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Todd Elliott Hitt of Fairfax surrendered to the FBI on an outstanding arrest warrant in connection with being charged with having committed securities fraud.
The National Project Safe Neighborhoods initiative celebrates its one-year anniversary.
Wesley Wagner of White City, Kansas, has been found guilty of downloading child pornography from the Internet.
Anthony D. Jones of Fitchburg, Wisconsin, received eight years in prison for robbing a BP gas station.
Milad Shaker, a family practice physician, has been indicted in Pittsburgh on charges of unlawfully dispensing controlled substances and health care fraud.
Mercy O. Ainabe, a Houston, Texas-area patient recruiter, received 108 months in prison for her role in a $3.6 million Medicare fraud scheme.
Frank Saddler of Ridgeland was charged with extortion under Color of Official Right relating to his former job as a food stamp fraud investigator.
Andrew Paul Schmidt, a Fort Knox, Kentucky soldier, pleaded guilty to five counts of production of child pornography by a parent, and other child pornography crimes.
Four Louisiana businessmen have been indicted and arrested for conspiracy, paying bribes, and attempting to pay bribes to Christopher B. Epps and James Moore.
Nieves Suarez of Miami, Florida, was convicted of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and four substantive counts of health care fraud.
Dozens of individuals have been arrested on federal drug, firearms, and immigration offenses, as well as state warrants.
Duane Loyd of Buffalo pleaded guilty to bank robbery and brandishing a firearm.
Damion Christopher Alexander Brown, a Jamaican national, received 60 months in prison for a drug conspiracy and bribery of a public official.
Shenika D. Boyd of Albany was sentenced along with two others for conspiring to distribute cocaine and crack cocaine.
Mark Bieniek of Buffalo, New York, pleaded guilty to cyberstalking.
Wade Neal Barker, a Mesquite-based bariatric surgeon, admitted his role in the $200 million Forest Park Medical Center fraud.
Emmanuel Miamen of Providence, arrested for unlawfully selling four firearms, was re-arrested for witness intimidation.
Trinity Scott Johnson of Morristown, Tennessee, received 17 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and firearm possession.
One year ago, the Department of Justice announced the revitalization and enhancement of Project Safe Neighborhoods.
Jerry Jerome Yeldell of Greenwood, South Carolina, was sentenced after pleading guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition.