Law Enforcement

Former Silicon Valley Engineer Convicted of Stealing Trade Secrets

Suibin Zhang Downloaded, Copied Trade Secrets from Marvell Semiconductor Inc.’s Secure Database

A federal judge convicted a former Silicon Valley engineer of five counts of theft of trade secrets, United States Attorney Melinda Haag announced.

UN tribunal for Rwandan genocide commutes convicts’ life sentence on appeal

The appeals chamber of the United Nations tribunal trying key suspects implicated in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda today commuted a convict’s life sentence to 35 years in prison after reversing convictions on some counts in his indictment, and upheld the prison terms of two other men.

Ex-Army Officers Arraigned on Charges of Stealing Over $2.7 Million in Defense Funds

Officers Allegedly Stole Government Funds While on Military Duty in Saudi Arabia

Jasen Minter, 41, of Fayetteville, Georgia, was arraigned today before United States Magistrate Linda T. Walker on federal charges of conspiracy and theft of more than $2,700,000 from the U.S. government while serving as an Army captain in Saudi Arabia. Minter is charged in a federal indictment along with Louis E. Nock, 45, of Orlando, Florida, who served as a senior non-commissioned officer with Minter in Saudi Arabia.

Bend CPA Sentenced to 48 Months in Prison for Defrauding Clients of Summit Accomodators

U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall announced today that Brian D. Stevens, 56, of Bend, Oregon, was sentenced on Friday, May 5, 2012 to 48 months in prison for defrauding clients of his former business, Summit Accomodators Inc., headquartered in Bend.

Lawmakers top list of graft suspect arrested in Indonesia in 2012

The members of Indonesian parliament have topped the list of people who allegedly broke the law and have been arrested as suspects for corruption so far this year, media quoting data from anti-corruption watchdog reported here on Tuesday.

Former Norfolk Resident Sentenced for Defrauding Navy Federal Credit Union and Filing False Tax Returns

Jady Brooks, 39, formerly of Norfolk, Virginia, was sentenced today in Norfolk federal court to 84 months in prison, followed by five years of supervised release, for a bank fraud scheme that defrauded Navy Federal Credit Union of nearly $1 million and for filing false income tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service.

UN genocide tribunal in Rwanda swears-in judges selected to finish its work

International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Arusha, Tanzania

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Former Dynamex Corp. Employee Sentenced to 21 Months in Prison for Theft and Tax Fraud

A former employee of Dynamex Corp. was sentenced today to 21 months in prison for stealing almost $175,000 while managing the company’s New Jersey operations and failing to disclose his stolen income to the IRS, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.

Dallas Man Sentenced in Half-Billion-Dollar Ponzi Scheme

Nearly 8,000 Citizens were Victims of the Scheme That Stretched from Texas to Michigan

A federal judge has sentenced a 36-year-old Dallas man in connection with his role in a pair of complex, lucrative oil and gas Ponzi schemes that operated in Michigan and Texas, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas John M. Bales announced today.

Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Provide Material Support to Terrorists

Mohammad Hassan Khalid, 18, a Pakistani citizen and U.S. lawful permanent resident who resided in Maryland, pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, stemming from his participation in a scheme to support, recruit, and coordinate members of a conspiracy in their plan to wage violent jihad in and around Europe.