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Ex-Secret Service Agent Sentenced to Additional 2 Years in Prison for Bitcoin Theft

bitcoin_bigBy Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A former Secret Service agent received an additional two years in prison for stealing bitcoins during an investigation into drug marketplace Silk Road.

Shaun Bridges, 35, was sentenced in 2015 to nearly six years in prison stealing more than $800,000 worth of bitcoins during the Silk Road probe.

Bridges pleaded guilty in August to money laundering in another criminal case involving the theft of more than $350,000 with of bitcoin that today is worth more than $800,000. On Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Seeborg in San Francisco sentenced Bridges to another two years in prison, the Justice Department announced

The investigation shut down Silk Road in October 2013, and authorities said the site generated more than $214 million in sales of drugs and other illicit goods and services, relying on bitcoins for payment.

Four in Custody in Theft of ATF Car in California

ATF Logo

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Four suspects accused of stealing an unmarked ATF car with guns in La Jolla, Calif., were in custody Monday, NBC 7 reports.

The car vanished last Thursday.  Government property and personal belongings have been recovered from the suspects.

The theft took place in the morning along Black Gold Road near Black’s Beach, the station reported.

Brazen Thief Steals Copper from FBI Construction Site in New Orleans

Photo via FBI

Photo via FBI

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A brazen New Orleans man was arrested after stealing copper from a construction project at the FBI New Orleans Field Office.

FBI security cameras and guard spotted Michael Bailey, 39, stealing copper from the construction site of the new visitor center built at the field office, the Times-Picayune reports

Bailey was charged with a felony count of theft on Wednesday.

Video surveillance shows Bailey scavenging the site for copper wire. He was able to flee in his truck.

He was arrested Wednesday after investigated interviewed him.

Thief Steals Service Weapons from FBI Agent’s Car in Washington D.C.

fbigunbadgeBy Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI is trying to determine who broke into an agent’s car and stole two service weapons on Sunday in Northeast, D.C.

Fox5 reports that someone smashed a rear window of the vehicle and stole a Colt AR-15 rifle and a Glock 22 pistol.

The FBI said the weapons were in a lockbox in the parked Ford Expedition.

The FBI declined to say whether the agent is on administrative leave or if it’s standard operating procedure to leave weapons inside a lockbox in an unattended car.

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Man Accused of Stealing FBI Agent’s Gun, Badge from Car is Charged

fbigunbadgeBy Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The man accused of stealing an FBI agent’s gun, badge, cellphone and credentials from a parked car in San Francisco has been arrested and charged.

Michael Delton Gregory Jr., of San Francisco, was charged with two felonies punishable by up to 30 years in prison after he was arrested May 31, two days after the theft, the Mercury News reports. 

Federal agents also reported finding baggies of cocaine weighing 5.4 grams and about $1,400 in case while serving a warrant at Gregory’s home.

The theft was captured on video footage, as was the suspect and his car.

Border Patrol Mechanic to Be Sentenced for Stealing Parts from CBP Vehicles

Border PatrolBy Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A Customs and Border Protect mechanic who sold parts from Border Patrol vehicles on eBay is scheduled to be sentenced soon.

Herold Demes, who worked for Border Patrol in Tucson, was indicted by a grand jury last month on a theft charge, Fronteradesk.org reports. 

Among the parts Demes sold were two driver-side airbags, a fuel pump and seat belt tensioner.

Demes admitted in federal court that he sold the parts.

Prosecutors will ask a judge to impose a maximum six-month sentence and order restitution of $2,400.

FBI Recovers Agent’s Stolen Handgun, But Badge And Credentials Still Missing

fbigunbadgeBy Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI has recovered a handgun stolen from an agent’s vehicle in San Francisco over the weekend.

The Los Angeles Times reports that authorities tracked down the gun using surveillance cameras in the area of the theft.

But the agent’s badge and credentials are still missing.

One person was arrested in connection with the stolen handgun, which was reported stolen sometime between 12:30 p.m. and 12:40 p.m. Sunday.

The recovered gun was identified as a .-40-caliber Glock 27.

FBI Investigates Theft of Andy Warhol’s Iconic Screen Prints of Campbell’s Soup Cans

Campbells_Soup_Cans_andy warholBy Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI is investigating the theft of Andy Warhol’s screen prints of the iconic Campbell’s soup can from the Springfield Art Museum in Missouri.

Springfield Police said the break-in occurred last week, when the museum was exhibiting “The Electric Garden of Our Minds: British/American Pop,” WTOP reports. 

The 1968 screen prints are worth more than $30,000 each.

“I can’t believe that would happen,” local artist Pam RuBert said. “I mean, you think of Springfield as the kind of place that this doesn’t happen in. I guess it shows the value of art and that this can happen anywhere.”

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