Sentencing, Guilty Plea in 2 “Operation End Game” Child Sexual Exploitation Cases

2 defendants arrested during “Operation End Game,” a multi-agency effort targeting and arresting adult perpetrators seeking sex with children, made appearances in federal court Wednesday.

Carr Announces Guilty Pleas in Three Medicaid Fraud Cases

These cases combined will result in restitution of over $122,000.00 to Medicaid and a total of 30 years of probation or prison time for the Defendants.

Man Who Cyberstalked and Threatened Families of Parkland Victims Sentenced to Prison

The man was sentenced to 66 months in federal prison this week for cyberstalking and sending a kidnapping threat to families of victims of a mass shooting in Parkland.

Georgia woman pleads guilty to social security fraud

Williams received over $60,000 in federal funds while also working as an exotic dancer.

Federal inmate from Ga Sentenced for Using Cell Phone to Post to Social Media

The FBI said, “By continuing to break the law while incarcerated, Wilson has not learned from his past transgressions."

Georgia Woman Pleads Guilty to Providing Gang Members with Guns

The 28-year-old woman is facing five years in prison and a fine of $250,000. 

3 Men Plead Guilty To Fraud In Hurricane Michael Repair Scam

The trio stole approximately $319,000 in down payments.

156 Dogs Rescued in Ga Pursuant to Federal Search Warrants on Suspected Violations Of...

The USDA, the Office of the Inspector General (USDA-OIG), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Georgia are leading the investigation

Chinese National Sentenced for Stealing Trade Secrets Worth $1 Billion

A former associate scientist was sentenced Thursday in federal court for stealing proprietary information worth more than $1 billion from his employer, a U.S. petroleum company.

AG, DA’s Announce Human Trafficking Prosecutions in 4 Georgia Counties

The GBI is committed to investigate these cases in partnership with prosecutors to bring these violators to justice. Protecting these young victims is of utmost importance.”