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Former Executive of Defense Contractor Sentenced to 63 Months in Prison for $30 Million Fraud Scheme
Alex Wisidagama, a former executive of a Singapore-based defense contracting firm Glenn Defense Marine Asia, was sentenced to 63 months in prison today for his participation in a fraud scheme that over-billed the U.S. Navy by more than $34 million.
3/18/2016Former Executive of Defense Contractor Sentenced to 63 Months in Prison for $30 Million Fraud Scheme-DOJ-03-18-2016Former Executive of Defense Contractor Sentenced to 63 Months in Prison for $30 Million Fraud Scheme-DOJ-03-18-2016.pdf
NCIS CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF SERVICE
The Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) celebrated its 50th anniversary Feb. 4 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., with senior leaders from the Department of Defense, Navy, and Marine Corps; and NCIS personnel.
2/29/2016NCIS_50thReleaseNCIS_50thRelease.pdf
Virginia Beach Man Pleads Guilty to Distribution of Heroin Resulting in Death
Gregory Hatt pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to distribute heroin, distribution of heroin resulting in death, distribution of heroin, possession with intent to distribute heroin and cocaine, and the possession of a firearm.
2/9/2016Virginia Beach Man Pleads Guilty to Distribution of Heroin-DOJ 02-09-2016Virginia Beach Man Pleads Guilty to Distribution of Heroin-DOJ 02-09-2016.pdf
U.S. Navy Petty Officer Sentenced to 27 Months in Prison for Trading Classified Information for Cash and iPads; He is the First to be Sentenced in Colossal International Fraud and Bribery Scandal
U.S. Navy Petty Officer First Class Daniel Layug was sentenced to 27 months in prison for accepting cash, consumer electronics and travel expenses from a foreign defense contractor in exchange for classified U.S. Navy information.
1/21/2016U.S. Navy Petty Officer Sentenced to 27 Months in Prison for Trading Classified Information-DOJ 01-21-2016U.S. Navy Petty Officer Sentenced to 27 Months in Prison for Trading Classified Information-DOJ 01-21-2016.pdf
U.S. Navy Officer Sentenced to 40 Months in Prison for Selling Classified Ship and Submarine Schedules as Part of Navy Bribery Probe
U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Todd Dale Malaki was sentenced in federal court to 40 months in prison for accepting cash, hotel expenses and the services of a prostitute in return for providing classified information to a foreign defense contractor.
1/29/2016U.S. Navy Officer Sentenced to 40 Months in Prison-DOJ 01-29-2016U.S. Navy Officer Sentenced to 40 Months in Prison-DOJ 01-29-2016.pdf
Stafford Man Sentenced to 87 Months for Attempted Coercion and Enticement
Ricardo Cordero Torres, of Stafford, was sentenced to 87 months in prison for attempting to coerce an individual to engage in unlawful sexual activity. 
2/5/2016Stafford Man Sentenced to 87 Months-DOJ 02-05-2016Stafford Man Sentenced to 87 Months-DOJ 02-05-2016.pdf
Former Sailor and Convicted Serial Rapist Sentenced for 2010 Attack
Amin Jason Carl Garcia, a convicted serial rapist and former U.S. Navy sailor, was sentenced today to 240 months in prison for attacking a former Army officer while she was taking a shower at Camp Arifjan in Kuwait in 2010. 
2/22/2016Former Sailor and Convicted Serial Rapist Sentenced-DOJ 02-22-2016Former Sailor and Convicted Serial Rapist Sentenced-DOJ 02-22-2016.pdf
Final Defendant in Massive Heroin Trafficking Group Sentenced
Defendant sentenced to 264 months in prison for his involvement in a heroin trafficking operation.
12/18/2015Final Defendant in Massive Heroin Trafficking Group Sentenced- DOJ 12-18-2015Final Defendant in Massive Heroin Trafficking Group Sentenced- DOJ 12-18-2015.pdf
Former Contracting Official Sentenced to 30 Months for Bribery in Relation to U.S. Government Contracts in Iraq
A former U.S. Department of Defense contracting official was sentenced today to 30 months in prison for his role in a bribery scheme involving U.S. government contracts in Iraq.
