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#sextrafficking | David Mearis, a Houston man, was convicted of sex trafficking and ordered to pay $1M | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A 45-year-old Houston man has been sent to prison and ordered to pay nearly $1 million following his convictions on five separate counts of sex trafficking involving adults and minors, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick. A Houston federal jury deliberated for less than three hours before convicting David Mearis back […] View full post on National Cyber Security

#sextrafficking | Fresno man pleads guilty to sex trafficking 14-year-old girl in Houston | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

A Fresno man on Wednesday pleaded guilty to driving a 14-year-old girl from Dallas and forcing her to into prostitution for days in Houston. Trevien Thomas, 26, entered his plea by videoconference because of the COVID-19 pandemic, telling Senior U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas that he was guilty of conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Houston Security Conference (HOU.SEC.CON)

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General Cybersecurity Conference

 April 4, 2018 | Houston, Texas, United States

Cybersecurity Conference Description 

HOU.SEC.CON is THE Houston Security Conference serving Houston and the surrounding areas. HOU.SEC.CON has been held in Houston since 2010 with an average of over 400 attendees. Our primary mission is to offer a high-quality conference with the goal of educating Houstonians (and anyone else who wants to come out) through great information security talks, training, and special attractions. HOU.SEC.CON is a Texas non-profit corporation and a federal 501c3 charitable organization that is volunteer-led and organized.

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Houston cops find missing woman’s car, suspect foul play

Houston police suspect a 26-year-old woman reported missing March 24 was shot and killed after finding her car covered in blood. Karen Ramirez vanished after going to a club in southeast Houston with her boyfriend, KPRC-TV reports. Cops found her car abandoned in an industrial section in northeast Houston Friday, the station reported. A warehouse worker told police the vehicle had been parked in that spot for a week, according to the station. Cops found the blood on the driver’s seat, the passenger’s seat and in the trunk. Read More….

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Houston Woman Convicted for Role in Online Dating Scam

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A federal jury in Oklahoma City has convicted a Houston woman for her role in an online dating scam that conned victims out of millions of dollars. Akunna Baiyina Ejiofor, 32, has been found guilty of conspiracy to commit wire …

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Naked rape suspect arrested near Houston middle school

A naked man was arrested near a Houston, Texas middle school on Thursday after he allegedly hid from Houston police conducting a rape investigation.

At about 4:30 a.m. on March 2, police responded to a call for a sexual assault in progress near the school, Houston police spokesman John Cannon said.

The suspect apparently ran from the apartment after the 9-1-1 call. According to reports from the scene, the female victim was assaulted in front of her two children.

A witness told police a naked man was seen running through a field, Cannon said.

Police located the suspect at about 6 a.m. hiding under a vehicle.

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Houston school board OKs $1.2M to remove Confederate names – Education Week

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Search continues for Houston rapper wanted by U.S. Marshals on rape charge

Authorities continue to search for Houston rapper Yung Lefty (aka Calderon Texada), who is wanted for allegedly raping a 16-year-old Houston student. The 27-year-old is believed to be in the San Diego-area. Texada is wanted for skipping on his court appearance for the alleged sexual assault.

Source: http://houston.suntimes.com/hou-news/7/76/177127/search-continues-houston-rapper-wanted-u-s-marshals-rape-charge

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Houston man guilty in $1.1M credit scam, elderly victims

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

HOUSTON A Houston man faces up to 30 years in prison in an identity theft and credit card scam targeting dozens of elderly people nationwide. Michael Irving pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and to aggravated identity theft in the $1.1 million scheme. Prosecutors in Houston say the 33-year-old Irving conspired to defraud Compass Bank and online payment service PayPal. Authorities say Irving and co-defendants in 2013 applied for and obtained credit cards through the use of stolen identities, targeting about 70 people. All of the victims were between the ages of 70 and 95. The credit cards were then used to get cash advances. source: http://www.star-telegram.com/news/state/texas/article10582940.html

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