TX Mexican Mafia make FBI Top 10 List #2 & #3.

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    FBI’s Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending July 8, 2011

    1. New York: Accused al Shabaab Leader Charged with Providing Material Support to al Shabaab and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
    Ahmed Abdulkadir Warsame was indicted on charges of providing material support to two designated foreign terrorist organizations, as well as conspiring to teach and demonstrate the making of explosives and possessing firearms and explosives in furtherance of crimes of violence. Full Story

    2. San Diego: Former Ranking Member of the Tijuana Cartel/Arellano-Felix Organization Pleads Guilty
    Rigoberto Yanez-Guerrero, a former ranking member of the Tijuana Cartel/Arellano-Felix Organization, entered a guilty plea in federal court. Yanez was extradited by the government of Mexico to the U.S. in December 2010 to face charges for narcotics trafficking, money laundering, and organized crime-related offenses. Full Story

    3. San Antonio: Federal Jury in Del Rio Convicts Two Texas Mexican Mafia Members
    Two Texas Mexican Mafia members face life in federal prison after a federal jury returned guilty verdicts against the defendants for various federal racketeering offenses committed in Uvalde, Eagle Pass, Del Rio, and the surrounding area. Full Story

    4. Miami: Ponzi Scheme Defendant Sentenced
    Attorney and Certified Public Accountant Lorn Leitman was sentenced to 210 months in prison for his role in a 10-year Ponzi scheme. Full Story

    5. Albuquerque: California Lawyer Sentenced for Defrauding New Mexico Investor
    Paul Conrad Ward, a lawyer who resides in La Jolla, California, was sentenced to 21 months in prison for devising a scheme that caused a victim in New Mexico to give $500,000 to a business entity controlled by Ward, purportedly to be invested in an overseas trading program. Full Story

    6. Houston: Three Family Members Plead Guilty to Mortgage Fraud Scam
    Claymon “Butch” Trammell, along with his wife, Jeannettea Williams, and daughter Michelle Trammell, pled guilty in to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with their roles in a multi-million-dollar mortgage fraud scheme. Full Story

    7. Tampa: St. Petersburg Police Department Detective Indicted
    Anthony V. Foster was charged with seven counts with public corruption charges involving a wire fraud scheme and attempted extortion under color of official right. He faces a maximum of 20 years in prison per count. Full Story

    8. Baltimore: Maryland Podiatrist Pleads Guilty to Fraudulently Billing Medicare Over $1.1 Million
    Larry Bernhard, a podiatrist who operated his business from his home, pled guilty to health care fraud and aggravated identity theft related to a scheme to fraudulently bill Medicare for more than $1.1 million. Full Story

    9. Newark: Former Secaucus Mayor Convicted of Bribery
    Former Secaucus, New Jersey Mayor Dennis Elwell was convicted for accepting a $10,000 cash bribe in exchange for agreeing to provide assistance in securing town approvals for real estate projects. Full Story

    10. Jackson: Woman Pleads Guilty to Stealing FEMA Funds Meant to Aid Katrina Victims
    Demonica L. Rogers admitted that she stole and converted federal funds by allowing her personal bank accounts to be used to receive stolen federal disaster funds from FEMA in the amount of $21,000 following Hurricane Katrina. Full Story
     
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    Mexicans arrest U.S. drug suspect
    July 12,`11 (UPI) -- Mexican police have arrested a California-born man suspected of helping run a drug ring formed from the remnants of a once-powerful cartel.
     
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    Captured drug kingpin pets strain Mexico's zoos
    Sep 16,`11 - For years, three tiny squirrel monkeys led a life of luxury on a 16-acre ranch surrounded by extravagant gardens and barns built for purebred horses.
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    Monterrey casino arson attack policeman's family killed
    15 September 2011 - The casino blaze was seen as a new low in Mexico's battle with organised crime
     
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    FBI — FBI’s Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending September 16, 2011


    1. Charlotte: Man Pleads Guilty to Supporting Terror Conspiracy to Wage Violent Jihad

      Dylan Boyd, aka “Mohammed,” pled guilty to one count of aiding and abetting a conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Full Story
    2. San Juan: Thirty-Nine Individuals Indicted for Drug Trafficking in the Municipality of Ceiba, Puerto Rico

      A joint law enforcement operation dismantled a drug trafficking conspiracy operating at Jardines de Ceiba public housing project and other areas in Ceiba. Full Story

    3. Kansas City: Missouri Man Convicted of Attempted $100 Million Fraud Scheme

      Denny Hardin was found guilty on 21 charges of creating false obligations and of mail fraud as part of an attempted $100 million fraud scheme. Full Story
    4. Headquarters: Mark F. Giuliano Named Executive Assistant Director of the National Security Branch

      Director Robert S. Mueller, III named Mark F. Giuliano as the new executive assistant director of the National Security Branch at FBI Headquarters. He most recently served as assistant director of the Counterterrorism Division. Full Story
    5. Buffalo: Gang Member Pleads Guilty to Racketeering Conspiracy

      Renel Velasquez pled guilty to racketeering charges related to his involvment in the criminal activities of the 10th Street Gang. Full Story
    6. San Francisco: TomorrowNow, Inc., Sentenced on Computer Intrusion and Copyright Infringement Charges

      TomorrowNow, Inc., was sentenced to probation and ordered to pay a fine to the United States of $20 million for unauthorized access to computer servers belonging to Oracle Corporation and for willfully infringing copyrights held by Oracle. Full Story
    7. Houston: Bridgestone Corporation Agrees to Plead Guilty to Participating in Conspiracies to Rig Bids and Bribe Foreign Government Officials

      Bridgestone Corporation has agreed to plead guilty and to pay a $28 million criminal fine for its role in conspiracies to rig bids and to make corrupt payments to foreign government officials in Latin America related to the sale of marine hose and other industrial products manufactured by the company and sold throughout the world. Full Story
    8. New York: Man Receives 30 Years for Identity Theft Involving Three Murdered Persons

      Dmitriy Yakovlev, a Russian immigrant and trained surgeon, was sentenced to 30 years in prison for identity theft, bank fraud, and credit card fraud involving three Brooklyn residents who disappeared or were found murdered shortly after encounters with the defendant between 2003 and 2007. Full Story
    9. Los Angeles: Man Arrested for Selling Stolen Art and Forged Paintings for Millions

      A Florida man was arrested pursuant to a federal indictment that alleges he sold paintings stolen from a Los Angeles art gallery, and that he had sold forged artworks to a collector with false claims that they had been painted by esteemed artists. Full Story
    10. Atlanta: Fake Doctor Admits Treating, Illegally Disclosing Info of 1,000 Patients

      Matthew Brown pled guilty in federal district court to charges of health care fraud and wrongful disclosure of individually identifiable health information. Full Story
     

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