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Man wanted to help ISIS and spread terror in Bay Area, indictment alleges

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He spoke of giving backpacks full of explosives to homeless people, federal authorities said. He talked about lacing cocaine with rat poison to distribute at nightclubs and setting fires to hills near Berkeley. For months, undercover federal agents interacted with Amer Sinan Alhaggagi — swapping text messages, emails and phone…

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Wanted fugitive: Carrol Wiles

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Wanted fugitive: Carrol Wiles

Carrol Wiles Jr., also known as “Boog,” is a wanted fugitive, according to Crime Stoppers. He has multiple outstanding felony warrants, including felon in possession of a firearm.
“Help get Wiles out of our community,” the press release says.

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Help Wanted: Teacher-Shortage Hot Spots – Education Week

Teacher shortages have continued in a number of regions, prompting legislative and administrative action.

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Santa Rosa man and felon wanted arrested for burglary, ID theft

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Santa Rosa man and felon wanted arrested for burglary, ID theft

SONOMA COUNTY (BCN)—The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday arrested a Santa Rosa man and a felon wanted in El Dorado County after an auto burglary at a Windsor business Sunday.
Robert Gilliland, 27, of Santa Rosa, and Michael Bonari, 32,

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Police track down hacker suspects wanted by FBI

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Police track down hacker suspects wanted by FBI

TOURISM police have detained two foreign suspects who allegedly stole the equivalent of billions of baht online from people in many countries. The suspects have been identified as Russian Dmitry Ukrainskiy, 44, and Uzbek Olga Komova, 25. They were arrested at the request of the FBI, which began investigating the duo in 2014 after intercepting […]

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Men who used fake identities wanted by police

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Men who used fake identities wanted by police

POLICE have stepped up the hunt for two men who were using fake identity cards around Europe and wiring money to relatives of the Paris attacks ringleader. It was discovered the men, who disguised themselves as Samir Bouzid and Soufiane Kayal, sent more than AUD$1000 to Hasna Aitbouchlachen, the cousin of ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the day before she was blown up in a police raid in Paris last month. The real identity of the men using the fake IDs is not yet known. The ID of Kayal was used to rent a house in Aurvelias, a town in southern Belgium, which was used as a hide-out to plan to Paris attacks, police said. Bouzid’s ID was used to wire the money. Belgian prosecutors have warned people about the suspects. “These men are armed and dangerous,” they said. “Anyone who sees those men is asked not to undertake any initiative and to contact immediately the police.” Salad Abdeslam is also wanted by authorities and it is believed the men disguised as Bouzid and Kayal helped him travel to Hungary in September. Abdeslam’s brother blew himself up outside the cafe Comptoir Voltaire but his own involvement in the Paris attacks is still […]

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Tulsa police arrest ‘Most Wanted’ fugitive on child abuse, assault, sexual-battery charges

A Broken Arrow man who was named the Tulsa Police Department’s Most Wanted fugitive in November was arrested Tuesday in Tulsa.

Nathan Remigio, 33, was booked into Tulsa Jail about 5:50 p.m. on a felony charge of child abuse by injury and a misdemeanor charge of domestic assault and battery out of Tulsa County.

Remigio also is being held on Rogers County charges of sexual battery and selling/furnishing alcohol to a minor.

The child abuse charge stems from a July 28 incident, according to court records.

Remigio is being held without bond, according to jail records.

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Wanted teen hacker says it’s ‘scary’ how easily he was able to leave Australia

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Wanted teen hacker says it’s ‘scary’ how easily he was able to leave Australia

At a time of heightenedSECURITY fears, a teenage hacker has left authorities red-faced and raised serious questions about borderSECURITY. Dylan Wheeler was just 17 when police charged him with being part of a group that allegedly hacked into theCOMPUTERS ofMICROSOFT and the US Army. He ended up fleeing the country, facing a possible 10-year jail sentence, even though he’d been ordered to surrender his passport. Now he’s told Lauren Day he has no regrets and no plans to return. DYLAN WHEELER, HACKER: To be honest, I don’t see it as on the run. I mean, what’s coming out of Australia now, I don’t really want to be associated with the politics. All these draconian laws, I don’t feel comfortable calling myself Australian. Really, I feel a lot better being free. LAUREN DAY, REPORTER: Dylan Wheeler’s not your average opinionated 19-year-old on a gap year. He’s wanted by police and his name is on a Europol list. If found guilty, he faces up to 10 years in jail. DYLAN WHEELER: At this point in time, I don’t plan to return to Australia. This is on the advice of human rights lawyers I’ve spoken to. Basically because I am not guaranteed a […]

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WOMAN WANTED IN CREDIT CARD FRAUD IN BERKS COUNTY

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WOMAN WANTED IN CREDIT CARD FRAUD IN BERKS COUNTY

The Cumru Township Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a woman wanted in connection with credit card fraud in Berks County. Police said residents reported in November their bank card numbers were compromised and used to purchase items at various merchant locations. The extent of compromise has yet to be determined, police said, as the investigation is in its early stages. The woman can be seen on surveillance footage at merchant locations using the fraudulent cards to complete the unauthorized transactions. Anyone will information is asked to contact police at 610-777-9595. Source: http://6abc.com/news/woman-wanted-in-credit-card-fraud-in-berks-county-/1082482/

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Man wanted for credit card fraud in Westfield

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Man wanted for credit card fraud in Westfield

Police in Westfield say they are investigating a credit card scheme and locking for the person responsible. Westfield Police Department is searching for a man after they say he used a cloned credit card inside the Westfield Target. The purchases happened on Oct. 8 when a man used the name Robert Diaz. Police say he is now wanted for credit card fraud. Credit card cloning is a process where someone obtains your credit card details, copies them onto a bogus card and begins using the credit card. The credit cards with smart chips in them have started coming out with ways to protect against cloning, but there are still many cards without that security. If you know who this man is call crime stoppers at 317-262-8477. Source: http://wishtv.com/2015/11/04/man-wanted-for-credit-card-fraud-in-westfield/

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