RIDGELAND, Miss. (AP) — A former Jackson Public School band volunteer and bus driver has pleaded guilty to producing child pornography, authorities said. Jerrell Lea’Shun Jackson, 34, took young girls to his Ridgeland apartment and recorded himself engaging in sexual conduct with them, court documents state.
A former Ridgway physician has agreed to forgo practicing medicine and pay a penalty to resolve a civil case that he allegedly was prescribing controlled substances without a license, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado. The attorney’s office said that former Dr. Loren David Sherwood had been unlawfully prescribing controlled substances for nine months after his license to practice had expired, and he formally closed his clinic in February 2018.
Official say Keith Alan Seguin received over $2 million in bribes A San Antonio plead guilty on Tuesday in a multimillion-dollar bribery and government contract fraud scheme, according to The United States Attorney’s Office. The attorney’s office said Keith Alan Seguin, a former civilian employee at the Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, admitted to receiving more than $2.3 million in bribes in connection with a government contract fraud scheme.
ST. LOUIS – The U.S. Attorney’s Office is committed to ensuring the just treatment of all people and wants the public to be aware of the problem affecting communities throughout the Eastern District of Missouri. An estimated 1 in 10 adults aged 60 years of age or older experience some type of abuse annually in the United States.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Just hours after the announcement of dozens of arrests from “Operation Ceasefire”, Little Rock saw one of its most violent nights in weeks; two shootings, one stabbing, and a homicide. “Ceasefire” was a campaign by local and federal law enforcement agencies to crackdown on violence.
SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A San Antonio man has been indicted by the Southern District of Texas U.S. Attorney’s Office on Tuesday. 24-year-old Jonathan Nunez-Gamboa is accused of attempting to smuggle 9.6 kilograms of cocaine into the United States from Mexico. The U.S. Attorney’s Office said Nunez-Gamboa attempted to apply for entry on May 26 at Lincoln-Juarez bridge Port of Entry in Laredo.
Two men who previously pled guilty to charges of possession with intent to distribute more than 500 grams of meth received their sentencing Tuesday. Jose Guadalupe Mendez, 41, and Johnathan Ivan Torres, 22, were sentenced to 67 months in prison and 120 months in prison, respectively.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday named his picks to serve as judges on the federal bench in Connecticut, including one prosecutor who could be the first person of South Asian descent to serve in the state’s federal courts. The Connecticut lawyers, who still face confirmation in the U.S. Senate, are Sarah A.L.
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Acting U.S. Attorney Reminds Seniors to be Vigilant NASHVILLE (STL.News) Acting U.S. Attorney Mary Jane Stewart today, reminded the elderly and those responsible for their care to be cautious and vigilant in their financial and healthcare affairs to prevent them from becoming victims of scams and other abuses which target elderly and vulnerable populations.
A Millport man faces between 15 and 40 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to receiving child pornography. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, John Carling knowingly received pictures of a minor victim that was acquainted with his family. The 47-year old is a registered sex offender after being convicted in 1999 of a sexual offense.
What is embezzlement? The longtime office and payroll manager at a medical practice in Georgia accused of embezzling funds to pay her mortgage and credit card debt was sentenced to prison Monday. Shirley Ann Taylor, 65, was given two years and nine months in prison during a federal sentencing hearing in the Southern District of Georgia, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
COLUMBUS, Ga. – A Columbus man pled guilty to a bank robbery with a note that said he had a gun and a cheer for the University of Georgia while demanding cash from a SunTrust Bank (now Truist Bank) teller, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Georgia.
Protect Week 2021 Launches on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Baltimore, Maryland – The U.S. Attorney’s Office is partnering with Project SAFE and the PROTECT Week Coalition to help seniors in Maryland avoid falling victim to financial exploitation. PROTECT Week, held June 14-18, 2021, offers opportunities to learn about the many forms of abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation of older Marylanders.
A Norwich man faces a minimum of 35 years in federal prison for sexually abusing children and creating and possessing child pornography. According to the US Attorney’s Office, 34-year-old Patrick Kain created sexually explicit images and video of 3 children, all about 5 years old, between 2016 and 2019.
A man who took part in a tax and insurance fraud scheme that victimized thousands of U.S. Navy sailors in San Diego County was sentenced Monday to nearly one year of house arrest and ordered to pay $500,000 in restitution. Paul Flanagan, 56, ran Go Navy Tax Services along with co-defendants Ranjit Kalsi, 54, and Gregory Martin, 51.