Former Pharmaceutical Communications Director Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading

The former head of corporate communications for New Jersey-based biotech company Immunomedics pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to an insider trading scheme involving a proven breast cancer drug. in premarket clinical trials. Lauren S. Wood, 33, of Washington, DC, pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud in Newark, Jersey. Wood, who is scheduled … Read more

Sixteen plead guilty as part of Operation Ice Mama – CBS Tampa

File photo. Credit: Getty Images SARASOTA, Fla. (CW44 News At 10) – The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office has an update on a 2019 operation that led to the arrest of sixteen people for methamphetamine trafficking and other drug-related crimes. In May 2019, the Special Investigations Section conducted an undercover operation dubbed Operation Ice Mama, the … Read more

Troy man found guilty by jury of rape

TROY, NY (NEWS10) – Rensselaer County District Attorney Mary Pat Donnelly announced Thursday that a guilty verdict has been reached on multiple counts for Tyrell O’Neill, 25, of Troy. O’Neill was found guilty of rape in a jury trial. Get the latest news, weather, sports and entertainment delivered straight to your inbox! According to one … Read more

Stepfather guilty of child abuse after Florida restaurant employee saved boy with note asking if he needed help – CBS Tampa

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (CW44 News At 10 | CNN) — The Orange County District Attorney’s Office announced Monday that a stepfather was convicted of child abuse after a restaurant employee last year noticed troubling signs and used a surreptitious note to ask a boy if he needed help. A jury found Timothy Lee Wilson, 36, … Read more

mother of St. Louis samurai assassin speaks out for the first time | St. Louis Subway News | Saint Louis | St. Louis News and Events

click to enlarge Courtesy of Margie Herter and the St. Louis Police Seth Herter with his mother, Margie; Booking photo by Seth Herter. The mother of the so-called “Samurai Killer of South St. Louis” speaks to the media for the first time and tells the RFT she believes her son’s legal counsel should argue that … Read more

Crime: Stafford man pleads guilty to transporting a non-U.S. citizen minor in a plastic container in Sarita, Texas

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (KTRK) — After admitting to unlawfully transporting a non-citizen minor into the United States, a Stafford man has pleaded guilty, US Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery announced. On March 9, Fernando Jaramillo, 22, arrived at a checkpoint near Sarita, Texas, when authorities say they noticed a plastic container filled with clothing in the … Read more

Florida Power Company pleads guilty in worker’s death case – CBS Tampa

TAMPA, Fla. (CW44 News At 10) – A Florida corporation has pleaded guilty to charges of knowingly violating an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule. The criminal charge related to an explosion at a coal-fired power plant in 2017 that killed five workers. Tampa Electric Company (TECO) operates several facilities in Florida, including Big … Read more

Santa Fe veterinarian Todd Glover found guilty of prescription fraud

GALVESTON COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) — A Galveston County jury on Friday sentenced Santa Fe veterinarian Todd Michael Glover to 15 years in prison for engaging in organized criminal activity to commit prescription drug fraud. The video shown above is from a previous report. In December 2018, Glover was investigated by Louisiana authorities for allegedly committing … Read more

5 things you should know this Tuesday, May 3

ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) – Meteorologist Jill Szwed’s weather report says today will be dry but still cloudy. Today’s five things are a 12-year-old stabbed in Albany, a Troy teen arrested for rape, and the Nova Scotia murder suspect who pleads not guilty. 1. 12-year-old boy stabbed in Albany A 12-year-old boy was stabbed in Albany … Read more

Former US ambassador to plead guilty to working illegally as a lobbyist for Qatar

A former US ambassador will plead guilty to charges of lying to federal investigators about lobbying abroad on behalf of Qatar. Richard Olson had reportedly initiated discussions about working for foreign governments while employed by the State Department. Federal prosecutors for the Central District of California charged Olson, a former ambassador to the United Arab … Read more