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#sextrafficking | Man pleads guilty to sex trafficking women in Central Illinois – News – Canton Daily Ledger – Canton, IL | #tinder | #pof | #match | romancescams | #scams

PEORIA—Following jury selection, as his trial was about to begin, Franshon Stapleton, 47, entered pleas of guilty to sex trafficking young women in Central Illinois from 2016 to May 2018. […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Who runs the University of Illinois? | #students | #parents | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

  Who runs the University of Illinois? ByBrian Brown and James Martin 21 September 2020 Four thousand maintenance, food service and other workers are continuing their strike at the University […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Illinois taking measures to prevent cyber hacking

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Cyber hacking is a global threat. Now Illinois is taking steps to make sure your information is safe. According to the Department of Innovation and Technology, 91 percent of all cyber-attacks start with an email. Typically, it’s a phishing email that looks completely normal but is actually a threat. The…

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Illinois State Police, Illinois Tollway host Operation Kid to keep children safe

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Dire scenarios for Illinois in second year without budget – Education Week

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Illinois families sue over transgender access to locker room – Education Week

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Illinois woman gets probation for role in Mason City credit card fraud

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MASON CITY | An Illinois woman has been given a deferred judgment after pleading guilty to her role in a credit card fraud scheme in Mason City. Shemea Hicks, 27, Riverdale, Illinois, pleaded guilty to one count of illegal use of a scanning device, a Class D felony. She was put on probation for three years. Hicks and co-defendants Tanesha Barrow, 33, North Little Rock, Arkansas; Charneice Chatman, 29, Chicago; and Naomi White, 35, Chicago, were arrested Oct. 13, 2014. According to Cerro Gordo County District Court records, they used a forged credit card multiple times that day to make purchases at the Mason City Walmart. Officers were dispatched to Walmart after the store reported having female shoplifters. The women led officers on a chase from Cerro Gordo County to Hamilton County before they were apprehended. All four women originally were charged with ongoing criminal conduct, a Class B felony, and four counts of credit card fraud, an aggravated misdemeanor. Barrow, the alleged driver of the getaway vehicle, was also charged with eluding or attempting to elude while participating in a felony, a Class D felony. Hicks, Chatman and White were also charged with illegal use of a scanning device, […]

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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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Rape Laws – Illinois Makes Major Moves Forward

In December, a Chicago area man was convicted of raping a woman in a hotel room following their date in 2009. If the crime had happened 20 or even 15 years ago, Jennifer Gonzalez, chief of the Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Division for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office, doubts it would have ended in a conviction. Read More….

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Illinois man sentenced for hacking U.S. Navy, other victimsNational Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – A Salem, Ill., community college student has been sentenced to two years in prison for hacking the U.S. Navy, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and over 50 other computer systems. Daniel …

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