US Marshals Service
Adrian O. Pena allegedly abused the Securus system by simply uploading blank documents and pretending he had authority to track people he had personal relationships with and their spouses.
A "hillbilly county jail" in Oklahoma has been linked to multiple coronavirus hot spots in the federal Bureau of Prisons.
Now's your chance to drop several hundred dollars on a hat commemorating the infamous scam event.
A DJ planned a makeshift sting operation after recognizing Ronald Duby Jr.—a karaoke regular—was the US Marshal's "Fugitive of the Week."
Monica Velsaco allegedly helped manage her family’s criminal ring, which prosecutors say smuggled “huge quantities” of marijuana into the US, kidnapped victims for ransom, and ripped off rival traffickers to sell their stolen drugs.
More than $17 million worth of the cryptocurrency seized from the internet marketplace was up for sale for qualified bidders.
Qualified individuals will have 12 hours to bid on more than $17 million worth of the cryptocurrency in an online auction on June 27.