Dubois, IDeastidahonews.com

Feds charge man accused of kidnapping woman during road trip

POCATELLO — A man who allegedly held a woman against her will on a road trip to bail someone out of jail is now facing a federal charge. Daryll Romero, 35, of Great Falls, Montana, is charged with federal kidnapping after a woman called 911 in March saying she was being held against her will. A Tuesday federal grand jury indictment alleges Romero kidnapped the woman while traveling between Utah and Idaho, making it a federal crime.
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Ohio Statemanisteenews.com

Feds outline prosecution of MS-13 gang killings in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A long-running investigation into an Ohio branch of the violent El Salvador-based MS-13 gang, including the solving of eight homicides, neared conclusion Thursday with the sentencing of the last defendant in custody, central Ohio's top federal prosecutor announced. Over the years, racketeering conspiracy charges against gang...
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Lander, WYcounty10.com

Non-discrimination ordinance discussed at July 27 Lander Council meeting

(Lander, WY) – The Lander City Council convened on Tuesday, July 27th for a regular meeting, where Council Member Julia Stuble led a discussion on discrimination issues in Lander. As Stuble began the discussion, she reminded those in attendance that there are currently no hate crime laws in the state...
Wilson County, NCWITN

Feds sue Wilson County over 911 operator’s firing

WILSON, N.C. (AP) - The U.S. Department of Justice is suing Wilson County, alleging that a 911 operator was fired after she complained about being sexually harassed on the job. According to the lawsuit, Jennifer Riddle began working for Wilson County Emergency Communications in 2017 and was sexually harassed by...
Nashville, TNwmot.org

Nashville: Feds charge 9 with violent crime gang conspiracy

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Federal authorities say nine people face charges of a racketeering conspiracy through a string of violent gang activity in the Nashville area. They are accused of involvement in killings, kidnappings, assaults, robberies and large-scale drug distribution. Acting U.S. Attorney Mary Jane Stewart detailed the 60-count, second superseding indictment at a news conference Wednesday.