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Deputy U.S. Marshal — Father of 4 — Fatally Shot in Arizona

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Deputy U.S. Marshal Chase White, 41, was fatally shot Thursday night in Tucson, Az., while serving a fugitive warrant, the agency said Friday. The shooter was taken into custody.

White, who was married and the father of four,  was rushed to Banner-University Medical Center where he succumbed to his injuries later that evening, the agency said in a press release.

After the shooting,  Tucson police and federal officers surrounded the single-story house where the shooter was holed up.  After about an hour standoff, they took the man into custody, the Arizona Daily Star reports. 

“We are all extremely saddened by the tragic line of duty death of our brother, Deputy U.S. Marshal Chase White, last night in Tucson, Arizona,” David J. Anderson, Acting Deputy Director of the U.S. Marshals Service said in a statement. “He was shot and killed while performing his mission.  It’s a dangerous job, but Chase was devoted to making his community and this nation safer. His sacrifice will not be forgotten.”

White joined the Marshals Service in 2015. He was an Air Force reservist, preparing for an upcoming deployment.

FBI’s George Piro, Who Interrogated Saddam Hussein, Returns to Miami For His Second Tour of Duty

FBI Agent George Piro interviewed on 60 Minutes in 2008

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

George Piro is returning to Miami for his second tour of duty as special agent in charge of the FBI field office.

Piro headed up the Miami office from 2014 to 2017 before becoming assistant director of the International Operations Division at headquarters.

Piro has held a variety of investigative, operational, and management positions within the FBI since joining in 1999.

He made his mark both within the FBI and publicly after he served as the team leader and interrogator responsible for the interrogation of Saddam Hussein.  He spent seven months leading the interrogations of Hussein and other key figures within the former Iraqi regime.

Border Patrol’s Laredo Sector Has New Interim Chief with a Leadership Background

Felix Chavez

By Steve Neavling
Ticklethewire.com

Border Patrol’s busy Laredo Sector has a new interim chief after two of its agents have been charged with murder this year.

Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost appointed Felix Chavez, a 32-year veteran of the agency, to the position, which puts him in charge of more than 85,000 square miles, from Arkansas to Texas.

Chavez, who replaces Jason D. Owens, most recently served as chief patrol agent of the Del Rio Sector

A graduate of Ashford University in Clinton, Iowa, Chavez became an agent in 1985, and his first assignment was at the Sierra Blanca Station. A decade later, Chavez rose to supervisory Border Patrol agent at the Tucson Station.

In 1997, he became the field operations supervisor at the Tucson station before promoted to patrol agent in charge of the Alamogordo station in the El Paso sector in July 2002. In 2007, Chavez was selected as the patrol agent of the Tucson Sector.

In May 2011, Chavez was promoted to the senior executive service position of deputy chief of the former operations division at Border Patrol’s headquarters in Washington D.C. In August 2013, he was appointed as the deputy chief patrol agent at the Tucson Sector.

FBI’s 3 Top Cybersecurity Officials Are Retiring

Scott Smith

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Whatever the reason, three of the FBI’ top cybersecurity officials are retiring from the bureau, the Wall Street Journal reports.

It comes at a time the country is facing unprecedented cyberthreats.

The Journal reports:

Scott Smith, the assistant FBI director who runs the Bureau’s cyber division, is leaving this month. His deputy, Howard Marshall, also left in recent weeks. Mr. Marshall has accepted a job at Accenture , a consulting firm that is expanding its cybersecurity portfolio. Mr. Smith is also expected to move to the private sector.

David Resch, executive assistant director of the FBI’s criminal, cyber, response and services branch, is departing the bureau as well. Mr. Resch, who was named to his senior post by FBI Director Christopher Wray in April, supervised Mr. Smith and Mr. Marshall.

Additionally, Carl Ghattas, executive assistant director of the FBI’s national security branch, has decided to leave for the private sector. And Jeffrey Tricoli, a senior FBI cyber agent who oversaw a Bureau task force addressing Russian attempts to meddle in U.S. elections,left last month for a senior vice president position at Charles SchwabCorp. , the Journal reported last week.

The FBI confirmed the departures. One U.S. official said more people are expected to leave soon, declining to provide additional names.

 

Secret Service Agent on Trump Detail in Scotland Dies at Age 42

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

U.S. Secret Service agent Noel E. Remagen died after suffering a stroke while supporting President Donald Trump’s trip to Scotland, CNN reports.

The 42-year-old agent was working on protection for national security adviser John Bolton on the midnight shift when he was found to be unresponsive by colleagues at Trump’s Turnberry resort Saturday night, CNN reports.

He was rushed to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. A Secret Service press release says he passed away on Tuesday.

Remagen is survived by a wife and two small children, and was the son of a retired Secret Service employee.

FBI Announces Moves For Three Headquarter’s Officials to the Field

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

James Hendricks (Linkedin photo)

FBI Director Christopher Wray recently announced moves for three officials.

James N. Hendricks has been named special agent in charge of the Albany Field Office. He most recently served as chief of the Countermeasures Operations Section in the Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate at FBI headquarters.

James C. Langenberg has been named special agent in charge of the Albuquerque Field Office. He most recently served as the chief of the External Audits and Compliance Section in the Inspection Division at FBI headquarters.

Andrew C. Campi has been named special agent in charge of the Intelligence Division for the New York Field Office. He most recently served as a deputy assistant director in the Counterintelligence Division at FBI headquarters.

Robert Allan Jones Now Heads the FBI’s Pittsburgh Office

Robert Allan Jones (FBI photo)

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

FBI agent Robert Allan Jones, who was in the Usama Bin Laden Unit, has now been assigned to head up the Pittsburgh Field Office. He most recently served as the assistant director for the Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate.

Jones joined the  FBI in 1996 and was first assigned to the Detroit Field Office, Kalamazoo Resident Agency, where he investigated drug, violent crime, while-collar crime and terrorism cases, a press release says.

In 2002, Jones was promoted to supervisory special agent in the Usama Bin Laden Unit of the Counterterrorism Division. He was promoted to chief of the unit in 2003.

In 2004,  Jones served as supervisory senior resident agent in the Buffalo Field Office, Rochester Resident Agency. In 2007, he served a one-year tour in Iraq as the senior FBI liaison to the Joint Special Operations Command. In 2008, Jones was promoted to assistant special agent in charge of the Cleveland Field Office, where he supervised all intelligence and counterintelligence programs, the release said.

In 2009, Jones was named as legal attaché in Kabul, Afghanistan. In 2011, he returned to FBI headquarters as a section chief in the Counterintelligence Division. In 2012, he was named special agent in charge of the Indianapolis Field Office. In 2014, he returned to headquarters as deputy assistant director in the Counterintelligence Division.

 

Rosenstein’s Right-Hand Man At Justice Is Joining Uber

Scott Schools (Linkedin photo)

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Scott Schools, the Justice Department’s highest ranking career official, and a close adviser to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, is joining Uber Technologies Inc., the Wall Street Journal reports.

Schools becomes the company’s first chief compliance officer, as the ride-hailing giant seeks to move past a series of regulatory problems and other controversies ahead of a highly anticipated initial public offering next year, the Journal rights.

Uber is expected to announce the hiring to staff on Tuesday.

School departed the Justice Department last week, an agency that has come under constant attack by President Donald Trump.