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Report: Fugitive of the week found

A fugitive of the week was arrested at 2:31 p.m. Wednesday on Bryan Street, according to a Hopkinsville police report.

Jayontez M. Poindexter, 23, Hopkinsville, was charged with probation violation.

Poindexter was arrested on an anonymous tip and was arrested for the underlying felony charges, which is third-degree burglary, receiving stolen property and second-degree unlawful transaction with a minor.

Editor’s note: Information contained in crime reports is obtained through police, police reports or the Christian County Sherrif’s Department and Jail. Readers are reminded a charge or report is only an accusation and each person is entitled to the presumption of innocence unless found guilty in a court of law.

Read More at: http://www.kentuckynewera.com/news/crime_stoppers/article_b9e29ab6-f71d-11e7-a48f-175823f59060.html

Manville Fugitive Arrested After Annoymous App Report

MANVILLE, NJ — A Manville man, who was named as Somerset County’s Fugitive Of The Week for Dec. 22, was arrested after an anonymous report came in through the STOPit app.

The report was received by the Somerset County Communications Center reporting the location of Justin Tomlinson, 29, of South 6th Avenue, Manville on Friday at 1 a.m.

Based on the information received, Manville Police were able to arrest him without incident.

A warrant had been issued for Tomlinson on Sept. 11, 2017 when he failed to appear in Somerset County Superior Court. Tomlinson was initially charged with 3 rd degree burglary.

Tomlinson was lodged at the Somerset County Jail pending a bail detention hearing.

The STOPit app is a new and innovative way of anonymously reporting inappropriate and/or suspected criminal behavior. The mobile app allows users to immediately and discreetly connect people affected by inappropriate behavior or whom wish to report illegal behavior,

Read More at: https://patch.com/new-jersey/manville/manville-fugitive-arrested-after-annoymous-app-report

Report Uncovers DEA Involvement in Mexico Massacre

The US Drug Enforcement Administration has offices in 69 countries, on every continent. 

Given the anti-drug agency’s far-reaching presence around the world, we don’t often hear much about its successes nor its disastrous blunders in “fighting” drugs outside of the US.


Last month, The Guardian reported the shocking findings of an investigation into one of the agency’s bungled operations in Honduras. According to investigators, the US DEA lied about its role in a 2012 mission where Honduran officers working under the DEA shot at a taxi boat, killing four innocent villagers, including two pregnant women and a young boy.

A year

Read More at: https://www.thefix.com/report-uncovers-dea-involvement-mexico-massacre

FBI report: Minnesotans reported losing $12.6 million to cybercrime in 2016

Minnesotans reported losing more than $12.6 million to cyber criminals last year, up more than 35 percent from 2015, through scams such as invasive malware and fraud on dating sites, according to the FBI.

The bureau’s internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), which released its annual report on cybercrime this month, said it believes just 15 percent of victims report their cases to the authorities.

“We think there is underreporting of these scams, due in part to shame and humiliation associated with being a victim,” said Supervisory Special Agent Patricia Weber in the FBI’s Minneapolis office, adding that such victims are often older, retired citizens.

Agents in Minneapolis cited an uptick in compromised business e-mails and “romance scams,” where increasingly sophisticated criminals use online dating sites to entangle victims, sometimes causing them to drain their life savings.

Business e-mail compromise ($360 million) and confidence fraud/romance schemes ($219 million) were

Read More at: http://www.startribune.com/fbi-report-minnesotans-reported-losing-12-6-million-to-cybercrime-in-2016/430944573/

Special Report: Taking Flight – TVKIDS – World Screen

NilsHolgerssonNEW YORK: SVOD and the need for stand-out brands are among the trends reshaping the kids’ content distribution business in Asia.

Asia proved to be a hub of activity for kids’ content distributors at MIPCOM, generating a wealth of deal news out of the market. Of note, m4e brokered a deal for Mia and me in mainland China. ITV Studios Global Entertainment sold the first season of Thunderbirds Are Go to CCTV, marking the first time the property will air in the country. Mondo TV clinched an agreement with China’s Henan York Animation for the production of three new animated series to be completed by November 2020. FremantleMedia Kids Family signed new agreements for its hit properties Danger Mouse, Kate Mim-Mim and Tree Fu Tom across the region, and Turner Asia Pacific acquired two additional seasons of Xilam Animation’s slapstick comedy

Read More at: http://worldscreen.com/tvkids/taking-flight/

Special Report: Taking Flight

NilsHolgerssonSVOD and the need for stand-out brands are among the trends reshaping the kids’ content distribution business in Asia.

Asia proved to be a hub of activity for kids’ content distributors at MIPCOM, generating a wealth of deal news out of the market. Of note, m4e brokered a deal for Mia and me in mainland China. ITV Studios Global Entertainment sold the first season of Thunderbirds Are Go to CCTV, marking the first time the property will air in the country. Mondo TV clinched an agreement with China’s Henan York Animation for the production of three new animated series to be completed by November 2020. FremantleMedia Kids Family signed new agreements for its hit properties Danger Mouse, Kate Mim-Mim and Tree Fu Tom across the region, and Turner Asia Pacific acquired two additional seasons of Xilam Animation’s slapstick comedy series

Read More at: http://worldscreen.com/tvkids/taking-flight/