Federal Prisons Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. What happened to Walter Guillory?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KLFY-TV Lafayette

    Walter Guillory, former Executive Director of the Lafayette and Opelousas Housing Authorities, is now a free man after serving time in a federal prison. "A lot of times when you personally are not living right you don't make good decisions, I mean you just don't," said Guillory.


  2. Lottery winner funds crystal meth ringRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    A Georgia man, who won $3 million playing the scratch-off lottery, funded a crystal meth ring with a portion of his winnings, according to authorities. Ronnie Music, Jr., 45, of Waycross, Ga., used money from his 2015 lottery prize to purchase methamphetamine with the intent resell it, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Georgia said in a statement Tuesday .


  3. Texan found with homemade bombs, machine gun gets 10 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KXAN-TV Austin

    In the past week, an officers were injured while tumbling down a stairway during an arrest in which the suspect also attempted to remove his APD Officer Bryan Richter has been in the spotlight since video of him restraining Breaion King during a traffic stop became public July 21. HOUSTON - A Texas man must serve 10 years in federal prison after a child sex investigation led to more than two dozen homemade bombs. Mark Duesterberg of Royse City was sentenced Thursday in Houston.


  4. Federal prison death details so sparse that family grief deepens: studyRead the original story

    Thursday | Telegram

    ... they're entitled to it," he said in an interview after his talk. In 2015-16, 65 people died in Canadian federal prisons, including 39 from natural causes, nine suicides, five overdoses and eight from undetermined causes. The investigation was in ...


  5. 2 ex-South Texas city officials admit taking bribesRead the original story

    Thursday | Washington Times

    Two former city council members in a South Texas town have pleaded guilty to federal charges relating to a bribery and kickback scheme involving city contracts. A U.S. Attorney's Office statement says former Crystal City Mayor Pro-Tem Rogelio Mata and his brother, former council member Roel Mata pleaded guilty in Del Rio Thursday to single bribery counts and face up to 10 years in federal prison.


  6. Kim Rothstein, ex-wife of Ponzi mastermind, wins early end to probationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | South Florida Sun-Sentinel

    In her former life, she was a diamond girl with extravagant tastes and a lavish lifestyle built on her then-husband's Ponzi money. Now Kim Rothstein, a former federal prison inmate and ex-wife of notorious Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein , is ready to start anew.


  7. York doctor must pay $300K for signing blankaRead the original story

    Thursday | York Dispatch

    A Springettsbury Twp. doctor has agreed to pay a $300,000 civil settlement to resolve allegations he signed blank prescriptions.


  8. Doctor to pay $300K in blank-prescription caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The York Daily Record

    Doctor to pay $300K in blank-prescription case Walter Krajewski, a primary care doctor in Springettsbury Township, did not know the blank forms were being used illegally. Check out this story on ydr.com: http://on-ydr.co/2aeKv1q A primary care doctor in Springettsbury Township has agreed to pay $300,000 to settle claims from the federal government that he repeatedly signed blank prescriptions, which his office manager stole and used to get more than 24,500 oxycodone pills.


  9. 9th Circ. Guts Restitution Order in Tax Fraud CaseRead the original story

    Thursday | Courthouse News Service

    A tax preparer convicted on dozens of counts of fraud cannot be forced to pay restitution in another tax fraud case in which he was not ultimately convicted, the Ninth Circuit ruled Thursday. At the age of 68, Neil Thomsen was convicted by a jury of 32 federal offenses arising from a tax fraud scheme in which he filed false tax returns using stolen identities from former clients and co-workers.


  10. Royse City man arrested in child sex sting gets 10 years for stash of pipe bombsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Dallas Morning News

    A Royse City man must serve 10 years in federal prison after his arrest in a child sex sting led authorities to discover more than two dozen homemade bombs. Mark Duesterberg, 34, was sentenced Thursday in Houston after pleading guilty earlier to enticing a minor and to unlawful making of weapons.


  11. Winner no more: Waycross man busted after spending lottery millions on methRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | SavannahNow

    A Waycross man who won $3 million last year in the Georgia Lottery now faces at least 20 years in federal prison after sinking some of his winnings into the methamphetamine trade. Ronnie Music Jr., 45, pleaded guilty last week to two charges, conspiracy to possess more than 500 grams of meth with the intention of distributing it and being a felon in possession of firearms.


  12. US Sentencing Commission releases big new report urging reform of career offender enhancementsRead the original story

    Thursday | Sentencing Law and Policy

    As detailed in this official press release , the US Sentencing Commission today released a big new report under the title "Report to the Congress: Career Offender Sentencing Enhancements." Here is how the press release summarizes this important new release from the USSC: The United States Sentencing Commission issued a Report to the Congress: Career Offender Sentencing Enhancements , analyzing career offenders' prior criminal history, incarceration terms and recidivism rates.


  13. Husband, wife cop to peddling $15M in oxy from NYC pharmaciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New York Daily News

    A husband-and-wife duo who flooded New York City streets with oxycodone pills through fishy pharmacies copped to conspiracy charges on Thursday afternoon. Lilian Jakacki and hubby Marcin Jakacki stood accused of dumping 700,000 oxycodone pills - worth up to $15 million - via their two Chopin Chemists stores in Brooklyn and Queens.


  14. Review: Gucci Mane Has Post-Prison Heel Turn on 'Everybody Looking'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | RollingStone

    Throughout the last decade, Gucci Mane has been the wild card of Atlanta rap. His flow was a giddy, stream-of-consciousness spill of internal rhymes, sing-song melodies as playful as jump-rope chants and unpredictable imagery .


  15. The one job Steve Jobs didn't finishRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | RepMan

    Love him. Hate him. Deify him. Denigrate him. Whatever you may think of Jobs, no one can argue that he was a true genius.


  16. Smoke shop owner pleads guilty in K2 ring after raidRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KMIZ

    The owner of a Columbia smoke shop pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to helping sell over $2 million in synthetic marijuana, often known as K2. of plant material sprayed with chemicals meant to mimic THC, the psychoactive compound of marijuana.


  17. Chukwudi Iwuji to Lead the Public's Free Mobile Unit Production of Hamlet This FallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | BroadwayWorld.com

    Continuing its commitment to bringing free Shakespeare to the community and strengthening audience engagement with the arts, The Public Theater will mount its MOBILE UNIT again this fall with a free three-week tour to the five boroughs of Shakespeare's HAMLET, directed by Patricia McGregor . Now in its seventh year, the Mobile Unit's free fall tour will bring Shakespeare to audiences who have limited or no access to the arts by visiting correctional facilities, homeless shelters, social service organizations, and other community venues.


  18. Massena man swept up in big December drug bust sentenced to two yearsRead the original story

    Thursday | North Country Now

    A Massena man will serve two years for his conviction in a drug case that led to arrests of seven people in the North Country and 25 in New York City. William Rochefort, 21, will serve 24 months in federal prison with three years post-release supervision, according to U.S. Attorney Richard Hartunian.


  19. Massena man sentenced to 2 years in federal prison for role in drug ringRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    A village man was sentenced Tuesday to two years in federal prison for his role in a drug trafficking organization that distributed heroin and crack cocaine in Massena. William P. Rochefort, 21, was also ordered in U.S. District Court, Albany, to undergo three additional years of supervision upon his release from prison after pleading guilty Feb. 25 to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute a controlled substance.


  20. 'Pill mill' director sentenced to federal prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WBAL-TV Baltimore

    A Maryland physician who prosecutors said directed a pill mill has been sentenced to three years in federal prison, prosecutors announced Thursday. Dr. William Crittenden III, 52, of Kensington, was sentenced Thursday.