ATF lacks “adequate oversight” of the money it pays to confidential informants, according to a federal audit released Tuesday.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office used software to monitor social media activity of people at a number of protests in the last several years.
Louis Elmy used his position as a work release counselor to extort cash and valuables and obtain crack-cocaine for distribution.
A Chicago woman was arrested for carrying guns and ammunition in a baby stroller.
The items belonged to the girlfriend of the man who was arrested, who claimed she had no idea her boyfriend was involved in any illegal activity.
Hosting several members of the police union in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Tuesday, Trump reiterated his commitment to law enforcement, and again asked, “what’s going on in Chicago?”
Investigators learned that the shooter, Phil Ferry, stole the gun and methamphetamine from Jamie Lee Jones, a known drug dealer, as he slept.
An audit of the ATF reveals its messy record keeping leaves government officials blind to the whereabouts of some foreign national confidential informants.
“I said, ‘Well, one of these days, there will be a killing,’” said neighbor Ed Ricketts, recalling a number of recent break-ins. “And that’s what happened.”
Former Texas Congressman Steve Stockman has been indicted for stealing hundreds of thousands from charitable foundations to fund a his political campaign and personal endeavors.