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U.S. Citizen Led an International Counterfeit Currency Operation Headquartered in Uganda

The operation flooded the United States and Uganda with more than $2 million in counterfeit Federal Reserve Notes

GA gang member sentenced to federal prison for threatening a tow truck driver with...

He also threatened to shoot and kill the apartment maintenance man who called for the tow. Williams is a three-time convicted felon and self-professed member of the “Duct Tape” gang.

Businesses Raided in Dublin for Gambling Violations

The GBI’s Commercial Gambling Unit, along with the Dublin Police Department, and in cooperation with the Georgia Lottery Corporation and the Georgia Department of Revenue, executed two search warrants in Dublin for violations of Georgia’s gambling laws.

Fmr HUD Employee Pleads Guilty to Accepting Bribes from Government Contractor

The man pled guilty today to a federal bribery charge stemming from a scheme in which he provided non-public information about pending HUD contracts to a business owner in exchange for tickets to sporting events, travel, and cash.

Georgia Woman Arrested For Conspiring To Provide Material Support To Isis

In April 2016, VO joined the United Cyber Caliphate (the “UCC”), an online group that pledged allegiance to ISIS and committed to carrying out online attacks and cyber intrusions against Americans. 

Georgia State Patrol Reminds Drivers to Be Safe this St. Patrick’s Day Weekend

St. Patrick’s Day is this weekend, and the Georgia State Patrol is reminding partygoers to put safety first. State troopers will be on patrols keeping an eye out for impaired drivers and any other traffic violations that could potentially cause a crash.

Carr Announces Indictments of Four Suspects in Scheme to Exploit Disabled Adults and Medicaid

“Exploiting disabled adults in order to steal tax dollars is reprehensible and I commend both the Gwinnett County Police Department and our Medicaid Fraud Control Division for their work on this matter,” said Attorney General Chris Carr.

Justice Department Coordinates Largest-Ever Nationwide Elder Fraud Sweep

Since President Trump signed the bipartisan Elder Abuse Prevention and Prosecution Act (EAPPA) into law, the Department of Justice has participated in hundreds of enforcement actions in criminal and civil cases that targeted or disproportionately affected seniors.

National Award Honors U.S. Attorney’s Office, Other Agencies for Dismantling Major Drug Traffickers

A multi-agency operation in the Southern District of Georgia is receiving national recognition for dismantling a major drug trafficking organization whose methods included delivering contraband to prisons with drones and using funding from a lottery winner.