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Men Found Snooping At Westport Home Busted On ID Theft Charges

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Men Found Snooping At Westport Home Busted On ID Theft Charges

A complaint from a Westport resident that a suspicious man was looking in his windows led to the arrest of two Bridgeport men on charges of identity theft and fraudulently purchasing cellphones, police said. The case began at about 4:05 p.m. Tuesday with a complaint about the suspicious person from…

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Front Range Identity Theft Ring Busted

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Front Range Identity Theft Ring Busted

A grand jury indicted 11 people on Wednesday, accused in an elaborate identity theft ring. Prosecutors say the suspects stole mail from victims’ homes along the front range, gathering any personal information they could find. They allegedly used that information to make counterfeit checks, then traded the blank checks for…

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These Girls Busted a Cheating Wife Sexting While Sitting Next to Her Husband at a Baseball Game

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These Girls Busted a Cheating Wife Sexting While Sitting Next to Her Husband at a Baseball Game

During an Atlanta Braves Match, two ladies witnessed something that they couldn’t keep quiet about so they did what they had to do. A lady sitting in front of them was very casually sexting another man whilst her poor unsuspecting …

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Celebrity hacker busted after trying to sell stolen scripts to undercover agents

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Celebrity hacker busted after trying to sell stolen scripts to undercover agents

A Bahamas-based hacker was busted for trying to sell scripts, personal information, and sexually explicit pictures and videos of celebrities that he stole from his famous victims’ personal email accounts, authorities said Tuesday. Alonzo Knowles, 23, of Freeport, Bahama was arrested in Manhattan Monday after trying to sell scripts to an undercover agent, according to U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara. Knowles tried selling scripts from a hit TV show to an unidentified radio host, and also offered to sell sexually explicit images and videos that he had stolen from the personal email accounts of various celebrities and sports figures to undercover agents, prosecutors said. “This case has all of the elements of the kind of blockbuster script the defendant, Alonzo Knowles, is alleged to have stolen: hacks into celebrities’ private emails, identity theft, and attempts to sell victims’ information to the highest bidder. Unfortunately, these circumstances are all too real,” Bharara said. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations began looking into Knowles, also known as Jeff Moxey, this month after a tip from an unnamed radio host. The celebrity-obsessed cyber criminal told an undercover agent earlier this month that he had “exclusive content” that was “really profitable” and […]

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Convicted sex offender tells FBI ‘I’m busted’ after arrest on child pornography charges

KALIHI (HawaiiNewsNow) –

“I’m busted.”

That’s what a convicted child rapist allegedly said after FBI agents arrested him last week on child pornography charges.

According to federal court documents, undercover agents started watching Michael Kormanik’s computer habits back in March, after child pornography files were shared using his IP address.

For months, agents monitored the Kalihi man and on November 3, say he distributed at least one picture of a minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct.

Agents raided his home near Gulick Avenue and School Street, and took his computer. On the device, they said they found more than 1,000 files of “investigative interest” for child pornography.

Court records also say that when Kormanik was confronted with four photos of children under five years old being sexually assaulted, he admitted to having the pictures and that he had collected child pornography for “five to six years.

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Convicted child sex offender busted after scaring kids while working as ‘monster’ for haunted house in Wisconsin

It was one monster pretending to be another.

A convicted child sex offender in Wisconsin brazenly entertained kids while working as a volunteer creature at a charity haunted house, authorities said.

The gig was up for Andy Hawthorne, 36, earlier this month when he took off his mask to comfort a scared child and an alert father — an off-duty officer — recognized him,the Journal Sentinel reported.

Hawthorne was charged Thursday with two counts of being a child sex offender working with children, and one count of sex offender registry violation, according to a criminal complaint obtained by the newspaper.

Amazingly, Hawthorne said he worked at the Hartford Jaycees’ Dwelling of Despair in Slinger to satisfy his community service.

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Teen busted by Liberty HS officials with more than $3,000 worth of heroin, cocaineiberty High School student who was playing hooky at a doughnut shop and was spotted by a teacher and escorted to the school got in deeper trouble when officials there searched his backpack. The student, a 17-year-old who in March transferred to the Bethlehem school from New Jersey, was arrested around noon Thursday. Police said he had 285 packets of heroin and 43 of cocaine, with a street value of as much as $4,000.

A Liberty High School student who was playing hooky at a doughnut shop and was spotted by a teacher and escorted to the school got in deeper trouble when officials there searched his backpack.

The student, a 17-year-old who in March transferred to the Bethlehem school from New Jersey, was arrested around noon Thursday. Police said he had 285 packets of heroin and 43 of cocaine, with a street value of as much as $4,000.

“This is not a high school kid dealing drugs in school,” said Joseph J. Roy, superintendent of the Bethlehem Area School District. “As a minor, he was being used by adults to transport drugs.

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Monks busted for meth use

Authorities arrested an abbot and two monks for allegedly consuming methamphetamines at a Buddhist temple in Pak Tho district Monday. A team of police and officials from the Ratchaburi Provincial Office of Buddhism raided Wat E-sarn in Moo 6 village of tambon Don Sai in the afternoon. Police said the operation came after arrested members of an accused drug gang told them they sold ya ba pills to monks at the temple. Residents also had complained that monks here were involved with drug use.

Police searched the living quarters of 46-year-old abbot Phra Baideekawisan Jattapayo and found drug paraphernalia along with numerous empty beer cans.

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Teen, 2 adults busted for drugs at Friday Night Football Game

A juvenile and two adults are facing drug charges after a bust at a Friday night football game.

According to Detective Aaron Herring with Whiteville Police Vice Narcotics Unit, officials made a drug bust at a football game at Legion Stadium in Whiteville.

Herring said an officer noted a 14-year-old boy was noticeably impaired leaving the stadium. The boy then got into a car and was seen rolling a marijuana cigarette.

Herring said two adults–Russ Bellamy, 34, and Amanda May, 32, came to the car.

Officers then searched the car and found a purse in the trunk with 2 grams of heroin. Officials also found 2.

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A woman in Illinois was busted for identity theft

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You’ve probably been hearing a lot about identity theft on the news recently. There was even a major movie out a couple years ago called “Identity Thief.” That movie may have been a comedy, but the subject matter is actually very real. In fact, identity theft happens every day. Last Wednesday, a woman from Benton, Illinois, was arrested on charges of identity theft. According to WSIL TV: Cynthia Diane South, 54, was arrested Wednesday. Benton Police say South used someone else’s name and Social Security number to open more than eight credit accounts and order items. South is charged with identity theft in the amount of more than $2,000 but less than $10,000. She is being held at the Franklin County Jail on $20,000 bond. A preliminary hearing is set for Aug. 19. Source: http://www.komando.com/happening-now/320192/a-woman-in-illinois-was-busted-for-identity-theft

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