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Did FBI Agent Swipe Some of Millionaire Heiress’ Fortune After 1977 Murder?

fbi badgeBy Steve Neavling

A millionaire heiress was murdered in 1977, and investigators found her cash buried in an Arizona desert.

According to the Indianapolis Star, an FBI agent who was investigating the case may have stolen a large chunk of her money and hidden it in a Swiss bank account, according to the Indianapolis Star. 

During the investigation, about $1.6 million of Majorie Jackson’s fortune went missing after she was fatally shot inside her Indianapolis home.

Investigators found a lot of her money buried in an Arizona desert.

“I’m not accusing the FBI agent of anything,” said Steve Koers, a nephew of Jackson and co-executor of her estate. “But it sounds like there could be something to it, so I think it is something that should be looked into.”

FBI Adds 6 Agents to Indianapolis Office to Fight Violent Crime

By Steve Neavling

The FBI is adding agents to its Indianapolis office to help fight violent crime, Fox 59 reports.

Special Agent in Charge W. Jay Abbott, who said he has “a lot of confidence and true hope for our community here in Indianapolis” has added six agent to investigate gang activities and violent crimes.

“We’ve increased the number of agents that work on the Safe Streets Task Force.  Instead of one squad, we have two squads,” said Abbott.

“The ability to bring federal prosecution to the table is a huge help, because it usually includes a much stiffer penalty,” said Abbott.

Other priorities include terrorism and cyber crime, Abbott said.

Is Terrorism the FBI’s Top Priority in Indianapolis? Field Office Head Says Yes

W. Jay Abbott

By Steve Neavling 

What’s the FBI’s most pressing concern in Indianapolis?

Not public corruption, violent crime or the protection of civil liberties.

According to Jay Abbott, director of the Indianapolis field office, the FBI’s most urgent issue in Indianapolis is terrorism, he told RTV6 ABC in an exclusive interview.

Abbott said the attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine outlet in Paris underscores the dangers to the homeland.

“With the current news and events that are occurring right now in Europe, particularly in France in Paris with the Charlie Hebdo magazine outlet, we’re not sure yet what that means for us as we help the French with their investigation in any way we can. But, we’re watching very closely to try and interpret those things that may be helpful to us.”

W. Jay Abbot Named Head of the FBI’s Indianapolis Division

W. Jay Abbott

By Allan Lengel
W. Jay Abbott has been named special agent in charge of the FBI’s Indianapolis Division. He last served as as the acting special agent in charge of the Seattle Division.

Abbott began his career as a special agent with the FBI in 1987 at the Washington Field Office where he worked on a variety foreign counterintelligence and international terrorism matters.

He was also a part of the FBI’s first Cold Case Homicide Task Force, which partnered with the D.C. Police, an FBI press release said.

In 1997, he was assigned to the Counterterrorism Division at FBI headquarters.

In 2000, he was named an assistant legal attaché at the U.S. Embassy in Paris.

In 2005, he transferred to the El Paso Division to supervise the public corruption squad.

Three years later, he was promoted to assistant special agent in charge over the division’s Criminal and Administrative Programs. .

In March 2012, he was appointed chief of the Global Operations Sections in the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division, the press release said. He then was named acting deputy assistant director of the Information Services Branch of the division.

DEA Agent Involved in Fatal Shooting

Steve Neavling

A DEA agent fatally shot a man at an Indianapolis apartment complex early Thursday morning, reports.

DEA agents were trying to serve a search warrant on the west-side apartment when the shooting happened.

More details weren’t available this morning.



Court: FBI Didn’t Entrap Indianapolis City Councilman in Bribery Scheme

Steve Neavling

 A member of the Indianapolis City Council and former police officer cannot argue he was entrapped by the FBI for accepting bribes from an undercover agent, the 7th Circuit has ruled, Courthouse News Service reports.

Lincoln Plowman came under scrutiny after developing a reputation for “questionable use of the power and influence he had acquired,” the court wrote last week.

An FBI agent posing as a strip club owner gave Plowman $5,000 in cash to help push through necessary licenses and a liquor license, the FBI alleges.

The amount was sufficient enough to constitute inducement, the judge said.

Plowman is appealing his 2010 conviction, which landed him a sentence of more than three years in prison, Courthouse News Services reported.

Federal Investigators Join Probe into Massive, Deadly Explosion in Indianapolis

Steve Neavling

Federal, state and local investigators are trying to determine what caused a massive explosion that killed two people, injured seven, damaged or destroyed 31 homes and forced 200 people from their homes late Saturday night, the Indianapolis Star reports.

While the cause is unknown, much of the attention is on natural gas lines that have since been shut down.

Citizens Energy said it wasn’t clear Sunday whether a gas leak could have caused the explosion, the Indianapolis Star reported.

Indiana has a painful past with gas explosions. The deadliest disaster in Indianapolis history was a gas explosion that killed 74 people and injured 400 others after it tore through the State Fairgrounds Coliseum on Halloween 1963, according to the Star.

It’s unclear which federal agencies are involved.


FBI Agent Robert Allan Jones Who Served on FBI’s bin Laden Unit to Head Indianapolis Division

Robert Allan Jones

By Allan Lengel

Robert Allan Jones, who served on the Osama bin Laden unit, and eventually moved up to his latest post as FBI section chief in the Counterintelligence division at headquarters, has been named head of the FBI Indianpolis division.

Jones joined the FBI in September 1996 and was first assigned to the Kalamazoo, Mi. office.

In 2002, he was promoted to supervisory special agent in the Osama bin Laden Unit of the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division. He provided oversight and guidance into FBI probes in to Sunni extremism matters and was made unit chief the next year.

In 2004, he was promoted to supervisory senior resident agent in the Rochester Resident Agency of the Buffalo Division,and in 2007 was assigned to a classified, one-year tour in Balad, Iraq, with the United States Special Operations Command.

The next year, he was promoted to assistant special agent in charge of the Cleveland Division, and in 2009 was named the Legal Attaché in Afghanistan.

After returned to state side, he was promoted to section chief in the Counterintelligence Division.