A row of victims watched from the jury box Wednesday as a Montana man dubbed the AK-47 bandit learned he would get 35 years in federal prison for a spree of bank robberies and shootouts across the country that ended with his arrest in Nebraska.
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An O'Neill man has been sentenced to 16 months in federal prison for his involvement in a cockfighting venture, discovered last August through wiretaps in an investigation into immigration crimes.
A grand jury has indicted the general manager of an O'Neill tomato plant on allegations that he knowingly used a staffing company that supplied him with workers who were in the country illegally.
A Lincoln man charged in state court in September for allegedly sex trafficking a 17-year-old girl now faces a four-count indictment on allegations he trafficked her and another, and took sexually explicit photos of a third girl.
A defense attorney who had alleged ICE agents and a federal prosecutor kept a man from seeing his lawyer the day of a raid last summer now says it was a miscommunication within his office.
A federal prosecutor laid out for a judge this week a plot where agricultural corporations and Juan Pablo Delgado -- the man at the defense table -- profited from a plot to supply them with a cheap, illegal labor force, leaving hundreds of migrant workers caught in the middle.
An assistant U.S. Attorney shot back against allegations that she and ICE agents kept a man from seeing his lawyer last summer after he was arrested in an immigration raid at Elkhorn River Farms.
ICE agents and federal prosecutors kept a man from seeing his lawyer last summer after he was arrested in an immigration raid at Elkhorn River Farms, his attorney said in a court filing Friday, calling it an “effective hijacking of the Constitution.”
The Missouri man who brought an Amtrak train to a screeching stop in southwest Nebraska last year to “save the train from the black people” got 14 years in federal prison Friday.