Georgia Man Sentenced For Filing False Liens Against Federal Government OfficialsHakim Amal Archible has been sentenced for filing false liens against federal government officials, including former IRS Commissioner John Koskinen and former U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew.
Six Defendants Indicted For FraudVikas Mehta, Walter Valdivia, Pradip Parikh, Jaime Salas, Alpesh Patel, and Darash Shah have been indicted for wire fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy, and money laundering.
Georgia Company And Owner Sentenced For Their Roles In International Scheme To Evade The U.S. National Security Laws A Georgia company and its owner have been sentenced in federal court for their roles in an international scheme to evade United States national security laws.
Three Inmates Prosecuted For Seperate Assaults On Federal Correctional OfficersThree inmates are under prosecution in separate cases in the Southern District for assaults on federal correctional officers, while a correctional officer has been sentenced for bringing contraband into a facility.
Final Defendant Sentenced In Drug Trafficking ConspiracyThe last of four defendants has been sentenced to federal prison in a drug trafficking conspiracy that shipped cocaine and cash from coast to coast.
Armed Robber Sentenced For Perpetrating A String Of Armed RobberiesAnthony Lavell Williams, Jr. has been sentenced for perpetrating a string of armed robberies in Carroll, Catoosa, Chattooga, Cobb, and Hall Counties during which Williams assaulted pharmacy customers and forced employees to surrender cash and tens of thousands of opioids and amphetamines to him.
Georgia’s New Election Law Impacts Fulton Co. Voters, Polls During November 2021 ElectionGeorgia voters and poll volunteers had new rules to follow on November 2, 2021 in the wake of Georgia's election law. Some affect voters while others lay out procedures election offices need to follow.
Lead Defendant In Dog-Fighting Operation ChargedThe operator of a dog-fighting facility and two codefendants have been sentenced in federal court, wrapping up the prosecution of a dog-fighting operation in Dodge County.
Georgia Couple Plead Guilty To Producing Child PornographyA Georgia couple has pleaded guilty to producing child pornography. Jayson E. Wright, 35, of Valdosta, pleaded guilty to two counts of production of child pornography before U.S. District Judge Louis S. Sands on Oct. 28. Co-defendant Kara Wright, 32, of Valdosta, pleaded guilty before Judge Sands to one count of production of child pornography on June 10.
Atlanta Man Arraigned On Charged Of Wire And Computer FraudChristian Akhatsegbe has been arraigned on federal charges of wire and computer fraud conspiracy, access device fraud, and aggravated identity theft related to a multi-million-dollar cyber-fraud scheme allegedly perpetrated through email phishing, credential harvesting, and invoice fraud.  Emmanuel Aiye Akhatsegbe, who is believed to be residing in Nigeria, was also charged in the scheme.
Georgia Expands CAPS Child Care Program To Add 10,000 More ChildrenGovernor Brian Kemp announced plans to extend the CAPS Child Care program to 10,000 more children, effective November 1, 2021, using American Rescue Plan funds.