1/8/2016Former Contracting Official Sentenced to 30 Months- DOJ 01-08-2016Former Contracting Official Sentenced to 30 Months- DOJ 01-08-2016.pdf
Three Former Civilian Military Employees and One Military Contractor Sentenced for Bribery Scheme at Georgia Military Base
Three former civilian employees and one former employee of a military contractor were sentenced to prison following their guilty pleas to bribery and conspiracy offenses.
12/8/2015Three Former Civilian Military Employees and One Military Contractor Sentenced DOJ 12-08-2015Three Former Civilian Military Employees and One Military Contractor Sentenced DOJ 12-08-2015.pdf
Pennsylvania Man Sentenced To Five Years In Prison On Assault Charge
Garrett Wiseman pleaded guilty to an information charging him in connection with his role in traveling from Pennsylvania to New Jersey to commit an aggravated assault in furtherance of an extortion scheme and was sentenced to 60 months in prison.
4/15/2015Pennsylvania Man Sentenced To Five Years In Prison On Assault Charge DOJ 4-15-2015Pennsylvania Man Sentenced To Five Years In Prison On Assault Charge DOJ 4-15-2015.pdf
Rochester Man Sentenced For Producing False Military Id Cards And Making False Statements
Mark Alan Kelly, who was convicted of producing and using counterfeit military ID cards and making false statements to federal agents, was sentenced to three months in federal prison to be followed by 36 months supervised release.
6/3/2015Rochester Man Sentenced For Producing False Military Id Cards And Making False Statements DOJ 6-3-2015Rochester Man Sentenced For Producing False Military Id Cards And Making False Statements DOJ 6-3-2015.pdf
Navy Civilian Engineer Pleads Guilty to Attempted Espionage
Mostafa Ahmed Awwad pleaded guilty to charges of attempted espionage relating to his attempt to provide schematics of the nuclear aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford to Egypt while serving as a Navy engineer.
6/15/2015Navy Civilian Engineer Pleads Guilty to Attempted Espionage DOJ 06-15-2015Navy Civilian Engineer Pleads Guilty to Attempted Espionage DOJ 06-15-2015.pdf
Online 'Sextortion' Scheme Targets Service Members
Sextortion occurs when a person secretly records an online sexual interaction with a willing participant and then threatens to share the images or video unless the participant sends or deposits money.
2/24/2015AllHandsMagazine-Sextortion-24Feb2015AllHandsMagazine-Sextortion-24Feb2015.pdf
Civilian Navy Employee Charged with Stealing More Than $360,000 in Housing Benefits
A civilian employee of the U.S. Navy posted at the Capodichino Navy Base near Naples, Italy, was arraigned yesterday in Norfolk, Va., for allegedly obtaining more than $360,000 in housing benefits that he was not entitled to receive.
12/19/2014Civilian Navy Employee Charged with Stealing More Than 36k In Housing Benefits-DOJ 2-25-14Civilian Navy Employee Charged with Stealing More Than 36k In Housing Benefits-DOJ 2-25-14.pdf
Albert Entera Pingul Sentenced In U.S. District Court For Abusive Sexual Contact
Albert Entera Pingul was sentenced today to thirty seven months incarceration, and five years supervised release. Pingul pled guilty  to one count of Abusive Sexual Conduct where he engaged in sexual contact through the use of force.
12/10/2014Albert Entera Pingul Sentenced In US District Court for Abusive Sexual Contact DOJ 12-10-14Albert Entera Pingul Sentenced In US District Court for Abusive Sexual Contact DOJ 12-10-14.pdf
NCIS ASSISTS IN $158.5 MILLION HEROIN SEIZURE
On Nov. 17, multinational naval task force Combined Task Force 150, with assistance from a Special Agent (SA) out of the Middle East Field Office (MEFO), intercepted an Iranian dhow northeast of Dar Salaam, Tanzania, and seized 388.4 kilos of heroin.
12/9/2014NCIS_Assists_in_Heroin_Seizure_Nov 2014NCIS_Assists_in_Heroin_Seizure_Nov 2014.pdf
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