Month: March 2020

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE MAKES $850 MILLION AVAILABLE TO HELP PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCIES ADDRESS COVID-19 PANDEMIC | USAO-ND

$831,000 Available to North Dakota Bismarck – The Department of Justice announced that it is making $850 million available to help public safety agencies respond to the challenges posed by…

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Department Of Justice Makes $850 Million Available To Help Public Safety Agencies Address COVID-19 Pandemic | USAO-NDMS

Jackson, Miss. – U.S. Attorneys Mike Hurst of the Southern District of Mississippi and William C. “Chad” Lamar of the Northern District of Mississippi announced today that the U.S. Department…

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U.S. Attorney Matt Martin Announces More Than $163 Million Available to Fight Addiction Crisis | USAO-MDNC

GREENSBORO, NC – U.S. Attorney Matt Martin of the Middle District of North Carolina announced today that more than $163 million in Department of Justice grants is available to help…

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Statement From U.S. Attorney David C. Weiss | USAO-DE

WILMINGTON, Del. – “In the midst of this unprecedented national pandemic, I would like to offer some measure of certainty to our community. First, the U.S. Attorney’s Office is still…

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West Fargo, ND, Man Charged with Making a False Statement during the Purchase of a Firearm | USAO-ND

Fargo – United States Attorney Drew H. Wrigley announced that on March 27, 2020, Robert Eugene Johnson, made his initial appearance in Federal Court. The United States District Court for…

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Dover Man Sentenced to More Than 12 Years in Prison for Meth Distribution: | USAO-EDAR

LITTLE ROCK—A Dover man was sentenced Monday for distribution of methamphetamine in connection with white supremacist groups in the Pope County area. Joseph Pridmore, 34, of Dardanelle, was sentenced to…

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CRITICAL MISSION OF JUSTICE DEPARTMENT CONTINUES | USAO-ND

U.S. Attorney Drew H. Wrigley Urges North Dakota Residents To Remain Vigilant of Fraud Schemes & False Information BISMARCK – U.S. Attorney Drew H. Wrigley of the District of North…

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U.S. Attorney Urges the Public to Report Suspected COVID-19 Fraud | USAO-GU

Hagatña, Guam – United States Attorney Shawn N. Anderson for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands today urged the public to report suspected fraud schemes related to…

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U.S. Attorney For Southern Illinois Announces More Than $163 Million Available to Fight Addiction Crisis | USAO-SDIL

U.S. Attorney Steven D. Weinhoeft of the Southern District of Illinois today announced the availability of more than $163 million in Department of Justice grants to help communities address America’s addiction crisis….

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U.S. Attorney For Southern Illinois Announces Nearly $60 Million in Grants Available to Support Prisoners’ Successful Reentry Into Their Communities | USAO-SDIL

U.S. Attorney Steven D. Weinhoeft of the Southern District of Illinois today announced the availability of nearly $60 million in Department of Justice grants to help communities address public safety by supporting…

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