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2015/01/22 22:55
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A Mexican national will now spend the next 15 years in federal prison after he pled guilty in the death of an immigrant during a smuggling attempt. U.S. District Judge Randy Crane sentenced...
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2015/01/20 18:44
2015/01/20 18:44
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CLEVELAND Two Youngstown area men, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute heroin in a New York City to Mahoning Valley distribution case, have been sentenced to federal prison, one for five...
2015/01/19 05:22
2015/01/19 05:22
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Former 'enemy combatant' who was imprisoned after 9/11 attacks is back in Qatar after release from U.S. prison Ali al-Marri was arrested by the FBI in December 2001 He was convicted in 2009 of...
2015/01/14 14:44
2015/01/14 14:44
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YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown ended 2014 with $523,300 less in income-tax and business-profit-tax collections than budgeted, and city finance officials expect 2015’s collections to be less. Youngstown...
2015/01/14 08:49
2015/01/14 08:49
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An Ohio man is being detained at a federal medical facility in Massachusetts after being accused of plotting to kill U.S. House Speaker John Boehner. Michael Robert Hoyt, 44, of Deer Park, a...
2015/01/12 21:34
2015/01/12 21:34
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A federal judge on Monday sentenced 24-year-old Noelynn N. Begay to seven years in prison for the repeated sexual molestation of two girls – ages 4 and 5 – on the Umatilla Indian...
2015/01/12 21:14
2015/01/12 21:14
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The surprise release of former El Rukn general Earl Hawkins from prison more than a decade sooner than had been expected was not the result of any conspiracy to reward Hawkins for his recent testimony...
2015/01/12 06:34
2015/01/12 06:34
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When word came Dec. 29 that the U.S. Bureau of Prisons would not renew its contract when it expires in May, the prison began assessing the impact the move would have on its operations. More than 500...
2015/01/10 10:19
2015/01/10 10:19
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MONTAGUE, MI – Alfred W. Lenz, a 69-year-old Montague resident, has begun serving a federal prison term of four years and nine months after pleading guilty to three counts of wire fraud for embezzling...
2015/01/09 22:44
2015/01/09 22:44
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The twisted tale of jailed auto mogul Denny Hecker just got a new chapter. His wife is free from prison. After serving 12 months for bank fraud and bankruptcy fraud, Hecker's brazen bride, Christi...
2015/01/08 17:50
2015/01/08 17:50
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But Mondeau's role in a 2010-2011 criminal conspiracy to distribute meth at $1,200 an ounce to street dealers, one of whom was in reality a confidential law enforcement informant for the Santa Ana...
2015/01/08 05:44
2015/01/08 05:44
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YOUNGSTOWN The owner of the city’s private prison isn’t pleased that it lost a contract to house federal inmates, but will not take any steps to fight that decision, Mayor John A. McNally said. The...
2015/01/07 19:56
2015/01/07 19:56
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Kim Rothstein, the so-called Ponzi Princess who tried to hide $1 million in ill-begotten jewelry from the government, has been released from prison and ordered to a halfway house. Rothstein is the...
2015/01/05 19:51
2015/01/05 19:51
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Their names used to adorn the shingle outside what many people thought was South Florida's fastest-rising law firm. But, since early Monday morning, all three name partners of the Rothstein...
2015/01/05 15:32
2015/01/05 15:32
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Youngstown private prison to keep about 550 inmatesA privately run prison in northeast Ohio won't close completely after the U.S. Bureau of Prisons pulls 1,400 offenders from the facility next year....
2015/01/04 18:52
2015/01/04 18:52
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Monroe apartment fire displaces at least one familyMonroe apartment fire displaces at least one family At least one family is displaced after a fire broke out at a Monroe apartment complex this...
2014/12/31 00:44
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YOUNGSTOWN The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio wants to put the Northeast Ohio Correctional Center on Hubbard Road in Youngstown out of business. An ACLU news release issued Tuesday applauded...
2014/12/30 05:44
2014/12/30 05:44
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YOUNGSTOWN Mayor John A. McNally, U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan and the Corrections Corp. of America expressed their displeasure over the nonrenewal of a U.S. Bureau of Prisons contract to house prisoners at...
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