Florida Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Tax CrimesMark D. Schneider, 60, formerly of Niceville, Florida, pled guilty yesterday to multiple federal tax crimes, announced Jason R. Coody, Acting United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida. Schneider, who lived in Niceville during the commission of his offenses, was recently arrested by the United States Marshals Service after becoming a fugitive when he failed to appear on the day of his trial in Pensacola in January 2021.
Florida Man Sentenced On Multiple Drug Charges, Firearm, And Arson Related CrimesLate Thursday afternoon, a federal judge in Pensacola sentenced Tony M. Streeter, 47, of Fort Walton Beach, to 30 years in prison on multiple drug charges, firearms offenses, and a conspiracy to commit an arson related offense. The sentence, which followed a jury trial in federal court in March of this year, was announced by Jason R. Coody, Acting United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida.
More Charges On Local President of "We Build The Wall"Brian G. Kolfage, of Miramar Beach, Florida, has been indicted by a federal grand jury for an additional crime related to the filing of his 2019 income taxes, announced Jason R. Coody, Acting United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida today.
Pensacola Insurance Company Owner Charged With Wire FraudFlorida man made his initial appearance on Monday, June 7, on wire fraud charges related to his business, Thomas Insurance, LLC.
Florida Man, Family Torches His Impounded Vehicle To Destroy EvidenceA career criminal Florida man was convicted by jury on multiple offenses after court records detailed his attempt to break into a law enforcement impound lot with his sister and nephew, setting ablaze his vehicle which contained evidence of his crimes.
UK Man Arrested In Florida For Attempting To Violate Iranian EmbargoA UK man was arrested in Pensacola for nearly violating the Iranian embargo by attempting to smuggle power generating equipment to Iran.
Florida Men Sentenced To Prison For Roles In Pensacola Dog FightingThe last of four defendants to be convicted for their roles in a dog fighting conspiracy was sentenced today in federal court in Pensacola, Florida.
Watch: New Developments In December 2019 Naval Air Station Pensacola ShootingUS Attorney General, William Barr announces new developments in the December 6, 2019 Naval Air Station Pensacola shooting.