KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Less than 24 hours after a judge unsealed search warrants in the Pilot Flying J federal investigation, company CEO and Browns owner Jimmy Haslam offered a five-minute statement to the media and the Knoxville, Tennessee community. He said the company will continue its involvement in eastern Tennessee and remain a major force […]
KNOXVILLE – Pilot Flying J CEO Jimmy Haslam said today the raid Monday on his company was part of a federal criminal investigation into claims of failure to pay rebates to trucking customers. “It does not involve any tax issues,” he said during a short press conference this afternoon at the company’s headquarters in West […]
KNOXVILLE – Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam addressed the media about the search warrants executed at Pilot Flying J the past two days. Haslam said the situation does not involve any kind of tax issues. He said he is unsure why the IRS is involved. The investigation of Pilot by the FBI and IRS apparently […]
KNOXVILLE – The FBI has Cleveland Browns Owner Jimmy Haslam’s Pilot Flying J headquarters on lockdown Monday afternoon. Neither the FBI nor a Pilot spokesman was immediately available for comment. Media were barred from the Pilot campus and the entrance was blocked. Pilot employees were be escorting off the corporate campus on Lonas Road. Knoxville-based […]
The FBI has released a slew of scandalous documents that revealed deceased pop icon Whitney Houston was a victim of several extortion and blackmail attempts during her storied career. The fact that Whitney Houston had demons has been well-established and documented in books by Clive Davis and the pop icon’s own mother Cissy Houston. […]
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA (RNN) – Pennsylvania State University senior leaders were more concerned with saving the university’s reputation than with protecting Jerry Sandusky’s child sexual abuse victims, according to a report released Thursday. Sandusky, a former Penn State assistant football coach, was convicted of 45 counts of child sex abuse on June 22. The team, […]
The 5 men suspected of attempting to blow up a bridge near Cleveland pled not guilty in Federal Court this afternoon. The detention hearing for the suspects was continued until further order of the court. Joshua Stafford acted up at the end of the hearing. The judge warned him that it was not in his best interest to […]
A three-count indictment was filed Thursday against five people accused of taking part in a plot to detonate a bridge near Cleveland, said Steven M. Dettelbach, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, and Stephen D. Anthony, Special Agent in Charge of the Cleveland Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, for the […]
CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OH (WOIO) - New court documents just filed in the Cuyahoga County corruption scandal. In the motion, prosecutors respond to Jimmy Dimora's lawyers request to have him released from jail pending appeal. In their reasons for keeping him locked up, there are hints of other crimes. The filing refers to a sealed government claim that Dimora tried to fix 8 more court cases. And that his wife, Lori, took phone messages from people wanting Dimora's help in getting cases fixed.
CHARDON, Ohio - The FBI has said four students are injured and one gunman is in custody after a shooting at Chardon High School Monday morning. Two students have been taken by helicopter to Hillcrest Hospital and two have been taken to MetroHealth Hospital.
PEPPER PIKE, Ohio – The FBI executed a search warrant in Pepper Pike early Tuesday afternoon. FBI special agent Scott Wilson said it happened on West Orange Hill Circle. While the FBI would not provide any information into what the search pertained to, a spokesperson from Orange High School said they were notified about a […]
HOLMES COUNTY, OH (WOIO) – The FBI has charged seven members of the Amish community with federal hate crime charges for attacks against their fellow Amish. The criminal complaint charges Samuel Mullet Sr., Johnny S. Mullet, Daniel S. Mullet, Levi F. Miller, Eli M. Miller and Emanuel Schrock, all of Bergholz, Ohio; and Lester S. […]