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Former “Jeopardy!” winner arrested on cybercrime charges
December 8th, 2017

What is Cybercrime? A Michigan professor and winner of “Jeopardy!” has been arrested for illegally obtaining email accounts of co-workers. Michigan authorities said Stephanie Jass, a former history professor at Adrian College appeared in Lenawee County Court before Judge Laura J. Schaedler on Tuesday, where she was charged with unauthorized access to a computer and…

Houston woman arrested in bizarre catfish scheme to frame ex-boyfriend
December 5th, 2017

A woman from Houston was taken into custody for pretending to be her ex-boyfriend on the internet in a strange catfish scheme to frame him. On Friday, 22-year-old Lisa Marie Garcia was charged after she reportedly made fake threats to herself while pretending to be her ex Brandon Berrott on social media, according to KHOU….

Authorities use electronics sniffing dog during child sex sting arresting 79 suspects
December 2nd, 2017

New Jersey state authorities made 79 arrests during a child sex sting following a nine-month investigation that involved the use of an electronics-sniffing dog to help catch online sexual predators. During an announcement on Friday, New Jersey State Attorney General Christopher Porrino said Operation Safety Net resulted in the arrest of 79 suspects ranging in age…

Report: Hackers putting porn on ISIS propaganda sites
November 27th, 2017

A group of computer hackers from Iraq has started a cyber operation against ISIS by posting pornographic images into its communication channels. Members of the hacker group, which refers to itself Daeshgram, told Newsweek that the purpose is to show distrust among ISIS supporters about messages from the violent group’s leadership. In one example, the…

NYPD quietly using secret military grade technology to track suspects
November 26th, 2017

Associated Press – The NYPD is one of many police departments across the country quietly using a highly secretive military grade technology that can track the whereabouts of suspects by using their cell phone signals. Civil liberties and privacy groups are increasingly raising objections to the suitcase-sized devices known as StingRays or cell site simulators…

Dark Web drug dealer who tried to purchase explosive sentenced
November 19th, 2017

A Kansas man will spend two years in a federal lockup after he tried to purchase an explosive on the Dark Web. The U.S. Attorney’s Office revealed in a press release that 19-year-old Carlos Fransisco Martin entered a guilty plea earlier this year to one count of attempting to buy an explosive with the intent…

Moment drug dealer tried to fly drone loaded with cannabis, mobile phones into UK prison
November 10th, 2017

Prison security cameras recorded the moment a drug dealer tried to fly a drone loaded with marijuana and cell phones into Pentonville Prison in England. In the video, a plain-clothed investigator is seen rushing from his undercover vehicle after noticing the drone hovering above, The Sun reported. The officer, a specialist team member, tasked with…

Florida couple shocked to discover 65 pounds of weed in Amazon delivered package
October 24th, 2017

Florida couple unexpectedly receives 65 lbs. of marijuana in their Amazon order A couple from Orlando, Flordia, received an Amazon delivery of plastic bins. However, inside of those storage containers was a surprising gift: 65 pounds of weed. “We love and do a lot of shopping on Amazon,” one of the customers, who wishes to…

Lewd Snapchat video leads to teacher’s arrest for sex with underage student
October 19th, 2017

A high-school teacher who is accused of having sex with an underage student reportedly appeared in a raunchy Snapchat video showing her wearing “a shirt and panties” while drinking with two shirtless teens — one of whom boasted about “getting in deep.” Samantha Lee Ciotta, 32, may face additional charges based on an investigation looking into…

Genius posts drug dealing on Facebook Live with a predictable result
October 13th, 2017

A Milwaukee man who authorities said live-streamed his drug dealing by posting on Facebook is now facing the predictable consequences — a myriad of felony charges. A criminal complaint revealed that 19-year-old  Jeffery S. Kirk spent part of September 10th driving, showing guns, and selling marijuana to viewers watching live on Facebook. Police were tipped…