Prison Worker In Texas Guilty Of Scamming Inmate RelativesA federal prison worker in Texas has pleaded guilty to scamming relatives of some inmates by soliciting cash and saying the funds would help get their loved ones released early.
Texas Minister, Family Sentenced In Hurricane Relief Fraud CaseWalter Diggles, 66, the former executive director of the Deep East Texas Council of Governments, was sentenced Tuesday to nine years behind bars.
Senator Cornyn Makes The Case For Prison ReformTexas Senator John Cornyn says he has a smart crime plan that starts with support programs for prisoners.
Man Who Robbed 12 Dallas Area Banks In 4 Months Sentenced To PrisonTimothy Thomas was on supervised release for a previous bank robbery conviction at the time of the Dallas area robberies.
Texas Woman Pleads Guilty In Fake Nurse CaseProsecutors say a woman with no medical training faces up to five years in federal prison after she faked being a registered nurse at five medical facilities in Texas.
Husband, Wife Get Prison For East Texas Synthetic Drug RingProsecutors say an east Texas woman and her husband have been sentenced to federal prison for running a synthetic marijuana trafficking ring.
Texas Drug Ring Leader Gets 35 Years, Must Pay $37MProsecutors say the leader of a West Texas-based drug trafficking ring must serve 35 years in federal prison and pay nearly $37 million to the government.
Three Gang Members Sentenced For Child Sex Trafficking ConspiracyThree men with ties to the Polywood Crips street gang in Fort Worth were sentenced for their respective roles in a child sex trafficking conspiracy.
Former Mesquite Teacher’s Aide Who Lied About Cancer SentencedThe former North Texas teacher’s aide who lied about having cancer and initially accepted donated money and a car has learned his fate for crimes committed in West Virginia.
Dallas Man Gets 20 Years For Prostitution Of Disabled TeenA Dallas man who lured a mentally disabled female teenager into prostitution has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison.
Prison For Former Texas TV Reporter Convicted Of StalkingA former television reporter in Texas must serve more than three years in federal prison for stalking an ex-boss and the executive's wife.
Corporate Executive Sentenced For Lying In John Wiley Price InvestigationHelen Tantillo was sentenced to six months in federal prison, to be followed by a three-year term of supervised release, and pay a $5,000 fine.