By Rachel Morgan, Marketing – After having been terminated from his job, Kristopher Ives, age 33, from Portland Oregon, was found illegally accessing computer data from his former place of work, Gearbox Studios. Gearbox, a digital marketing agency, had hired Ives in 2008. As a result of his position in the ...
July 8, 2020WebKeeper
By Rachel Morgan, Marketing – Jolynn McHone, age 45, was recently found guilty of stealing over 2 million dollars in computer equipment from the company she worked for. McHone was employed as the Information Technology (IT) procurement manager for a company in Florida. In her role as procurement manager, she was in ...
July 1, 2020WebKeeper
By Rachel Morgan, Marketing – Sandra M Urich, age 54, was found guilty of stealing more than 770,000 from her employer. She was sentenced to 27 months in prison for her actions and charged a $771,927.04 restitution fee. Following her 27 months in prison she will face two years of supervised ...
June 24, 2020WebKeeper
By Rachel Morgan, Marketing – Demetrius Lowry, age 24, was found guilty of lying to Buffalo police about a shooting they were investigating. Buffalo Police Homicide detectives interviewed Lowry about the murder of Jaquan Sullivan. At the time, Lowry “provided two written statements detailing the shooting, including the identity of the person ...
June 16, 2020WebKeeper
By Eliza Sanders, Marketing – In a recent article in the Duluth News Tribune, the Minneapolis Police Department was called out for not effectively qualifying its personnel there. Among many other things listed, the article mentions that current requirements to become a police officer in Minneapolis include either an Associate’s degree ...
June 8, 2020WebKeeper
By Rachel Morgan, Marketing – Akeem Bolton, age 29, was found guilty of committing an armed robbery at a barbershop in Maryland. According to the FBI Press release, Bolton and an accomplice walked into the barbershop pretending to be customers. As the barber prepared his accomplice’s haircut, the accomplice pulled a ...
June 2, 2020WebKeeper
By Bobby Alger, Marketing – The former Brazilian soccer player, Ronaldinho, and his brother, Roberto, appeared in court on 7 March 2020 due to allegations that the pair used fake passports to enter Paraguay, reports the BBC. Ronaldinho is Brazilian and, as such, is expected to have a Brazilian passport. However, the ...
May 24, 2020WebKeeper
By Rachel Morgan, Marketing – Former Police Chief Frank M. Nucera, age 62, was found guilty of lying to FBI agents regarding an arrest he was involved in. The evidence presented at the trial explained that police officers in Bordentown, Virginia responded to a complaint about 2 individuals who had stayed ...
May 16, 2020WebKeeper
By Eliza Sanders, Marketing— A recent report by KRMS Newsroom highlights a complaint by NARSOL about sex offenders during COVID- 19. The National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL) has decided to attack authorities who require in-person polygraphs when attempting to rehabilitate sex offenders on probation or parole. They claim ...
May 8, 2020WebKeeper
By Bobby Alger, Marketing – Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has rocked the world, shutting down international travel and quarantining entire countries. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), those at the highest risk of becoming very sick are older adults and individuals with serious chronic medical conditions. Now, ...
April 22, 2020WebKeeper
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