Seattle-Area Financial Adviser Sentenced
A financial adviser and church leader who faked his own death is sentenced to seven years in prison for swindling millions of dollars from his clients.
Leader of Mortgage Fraud Scheme Sentenced
One of the nation’s top loan officers is sentenced to 10 years in prison for a mortgage fraud scheme.
AK-47 Bandit Strikes Again
An alleged serial bank robber known as the AK-47 Bandit has struck again. The FBI needs your help to identify and track him down.
The Candy Man
A doctor known as “The Candy Man” and his mother are behind bars on health care fraud and other charges.
$140 Million Ponzi Scheme
The subject of an investigation by the FBI and its law enforcement partners is sentenced to 18 years in prison for the largest fraud scheme in Washington state.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity March Case
A crowd of thousands who gathered in Spokane, Washington to bring attention to the non-violent message of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. had no idea that one among them planned to send a radically different message.
Characteristics of a Killer
FBI behavioral analysts are releasing information about the distinguishing behaviors of the person responsible for murdering an assistant United States Attorney.
Murder Anniversary of Tom Wales
He was a father, a friend to many, and a community leader, but the life of Thomas Crane Wales was cut short a decade ago next month.
Lies, Laundering, and Looting
A prison cell—not a penthouse—is now the home of a former CEO who embezzled money from his company for a down payment on luxury living quarters.
A teenage runaway led the FBI’s Innocence Lost Task Force to an individual who had young girls working for him on the streets.