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November 2014 Archives

Three men face federal crime charges for alleged oil theft scheme

Even as gas prices continue to drop across much of Texas and the United States, the sale of oil can still be a lucrative business opportunity for many people. Federal authorities believe that three men planned to steal oil from two different energy companies. Apparently, no oil was actually taken, although the men still face federal crime charges.

Three men face federal crime charges for alleged oil theft scheme

Even as gas prices continue to drop across much of Texas and the United States, the sale of oil can still be a lucrative business opportunity for many people. Federal authorities believe that three men planned to steal oil from two different energy companies. Apparently, no oil was actually taken, although the men still face federal crime charges.

Texas man arrested for Bitcoin securities fraud

Bitcoin was created in an attempt to revolutionize the world of online payments. Although it has yet to take hold with the average consumer, the digital currency has become popular among some Internet users. A Texas man who is one of those users was recently arrested on securities fraud charges related to Bitcoin use. 

Texas man arrested for Bitcoin securities fraud

Bitcoin was created in an attempt to revolutionize the world of online payments. Although it has yet to take hold with the average consumer, the digital currency has become popular among some Internet users. A Texas man who is one of those users was recently arrested on securities fraud charges related to Bitcoin use. 

Even threat of assault can cause misdemeanor charge

Some individuals in Texas may have been unaware that he or she can be charged with assault without ever touching anyone else. If an officer supposedly witnessed you simply threaten to physically harm another person, this can be enough to warrant an arrest. Usually this only constitutes a misdemeanor charge

Even threat of assault can cause misdemeanor charge

Some individuals in Texas may have been unaware that he or she can be charged with assault without ever touching anyone else. If an officer supposedly witnessed you simply threaten to physically harm another person, this can be enough to warrant an arrest. Usually this only constitutes a misdemeanor charge