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Federal Charge Filed Against Man for Allegedly Damaging Reproductive Health Services Facility in Chicago
CHICAGO — A man was charged today in federal court with intentionally damaging a reproductive health services facility in Chicago.
Chinese National Convicted of Acting Within the United States as an Unregistered Agent of the People’s Republic of China
CHICAGO — A federal jury in Chicago today convicted a Chinese national of acting illegally within the United States as an agent of the People’s Republic of China.
Recording Artist Robert Kelly Convicted on Federal Child Pornography and Exploitation Charges
CHICAGO — A federal jury in Chicago today convicted recording artist ROBERT SYLVESTER KELLY, also known as “R. Kelly,” on child pornography and exploitation charges.
Rockford Man Sentenced to More than Five Years in Federal Prison for Illegally Possessing Firearm “Switch” Devices
ROCKFORD — A Rockford man has been sentenced to five and a half years in federal prison for illegally possessing firearm “switch” devices.
Man Admits to Robbing Eight Chicago-Area Banks
CHICAGO — A man has admitted in federal court that he robbed eight Chicago-area banks over a seven-month period in 2019.
Former Illinois Department of Agriculture Investigator Charged with Federal Civil Rights Violations for Allegedly Grabbing and Groping Multiple Individuals While on Duty
CHICAGO — A former investigator for the Illinois Department of Agriculture has been charged with federal civil rights violations for allegedly grabbing and groping several operators of animal care facilities while on duty.
Member of Violent Chicago Street Gang Sentenced to 35 Years in Federal Prison for Racketeering Conspiracy
CHICAGO — A member of a violent Chicago street gang has been sentenced to more than 35 years in federal prison for engaging in a pattern of racketeering activity that included multiple murders, armed robberies, drug trafficking, and extortion.
Suburban Chicago Man Sentenced to 12 Years in Federal Prison for Child Pornography and Sexual Conduct with a Minor
CHICAGO — A suburban Chicago man has been sentenced to 12 years in federal prison on charges of child pornography and traveling to engage in sexual conduct with a minor.
Suburban Chicago Home Sleep Testing Company To Pay $3.5 Million To Settle Federal Health Care Fraud Suit
CHICAGO — A suburban Chicago diagnostics company that provides home sleep testing will pay $3.5 million to the United States to settle a civil lawsuit accusing the company of defrauding Medicare and four other federal health care programs through kickbacks and unnecessary home sleep testing.
Suburban Chicago Man Sentenced to More Than Three Years in Federal Prison for Threatening Violence at 2021 Presidential Inauguration
CHICAGO — A suburban Chicago man was sentenced today to more than three years in federal prison for sending a series of threatening phone calls to various members of the United States Congress and threatening to commit violence at the 2021 presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C.
Federal Judge Sentences Chicago Sex Trafficker to 30 Years in Prison
CHICAGO — A federal judge has sentenced a Chicago man to 30 years in federal prison for forcing women and children to engage in commercial sex acts in the city and suburbs.
Ten Alleged Members or Associates of Chicago Street Gang Charged in Drug Trafficking Probe
CHICAGO — A joint federal and local drug trafficking investigation has resulted in federal charges against ten alleged members or associates of a Chicago street gang for conspiring to distribute heroin and cocaine.
Chicago Insurance Executive Sentenced to Four Years in Federal Prison for Embezzling Nearly $6 Million From His Employer
CHICAGO — The former controller of a Chicago-based insurance company has been sentenced to four years in federal prison for embezzling nearly $6 million in company funds.
Former Crestwood Mayor Sentenced to a Year in Federal Prison for Participating in Bribery Scheme Involving Red-Light Camera Services
CHICAGO — The former mayor of Crestwood, Ill., was sentenced today to a year in federal prison for improperly soliciting and receiving benefits from an individual with a financial interest in a red-light camera company that provided services to the Chicago suburb.
Federal Jury Convicts Illinois Man in Connection With the Killing of Special Deputy U.S. Marshal Jacob Keltner
ROCKFORD — A federal jury in Rockford today convicted an Illinois man in connection with the killing of Special Deputy U.S. Marshal Jacob Keltner.
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