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  • 05.20.2019

    Arson Plot Revealed

    A Kentucky couple nearly escaped prosecution for setting a fire that burned their home to the ground and led to the death of a firefighter until a new FBI agent’s search for fresh evidence helped bring them to justice.

  • 05.16.2019

    National Police Week 2019

    The FBI joins the nation in honoring local, state, and federal law enforcement officers—including its own agents—who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.

  • 05.13.2019

    Seeking Tips, Pursuing Justice

    During Police Week, the FBI is intensifying its efforts to identify and arrest fugitives believed to be involved in the assault or murder of law enforcement officers.

  • 05.10.2019

    Honoring Special Agent Edwin R. Woodriffe

    As the FBI celebrates 100 years of African-American special agents, we remember the first African-American FBI agent killed in the line of duty, who was honored during a street renaming ceremony in his native Brooklyn, New York, 50 years after his death.


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  • 05.17.2019

    Wanted by the FBI: Charles Lee Hill

    During National Police Week, the FBI is highlighting fugitives wanted for violent acts toward law enforcement officers in an effort to bring them to justice. One of those fugitives is Charles Lee Hill, who was allegedly involved in the shooting death of a New Mexico State Police officer during a traffic stop outside Albuquerque, New Mexico, in November 1971.

  • 05.13.2019

    FBI, This Week: Violence Against Law Enforcement

    During National Police Week, the FBI not only honors the men and women in law enforcement who have made the ultimate sacrifice but also asks the public for assistance in locating criminals wanted for committing violent acts against law enforcement officers.

  • 05.08.2019

    FBI, This Week: Arnoldo Jimenez Added to Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List

    The FBI’s latest addition to the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list is a Chicago man who allegedly murdered his newlywed—a mother of two young children.