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FBI Phoenix May 23
Oak Springs Man Sentenced to Seven Years’ Prison for Domestic Violence: Shaun Gui Hale of Oak Springs, Arizona, received seven years in prison for domestic assault by strangulation or suffocation.
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FBI Phoenix May 23
Inscription House Man Sentenced to Over Eight Years’ Prison and Lifetime Supervised Release for Sexual Conduct with a Minor and Domestic Violence Assault: Justin Mannheimer of Inscription House, Arizona, received eight years’ imprisonment for sexual con...
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FBI Phoenix May 23
The Phoenix offices of the ATF, DEA, FBI, & USMS held our 21st DOJ memorial yesterday, recognizing federal agents and state & local law enforcement professionals who died in the line of duty.
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FBI Phoenix May 20
Owners of Tucson Home Health Care Business Sentenced to Prison for Medicare Fraud Scheme: Stephen Allen Lamont and Elvia Lorena Lamont, owners of a home health care business, have been sentenced for their involvement in a Medicare fraud scheme.
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FBI Phoenix May 20
The FBI joined our local law enforcement partners Friday, to help warn the public about a virtual kidnapping scam in Southern Arizona where criminals are convincing U.S. victims to cross the border into Mexico. More:
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FBI Phoenix May 17
FBI, Law Enforcement Partners Warn of New Twist in Virtual Kidnapping Scams: The FBI is warning the public about a new twist on virtual kidnapping for ransom scams, where criminals are convincing U.S. victims to cross into Mexico.
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FBI Phoenix May 13
Terrorist Sympathizer from Iraq Sentenced to Prison for Illegally Possessing a Stolen Firearm: Duraid Hussein of Glendale, Arizona, received 54 months in prison for firearm crimes.
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FBI Phoenix May 13
Woman Sentenced to 35 Years in Prison for Murdering Six-Year-Old Boy: Latoya Leonardine Johnson of Ajo, Arizona, received 35 years in prison for murdering a six-year-old boy on the Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation.
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FBI Most Wanted May 13
This , the will be highlighting fugitives and unsolved cases that involve violence against law enforcement officers. Help us bring closure to these cases and bring fugitives to justice.
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FBI Most Wanted May 10
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for info. leading to the recovery of missing 4-year-old Aranza Lopez and the location, arrest, and conviction of Esmeralda Lopez. They may be residing or traveling in Mexico with Gabriel Santos:
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FBI San Diego May 10
The FBI Safe Online Surfing game is a great tool to teach children about online safety.
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FBI Albuquerque May 8
WANTED BY THE : Charlie Hill is wanted for his alleged involvement in the Nov. 8, 1971, shooting death of New Mexico State Police Officer Robert Rosenbloom near and fleeing to Cuba.
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FBI Phoenix May 8
The FBI is seeking the public’s assistance to try to identify the individual who robbed Parkway Bank (4731 East Union Hills Drive in Phoenix, Ariz.) on August 24, 2018 Tips: 623-466-1999 or 480-WITNESS More:
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FBI Phoenix May 7
This month, the celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month and the diversity within our ranks. We specifically recognize the achievements and contributions of our own Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage to the FBI's mission.
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FBI Phoenix May 7
SSA Matt Fodor and COS Jane Bjornstad joined the Pakistan Information and Cultural Organization in welcoming H.E. Dr. Asad Majeed Khan, Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, to Arizona.
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FBI Phoenix May 6
Jury Convicts Pinon Man for Rape of 11-Year-Old Victim: Murphy Alex Begay of Pinon, Arizona, has been convicted by a jury of aggravated sexual abuse of a child.
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FBI Phoenix May 6
The 2019 Phoenix Teen Academy is scheduled for June 25 & 26, 2019. Applications are open to teenagers 15 - 18 and are due by May 17, 2019. If interested in applying, please reach out to COS Jane Bjornstad at jfbjornstad@fbi.gov.
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FBI Phoenix May 6
David Gillum, his colleagues , along with A/SAC Joseph Carrico and SSA Phil Bates, celebrated David's Director's Community Leadership Award. David received his award from Director Wray at a ceremony at Headquarters last week.
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FBI May 6
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FBI Phoenix May 3
Congratulations to David Gillum , who received the Director's Community Leadership Award from Director Wray this morning in Washington, DC. was honored to nominate such a strong community leader.
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