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Brooklyn Woman Sentenced for Dark Web Identity Theft and Fraud Conspiracy Charges

A 26-year-old woman from Brooklyn, New York, identified as Armelle Chester, was convicted in a federal court for being part of a cyber-gang alleged to have committed mail and wire fraud. She was also found guilty of committing aggravated identity theft. This was announced by the United States Attorney, Scott W. Murray, who confirmed the case involving the woman. According ... Read More »

Calvados: students deal with more than 10,000 ecstasy seals

Neuburg Teen Facing Charges Over 250 Ecstasy Pills Ordered from Dark Web

A young man from Neuburg is facing charges for trafficking illegal pills which he allegedly purchased over the dark web with virtual currencies. The accused is said to have bought ecstasy tablets which he sought to have delivered by mail to his parents’ home address. As the proceedings against the accused teenager at the Amtsgericht Neuburg district court continue, the ... Read More »

Dark web Drug dealer spared jail after admitting on the charges

A dark web drug dealer identified as Daniel Lewis is counting himself lucky after the court decided to pardon his jail term. The bodybuilder who distributed a wide range of drugs from his house basement is said to have caused a number of victim’s deaths. Law enforcement arrested him at his residence after one of the victims, Aimee Spencer, fell ... Read More »

High Court Judge Dismisses All Charges in New Zealand Drug Importation Case

An Auckland High Court judge dismissed all drug charges against a member of a prominent wine-making family after ruling that a conviction would unfairly impact the man’s future and career in the wine industry. A New Zealand court had already convicted and sentenced the once-successful businessman after he admitted ordering at ketamine, methamphetamine, and cocaine from a vendor on an ... Read More »

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Fresno suspects pleads guilty to firearms charges and money laundering.

Two Fresno men have pleaded guilty to money laundering and firearms offenses. Seven others pleaded guilty of charges that have stemmed from investigations on the multi-agency gang. On Monday, a 31-year-old man, Vonshay Robinson, pleaded guilty to the conspiracy of trafficking firearms as announced by McGregor W. Scott, the United States Attorney. According to the documents in court that were ... Read More »

Stanford man jailed for hacking charges

Colton Grubbs, 21, was sentenced up to 30 months by the District Judge Joseph Hood for conspiracy towards unlawful access of computers for criminal behavior. Specifically the charges are conspiracy to conduct money laundering, as well as, the illegal removal of the property to prevent its seizure by the law. Grubbs had admitted previously to marketing, selling and designing a ... Read More »

Charges Dropped Against Teen in Bavarian Ecstasy Trafficking Case

Earlier this year, a Neuburg man was arrested and accused of ordering more than 250 ecstasy pills from a vendor on the darkweb after a package of ecstasy was investigated by German law enforcement. However, the intended recipient denied ordering any drugs. Due to a lack of incriminating evidence, the judge at a recent hearing at Bavarian District Court terminated ... Read More »

The 33-year-old suspect is facing 68 charges relating to the crimes he allegedly committed on the dark web forum.

Norwich Man Faces Darkweb Drug Trafficking Charges

According to an indictment returned by the federal grand jury, Barry Ducos has been charged with 11 counts of possessing and distributing fentanyl and analog firearms. The Justice Department revealed that the police detained Duclos after pleading not guilty to the charges in his last court appearance a month ago. According to the court document, Duclos used 1NOLEFB1 as a ... Read More »

New Murder Charges Filed in German Dark Web Forum Case

In connection with the so-called “Munich massacre,” the Mannheim public prosecutor’s office has charged the alleged owner and operator of a German dark web forum with nine counts of negligent murder and five counts of negligent assault. These charges are being pursued alongside the previously filed 29 counts of intentional illicit drug trafficking and four counts of illegal drug possession. ... Read More »

Murder for hire Charges against Convicted Silk Road founder Dropped

A motion has been filed to drop all unresolved charges against Ross Ulbricht.  According to reports, U.S. Attorney Hur sought “to dismiss with prejudice the indictment and superseding indictment.” In a released statement, Hur stated the federal charges were dismissed in Maryland, so to “redirect resources to other cases that were unresolved.” Ulbricht is currently serving a double life sentence ... Read More »

Former GP Cleared of “Crimebay” Murder for Hire Charges

Dr. David Crichton, a former GP from Bournemouth, Dorset, had blamed his financial advisor for the loss of almost $400,000 from his pension fund. After discovering the losses and that his financial advisor had provided poor advice, the retired GP sent suicide notes to his financial advisor. And then he signed up for Crimebay—a fake hitman site on the darknet—and ... Read More »

Two Parma Men Arrested and Face Charges in Nationwide Darknet Drug Raid

Two Parma men, Nicholas J. Powell, 32, and Michael Gonzales 27, have been arrested for running an illegal online drug trade. They were arrested with other drug vendors in a recent nationwide darknet drug raid by the US authorities. In a statement released by the Department of Justice, the duo illegally distributed drugs on the darknet marketplace and found ways ... Read More »

Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Fraud Charges

A 30-year-old woman, La’ Dina M. Coleman, of Kansas City, Missouri, pleaded not guilty to an identity theft charge. Coleman is accused of using credit card information acquired from the dark web to purchase appliances worth more than $9,000. Coleman was arrested on the 12th of April alongside 33-year-old Lepolean N. Reasonover of Chicago, after a truck they were driving ... Read More »