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Las Vegas FBI Agent Shoots and Wounds Murder Suspect Outside Casino

By Allan Lengel

There was more than gambling going on outside a Las Vegas casino on Thursday.

KTNV-TV reported that an FBI agent shot and wounded a man wanted for murder around 2:30 p.m. outside of Arizona Charlie’s on Boulder Highway near Twain.

The station reported that the local Criminal Apprehension Team had been running surveillance and followed the suspect after being tipped off that he was in the area.

The station reported after the team confronted the man, he produced a weapon and an FBI agent opened fire. His condition was not immediately known.


Joe Riehl Takes Over ATF’s San Francisco Division

By Allan Lengel
Joseph M. Riehl is taking over ATF’s San Francisco Division, which includes Northern California and Nevada.

“We will renew partnerships and forge new working relationships with law enforcement at all levels of government as well as with community leaders and key stakeholders in California and Nevada,” Riehl said in a statement.

Riehl joined ATF in 1987 and was assigned to the Miami Field.

In 1994, he went to ATF headquarters as both a project officer in the Firearms Enforcement Division, and an explosives training manager in the Office of Training and Professional Development.

In 1997, it was off to Providence, R.I. where he was promoted to resident agent. In 2004, he became assistant agent in charge of the the Baltimore Field Division.

He also had served as ATF’s incident commanders on the high-profile D.C. and the and the Maryland and Washington D.C. serial arsonist investigations.

In 2005, Riehl served as the Chief, of the Arson and Explosives Programs Division at the ATF Headquarters.

In 2011, Riehl became deputy director of the Terrorist Explosive Device Analytical Center at Quantico.


California Man Charged in Attempted Murder of Homeland Security Agents

Steve Neavling

A Northern California man accused of attempted murder in the shootings three U.S. Homeland Security agents with an assault rifle has been charged, the Sacramento Bee reports.

Victor Flores, 20, was indicted Tuesday in connection with a May 3 shooting outside his home in Petaluma.

At the time of the shootings, federal agents were investigating Flores in connection with the murder of three rival gang members, the Bee reported.

Two of the agents, who were not identified, are still recovering. The third has returned to work, the Bee reported.


Philadelphia Cop Accused of Tipping Off Drug Trafficker

Steve Neavling

 A 23-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department is accused of leaking information about a federal investigation into drug trafficking organizations, according to the Philadelphia Daily News.

An unsealed indictment Wednesday accuses Rafael Cordero, 51, of the police department’s Criminal Intelligence Unit, of tipping off his half-brother, David Garcia, about a search warrant and a surveillance camera on a telephone pole.

Cordero also is accused of hiding drug money and evidence against Garcia, according to the Daily News.

Cordero has been charged with obstruction of justice and making false statements to federal agents.

Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey told the Daily News that Cordero will be suspended for 30 days with the intent to terminate.

ICE Nabs 14 Foreign Nationals Accused of Gang Ties

Steve Neavling

More than a dozen foreign nationals in Milwaukee have been arrested for alleged ties to the Mexican Posse gang, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

The suspects – 13 from Mexico, one from the Dominican Republic – are in the custody of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which is cracking down on foreign-born gangs.

All have criminal histories, ranging from narcotics trafficking to theft.

“Violent street gangs account for a burgeoning amount of crime in our communities in the Midwest and across the country,” Gary Hartwig, special agent in charge of Homeland Security Investigations, told the Journal Sentinel.

FBI Says It Has Lost Some Records on Marilyn Monroe

Steve Neavling

The FBI says it has lost records from when agents monitored Marilyn Monroe, the Associated Press reports.

Hoping to learn more about the star on the 50th anniversary of her death this month, the Associated Press was trying to get the most complete record of her files including how the bureau investigated her months before she died.

But AP has not been able to get some of those files because the bureau says it can’t find them.

The FBI, fearing that Monroe might be lured into the Communist Party, took reports on the star’s movements, comments and relationships, including her marriage to playwright Arthur Miller, according to the AP.

The FBI says it no longer has the files it compiled on Monroe; the National Archives — the usual destination for such material — says it doesn’t have them either, according to AP.

The most recent version of the files, which AP reports, are heavily redacted, are contained on the FBI website, the Vault.


FBI Probe of News Leaks Chills Relations with Media

Steve Neavling

Media coverage of national security issues has become more difficult because employees at federal agencies have been afraid to speak out since the FBI began its hunt for leakers of sensitive information, the New York Times reports.

In one of the most thorough criminal investigations of intelligence disclosures in years, agents are questioning employees about leaks at the White House, the Pentagon, the CIA and the National Security Agency.

Under President Obama’s administration, a record six leaks have been prosecuted.

“People are being cautious,” one intelligence official who, considering the circumstances, told the New York Times on condition of anonymity. “We’re not doing some of the routine things we usually do,” he added, referring to briefings on American security efforts and subjects in the news.