He was convicted once, but the decision was reversed. A second trial led to a mistrial and a hung jury. The most receent trial yielded a guilty verdict after 5 days of deliberations. Now, he'll spend the rest of his life in prison.
In 1973, prison officials took Lester Eubanks to a shopping center in Columbus, Ohio, and allowed him to shop unescorted as a reward for good behavior.
Perhaps the most dramatic change is the adoption of the new industry best practice of using black and white customer photos on the licenses and IDs. Images are laser engraved and are virtually tamper resistant and increases the overall security of the license.
“These grants will boost public safety through 911 systems enhanced with new capabilities such as text message, image and video processing, advanced mapping and other improvements."
In July, CBP apprehended or encountered 82,049 individuals who crossed the border illegally or were deemed inadmissible at Southwest border ports of entry, pushing the fiscal year to-date enforcement actions on the Southwest border to 862,785.
Three of the defendants would obtain control over the individuals’ finances and house them in unsafe and unsanitary conditions. The homes were infested with bed bugs and roaches and at times lacked electricity and hot water.
“The situation is improving by every available metric, but, I want to be very clear that we remain at and beyond crisis levels in illegal crossings." -- Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin K. McAleenan
A monthlong FBI-led operation to identify and arrest sex traffickers and recover child victims has resulted in dozens of arrests across the country and the identification and recovery of more than 100 juveniles.
The scam calls are convincing consumers to pay money and/or provide their financial or personal identifying information.
A South Georgia man was sentenced in federal court Monday.