man has been arrested on charges that he allegedly used stolen credit cards to pay for gasoline and diesel fuel that he then dumped into tanker trucks and sold on the black market, police said. U.S. Marshals took Hamlet Ayvazyan...
Tags: Diesel Fuel, Theft, Google Inc., Credit and Debt
Federal authorities on Wednesday designated six reputed members of the notorious Mara Salvatrucha street gang, which was founded in Los Angeles, as leaders of a transnational criminal organization. The designation by the U.S. Department of the...
Two women are facing extortion charges after holding a cellphone for $3,000 ransom and threatening to sell information contained in it to the celebrity-gossip website TMZ, police reports show. Sonia Brown, 35, and Chloe McQueen, 23, both of Miami,...
It's an arresting idea, so to speak. Round up 18,000 members of the Gangster Disciples street gang and put them behind bars awaiting trial. On what charges? "Drug dealing," said U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., when he first publicly advanced the notion...
A 30-year-old woman allegedly tried smuggling what she thought to be clean urine to a meeting with her probation officer last month but, according to court records, the officer found the urine — which came back positive for drugs. Sarah Jane Werley...
We had some questions for Robert Weintraub, whose new book is “The Victory Season: The End of World War II and the Birth of Baseball’s Golden Age.” Weintraub will appear on the panel “Sports Stories” at the Printers Row...
A prison inmate was recently charged with smuggling drugs into Monroe County Prison by stashing them in his anus, according to court records. Jose Alberto Hernandez-Tirado, 33, of Saylorsburg, was sentenced on April 30, and a few days later, correctional...
Tags: Prisons, Drug Trafficking, Prosecution, Heroin
The Hartford CourantReporters apply weekly for press credentials. Prosecutors want prospective jurors screened for criminal histories. The defense wants the names of the government's army of informants. The cafeteria is girding for unprecedented crowds. The countdown to...
Tags: Laws, Prosecution, Justice System, Judges, Trials
Federal authorities say two women smuggled cocaine to Orlando by swallowing pellets of the drug and hiding the narcotic inside their bodies. According to a criminal complaint, customs agents stopped Kyra Alston and Elouda Williams on May 29 when they...
Crime may not pay, but ferreting out financial crime does. And who else would know that but the South Florida-based Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists? South Florida, which has been a haven for fraud, money laundering, identity...
SANFORD —Three months after arresting and tagging Kelly Mathis as the mastermind behind a veterans charity that prosecutors say was actually a $300 million gambling operation, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement has re-seized the computer...
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