Seattle Top Stories
Murder-for-Hire Plot UncoveredMan sentenced for attempting to solicit a murder to get out of $8.2 million debt.
Subjects Sentenced in Labor Trafficking CaseSubjects sentenced to lengthy prison terms for holding Ohio mother and daughter captive.
Rare Wine Dealer Sentenced in Counterfeiting SchemeWine dealer sentenced to 10 years in prison for selling $30 million worth of counterfeit wine.
A Case of Corporate GreedFormer CEO, CFO receive lengthy prison terms for roles in $750 million fraud scheme.
Corruption in a Small Texas TownInvestigation dismantles family-run criminal operation in Texas.
Investment Fraudster Who Targeted Medical Professionals Pleads GuiltyCon man pleads guilty to bilking dozens of medical professionals out of millions.
CJIS Digitizes Millions of FBI Files in Modernization PushThe digitization of millions of FBI files brings to a close a system that helped build the Bureau.
Counterfeit Goods Smuggling Ring DismantledUndercover agents infiltrated a massive international operation involving counterfeit goods.
Health Care Fraud Enterprise DismantledMassive enterprise involving 39 defendants and 26 pharmacies dismantled.
Violation of Public TrustWest Virginia county officials sentenced for egregious abuse of the justice system.
Latent Hit of the Year AwardHow a print examiner and a state trooper in Massachusetts helped solve a 1983 murder.
The Transnational Gang Threat, Part 4: Adding Prevention to InterventionSeries ends with a look at how communities are working to fight gangs.
The Transnational Gang Threat, Part 3: Overcoming the Language BarrierPart three of series shows the integral role our linguists play in the CACIE training.
The Transnational Gang Threat, Part 2: Building Partnerships That LastPart two of CACIE series examines importance and effectiveness of partnerships.
The Transnational Gang Threat, Part 1: Joining Forces to Meet the ChallengeCACIE program unites law enforcement and civic groups to combat the problem.
50th Anniversary of FBI’s Jackson Field OfficeFifty years after the tumultuous summer of ‘64, a look at the creation of our Jackson Division.