Federal, state and local officers confiscated more than 80 pounds of heroin and arrested 10 people in Washington, DC this week who were involved in a large-scale heroin ring.
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Four former executives of Sabre Defence Industries, LLC were sentenced last week for their involvement in illegally exporting firearm parts and other defense components.
After winning $3 million from a lottery scratch-off game in 2015, a Georgia man sensibly chose to invest those gains. Unfortunately for him, his investment in a crystal meth business earned him decades behind bars.
Authorities from the U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested hundreds of undocumented immigrants in six states last week.
A joint-effort between Immigration and Customs Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations in New York and the Mexican Federal Police led to the arrest of six people on sex trafficking-related charges.
Thanks to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) National Fugitive Operations Program (NFOP), 406 foreign fugitives were arrested this fiscal year.
Eleven days after the Justice Department announced its decision to no longer use private prisons, Homeland Security Secretary, Jeh Johnson, plans to conduct a review of Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s prison use to determine if it should also forgo private prisons.
For the first time in history, the labor union representing Immigration and Customs Enforcement employees endorsed GOP nominee Donald Trump Monday.
A multi-agency operation targeting a major drug-trafficking organization resulted in the arrest of six people and the recovery of more than $100,000 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Fourteen years after it was stolen from a Paris museum, a Pablo Picasso painting valued at $15 million will be returned to France.
The repatriation of the Picasso painting “La Coiffeuse” was the result of Operation Toile which was led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).
This week the White House announced the commitment of $13.4 million for High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) to target heroin and opioid painkiller trafficking and supporting treatment and prevention efforts.