David Cadena Sentenced To 25 Years For Brutal Assault On Jonna King In Dallas Parking GarageDavid Cadena, 27, the Laredo man who brutally assaulted Jonna King in a downtown Dallas parking garage on Sept. 21 was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison.
David Cadena Is Accused Of Beating A Woman With A Fire Extinguisher, Now He's Also Charged With CarjackingDavid Cadena is accused of beating a woman with a fire extinguisher in a Dallas parking garage and now federal prosecutors have also charged him with carjacking.
North Texas Drug Trafficking Suspects Including Former Plano Detective, Mother Of 10 Appear At Federal Detention HearingFederal prosecutors call Gary Collin Bussell, 50, the head of a drug trafficking organization out of this home on Gilbert Avenue in North Dallas.
Group Of 5 Indicted For Ripping Off Elderly And Disabled Veterans For MillionsAuthorities say the five face several charges including aggravated identity theft, wire fraud and conspiracy.
Accused Santa Fe High School Shooter Dimitrios Pagourtzis Won't Face Federal ChargesIf convicted in state court, Pagourtzis could be sentenced to life in prison, but he has the possibility of parole after 40 years because he was a minor at the time of the shooting.
Dallas CEO Arrested In Cryptocurrency SchemeAuthorities say Jared Rice Sr. was arrested Wednesday and faces multiple counts of wire fraud and securities fraud.
Texas Doctor Accused In Deaths Of At Least 7 PatientsFederal prosecutors say a Texas doctor wrote unnecessary prescriptions for powerful drugs that contributed to the overdose deaths of at least seven people
Prosecutors Settle Panda Express Discrimination ClaimFederal prosecutors say they have reached a settlement with Panda Express over allegations the company discriminated against workers who were not U.S. citizens.
Jury May See Enrique Arochi’s Car In PersonAfter nearly two weeks in the courthouse, the jury in the Enrique Arochi trial will likely have a change of pace soon.
Brothers Convicted In Dallas-Area Visa Fraud CaseThe offenses stem from a conspiracy to commit visa fraud to secure a low-cost workforce, prosecutors say.
Federal Prosecutors Convict 7 Of Operating North Texas 'Pill Mill'Federal prosecutors say seven people have been convicted of operating a North Texas "pill mill" that conspired to illegally distribute prescription drugs.
Prosecutors: Mobsters Cheated Irving, Texas Based Mortgage FirmThe trial of Nicodemo Scarfo and six other defendants started in Camden, N.J. Prosecutors say the defendants used threats to take over a publicly traded Texas based mortgage company and then kept the firm's assets for themselves.