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Suspect believed to be FBI Top Ten Fugitive Marlon Jones is now in custody.
New Hampshire resident Michael DePalma was sentenced to six years in prison for his role in a conspiracy to distribute alpha-pyrrolidinopentiophenone—a synthetic drug more commonly known as bath salts. Over the course of four years, DePalma and other individuals imported kilograms of bath salts from China and distributed them in Vermont.

Michael DePalma Sentenced to 72 Months for Conspiracy to Distribute Bath Salts Obtained from China

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Aaron James Glende, known online as IcyEagle, has been sentenced to four years in prison for stealing personally identifying information and login credentials—including for bank accounts—on AlphaBay Market, a website on the Dark Web.

A search of Glende’s computer after his arrest revealed that he had more than 944 usernames and passwords for bank accounts, 1,243 usernames and passwords for...
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IcyEagle, a Dark Web Vendor of Stolen Information, Sentenced to Federal Prison

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#ICYMI: Yesterday, the FBI added Marlon Jones to its Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. Jones, an alleged member of a Jamaican narcotics crew, is wanted for killing four people in Los Angeles. He is known to use multiple aliases and dates of birth, and he has ties to New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, California, Tennessee, the Virgin Islands, and Jamaica.

A reward of up to $100,000 is available...
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Marlon Jones, a Jamaican man charged with murdering four people during a bloody gun battle in a Los Angeles suburb, has been named to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. A reward of up to $100,000 is being offered for information leading to his capture.

If you have any information regarding Marlon Jones, please contact your local FBI office or the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate. Tips...
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New Jersey jewelry store owner Vinod Dadlani was sentenced to two years in prison for using his business to further a large-scale credit card fraud scheme.

Scammers created more than 7,000 false identities to apply for and use thousands of credit cards without ever repaying the debts. Dadlani admitted that he allowed the conspirators to swipe these cards at his jewelry store and that he...
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Jewelry Store Owner Sentenced to Two Years in International, $200 Million Credit Card Fraud Scam

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Anton Martynenko was sentenced to 38 years in prison after operating a sextortion scheme that targeted more than 150 children.

Between 2011 and 2015, Martynenko posed as a woman over social media and engaged victims in conversations, telling them that he had recently moved to Minnesota and was trying to make new friends; that he worked for a modeling agency; or that he was a college student....
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Largest Producer of Child Pornography Ever Prosecuted in Minnesota Sentenced to 38 Years in Prison

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In 2009, U.S. Department of State employee Kenneth Apple was supposed to be working in Iraq to help the Iraqi people rebuild their country after years of war. Instead, he used his authority to illegally steer $2 million in contracts for micro-dairies to a Montana shell company—one that had no experience in the micro-dairy field and in which his son owned a 50 percent interest.

“There was...
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Milking the System

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This #CyberMonday, the FBI would like to warn shoppers to be aware of the increasingly aggressive techniques of cyber criminals who want to steal your money and your personal information.

Watch out for online shopping scams—criminals often scheme to defraud victims by offering too-good-to-be-true deals, like brand name merchandise at extremely low discounts or gift cards as an incentive to...
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Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)

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#FBF: November's FBI #ArtifactoftheMonth is a Keeler model 6317 polygraph machine used on Jack Ruby, the man who shot and killed Lee Harvey Oswald two days after Oswald assassinated President John F. Kennedy. Beginning in December 1963, Mr. Ruby continuously asked for a polygraph test in order to prove he was not part of a conspiracy with Oswald. The polygraph was ultimately granted by the...
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November 2016: Polygraph Machine - Jack Ruby

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From cyber bullies to online predators, the threats to our children in this digitally driven age are real. That’s why we run the FBI Safe Online Surfing (FBI-SOS) Internet Challenge, which teaches students in grades three through eight all about cyber safety and digital citizenship using a series of fun, interactive lessons.

And the FBI-SOS program, launched four years ago, just passed a...
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Safe Online Surfing Program Reaches Milestone

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Whether you’re shopping online or in-store this holiday season, protecting your personally identifiable information can help prevent identity theft. Listen as Supervisory Special Agent and Identity Theft Program Manager Rick Simpson provides tips on how consumers can proactively reduce their risk of becoming victims.

FBI, This Week Podcast: Preventing Identity Theft

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We're honoring #VeteransDay with a live discussion about how #veterans can bring a unique set of skills and experiences that are invaluable to a career as an FBI #SpecialAgent. Tune in Thursday at 12 p.m. EST to find out more. You can submit your questions now or during the broadcast by using #FBILive.
The FBI is seeking Angel DeLeon, who is wanted for committing two murders as part of his involvement with the prison gang the New Mexico Syndicate. DeLeon is a native of Chihuahua, Mexico and has ties to New Mexico and Texas. He uses many aliases, including Jose Luna.

Additional information: [ Fbi.gov Link ]

If you have information of the whereabouts of Angel DeLeon, contact your local FBI...
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#TBT: In November 2008, the FBI joined Twitter. Since then, our presence has grown to include more than 50 accounts that cover our most wanted fugitives program, recruiting and hiring initiatives, and many of our field offices around the country.

Follow us on Twitter at @FBI and view our full listing of Twitter accounts at [ Fbi.gov Link ]

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On this episode of Inside the FBI, listen as a hate crime victim tells his story: "I survived my hate crime," he says. "So many people have not survived them."

Inside the FBI: Unforgotten Justice - The Story of a Hate Crime Survivor

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Arizona woman Chalice Zeitner will spend 25 years in prison after forging medical documents, stealing identities, duping her boyfriend and physicians, and fabricating careers that included being a race car driver and a wealthy attorney. Along the way, she left a wake of victims.

Zeitner’s crimes were so outrageous, said FBI Special Agent Heather Rivera, “it’s unlike anything I have ever seen...
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Con Artist Brought to Justice

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We're honoring #VeteransDay with a live discussion about how #veterans can bring a unique set of skills and experiences that are invaluable to a career as an FBI #SpecialAgent. Tune in Thursday at 12 p.m. EST to find out more. You can submit your questions now or during the broadcast by using #FBILive.
The FBI—together with the private sector and academia—is enhancing its efforts to identify complex cyber threats and mitigate existing ones.

The FBI-established National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance, or NCFTA, is a non-profit organization dedicated to proactively addressing cyber crime at home and abroad that was founded in 1997 and continues to expand.

FBI, This Week Podcast

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The FBI's Richmond Division has announced an up to $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the Soul-Patch Bandit, who is believed to be responsible for five robberies in the Central Virginia area.

The suspect is described as approximately 6’ to 6’3” tall, with an average-to-thin build and wearing black-rim prescription glasses. He should be considered armed and...
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