Natalie Le Demola, 38, currently incarcerated at the California Institution for Women in Corona, was sentenced by United States District Judge John F. Walter, who also ordered her to pay $933,181 in restitution.
Acting Special Agent in Charge of Homeland Security Investigations in Kansas City Taekuk Cho and Acting United States Attorney Susan T. Lehr announced that Senior United States District Court Judge John M. Gerrard has sentenced Donald Greuter, Jr., 57, of Upland, Nebraska on June 29 to a term of 114 months’ imprisonment following his conviction for being a felon in possession of firearms.
Older Americans lose a staggering $2.9 million a year to a growing variety of financial scams. Baby boomers represent the largest and most affluent generation, and one in five victims of reported fraud are between 60 and 69 years old.
Officers with ICE's ERO Miami Stuart suboffice and officials with U.S. Border Patrol arrested 18 unlawfully present individuals during the final week of June in an enforcement action targeting individuals who pose a threat to public safety.
The Kenner Police Department arrested the illegally present noncitizen in September 2022 for a firearms violation. When officials determined that he was illegally present in the United States, U.S. Border Patrol transferred him to ERO New Orleans custody.
Jesus Alberto Olivares, 32, was sentenced July 6 by U.S. District Judge Marina Garcia Marmolejo, who ordered him to serve 75 months in federal prison less than one year after he served a sentence for a drug distribution conspiracy.
James R. Lambert , 41, of Lake St. Louis, was indicted June 28 on two counts of production of child pornography, one count of receiving child pornography and one count of transporting minors across state lines to engage in criminal sexual activity.
Special Agent Kimmesia Sampson, Special Agent Robert Frounfelker and a third HSI Baltimore special agent were officially recognized for their work with OCDETF. The third special agent currently works undercover cases, and his identity is being withheld.
The Cape Verde citizen entered the United States in Boston with a tourist visa in Oct. 2019. His visa authorized him to remain in the country until April 6, 2020, but he failed to leave when his visa expired.
Using an organized, methodical investigative approach to the identification, location and arrest of criminal noncitizens, the Arkansas Fugitive Operations Team and probation officers from Arkansas Community Corrections identified 16 individuals and arrested 15 of them.
According to court documents, David Alexander Gonzalez-Diaz, 24, of Santa Rosa, Guatemala, was transporting 14 undocumented noncitizens north of Van Horn, Texas, on Oct. 29, 2021, when he lost control of his vehicle, crashing and ejecting several occupants. Four of the migrants were killed and six were critically injured. Gonzalez-Diaz has remained in federal custody since his arrest the day of the crash.
ERO Boston removed Luiz Fernando Moreira de Assuncao Oliveira to Brazil on June 23. Moreira, a 39-year-old unlawfully present citizen of Brazil, was wanted for convictions of homicide and concealment and was sentenced to incarceration in Brazil.
ICE's ERO Denver officers apprehended 16 noncitizens convicted of crimes with a sexual basis requiring them to register as sex offenders in the state of Colorado during a local enforcement effort from June 20 through 28.
HSI San Juan special agents assigned to the Caribbean Corridor Strike Force, working in conjunction with the DEA, CBP's AMO San Juan Marine Unit, and the Puerto Rico Police Bureau seized approximately 328.9 kilograms of cocaine with an estimated street value of $4.9 million.
According to court documents, Joseph Zoll, 63, of Sanford, used an online chat and webcam application from his home in Maine to direct an individual in the Philippines to livestream a video of herself sexually abusing a prepubescent child.
Acting Special Agent in Charge of HSI Kansas City Taekuk Cho and U.S. Attorney Steven Russell announced that Jason C. Olderbak, 35, of Grand Island, was sentenced June 21 for unlawful possession of official U.S. insignia following an HSI investigation.