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Customs officers at Philadelphia International Airport have seized 130 pounds of cocaine, with a street value of about $4 million.
Police have seized more than $1 million in fake $100 bills and arrested four men as part of one of B.C.'s largest counterfeiting busts.
Mobsters have a long history of making a killing in the garbage-hauling business, but a New Jersey commission says they have gone green by infiltrating the commercial recycling business.
A mob-run ring that lured women from Russia and other Eastern European countries with the promise of waitressing jobs — only to send them to dance at New York strip clubs — was shut down Wednesday after 20 people were charged
Salvatore Montagna led Bonanno family in New York, returned to Montreal in 2009
Mexico's hyperviolent Zetas drug cartel appears to be launching what may be one of the first campaigns by an organized crime group to silence commentary on the Internet.
Eight individuals allegedly belonging to an Asian Organized Crime group were arrested following an investigation. It is alleged that this organized crime group is responsible for shipping numerous containers of counterfeit cigarettes and drug precursors
A U.S. jury found former Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout guilty on Wednesday on charges he agreed to sell arms to people he thought were Colombian militants intent on attacking American soldiers.
The long awaited trial for the world’s most notorious weapons smuggler, Viktor Bout, will begin this morning at 10:00 am in the Federal Courthouse for the U.S. Southern District of New York. I’ll arrive early, before the TV journalists set up their cameras and the court reporters bound up the courthouse stairs to take their seats in the gallery.
The biggest ID theft bust in history is the result of equally impressive international cooperation, observers say.