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BALTIMORE — Everton Brown believed that drones were following him. He thought the FBI was breaking into his house to feed his dog and worried the authorities were tampering with his computer. That’s according to records kept by Baltimore County police, whom Brown called more than 100 times over the past 24 years. Neighbors, too, called police to the Woodlawn neighborhood. They say Brown ...

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Everton Brown believed that drones were following him. He thought the FBI was breaking into his house to feed his dog and worried the authorities were tampering with his computer. That’s according to records kept by Baltimore County police, whom Brown called more than 100 times over the past 24 years. Neighbors, too, called police to the Woodlawn neighborhood. They say Brown harassed them and ...

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After a violent week that included three shooting homicides in Portland, the mayor, police and elected officials have sounded the alarm around gun violence, telling residents that officers will be out in force over the weekend. Eight Portland investigators from the newly formed Enhanced Community Safety Team and three FBI agents will be on the ground this weekend in efforts to quell the recent ...

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Human remains? Evidence? Whatever it is the FBI and Broward Sheriff’s Office have been digging for since Wednesday, they are keeping a tight lid on it. Investigators have pitched several tents along the bank of a lake in the Eastside Village community in the 4200 block of N. Dixie Highway in Oakland Park, just south of Commercial Boulevard. A backhoe has been scraping the surface and digging a ...

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May 15—A King County man has been arrested and charged with entering the U.S. Capitol with a pro-Trump mob during January's deadly insurrection. Joseph Elliott Zlab, 51, of Lake Forest Park, was arrested in Everett early Thursday without incident, an FBI spokesman said Friday. Zlab was charged in a complaint filed in the District of Columbia with one count of unauthorized entering or remaining ...

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May 14—Ransomware can pay handsomely. This comes from an email I received recently: "During the FBI's investigation, a Canadian national — Sébastien Vchon-Desjardins of Gatineau was charged in the Middle District of Florida. He is alleged to have obtained over $27.6 million as a result of the offenses charged in the indictment. "Data presented by the Atlas VPN team shows that 45% of ...

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A reward for information on who is responsible for a noose found at an Amazon construction site in Windsor last month has been boosted to $50,000, police said Friday. The noose, at the site near Kennedy Road, was found and reported on April 27, and throughout the last week of the month, more than five more ropes that looked similar to a noose were found and reported to police. The ropes were ...

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An Aberdeen woman has been accused of threatening to kill an informant who was working with federal investigators in a crack cocaine distribution case. Kaitlyn R. Powers, 32, has been charged with two counts of retaliating against a witness or informant and one count of witness tampering. The confidential source working with the FBI bought crack cocaine as an undercover operative from Richard ...

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In the spring of 1961, a group of Black and white civil rights activists set off on a trip through the American South, aiming to test recent federal court rulings banning racial discrimination in interstate travel. They sat where they pleased on the buses they rode. They entered the waiting rooms in the terminals, sought service in the depot restaurants and used the bathrooms. Mundane as that ...

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland FBI is working to identify a man who robbed a downtown Cleveland Fifth Third Bank Wednesday afternoon. The man robbed the Superior Avenue branch about 1:45 p.m. just west of East 9th Street inside of the Hollenden Hotel, Cleveland FBI spokeswoman Special Agent Vicki Anderson said. The man, who was the only person in the bank at the time, walked up to the bank ...