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December 2018 Archives

Fugitive of 22 years arrested in Texas for marijuana smuggling

A 58-year-old man finally ended up in the custody of U.S. Marshals after eluding capture on federal marijuana charges for 22 years. An announcement from the U.S. Marshals Service detailed his arrest that took place in South El Paso on the 900 block of South Virginia Street.

How bank fraud is committed and what happens next

Bank fraud involves receiving assets from a financial institution through the use of deception. Bank fraud can also be the attempt to do these things. If a person commits bank fraud in Texas, this could refer to a number of different actions. For example, the person might have stolen or forged checks, set up a fake financial institution to take people's deposits or taken out a fraudulent loan.

4 alleged meth traffickers indicted by Texas grand jury

Evidence presented by investigators convinced a federal grand jury to approve indictments against two women and two men in Smith County for allegedly trafficking methamphetamine. The Texas Department of Public Safety and the Drug Enforcement Administration joined Smith County Sheriff's Office narcotics investigators during a seven-month investigation of alleged drug trafficking activity.

Majority of defendants in Texas drug bust going to federal prison

Seventeen people arrested during an investigation run by the Drug Enforcement Administration and local law enforcement agencies have received their sentences in federal court in Taylor. For 14 defendants, their sentences for drug trafficking ranged from 15 months to 262 months in federal prison. The judge placed two people on probation and released one person for time served.

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