Sacramento, California - Christopher Kegan Williams, 26, of Sacramento, was sentenced on Tuesday by United States District Judge John A. Mendez to 2.5 years in prison for distribution of fentanyl, Acting United States Attorney Phillip A. Talbert announced.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - FBI Pittsburgh is seeking to identify potential victims of Kaung Myat Kyaw, a Penn Hills man who allegedly preyed on teenagers on Snapchat. In a joint investigation with our FBI offices in Phoenix, Buffalo, and Virginia, as well as the Fairfax County Police and Campbell County Sheriff’s Office in Virginia, FBI Pittsburgh arrested Myat Kyaw last month for allegedly enticing underage females to produce and transmit sexually explicit videos and photos.

San Jose, California - Michael Kail, the former Vice President of IT Operations at Netflix, was sentenced Tuesday to 30 months in federal prison for his convictions for honest services wire, mail fraud, and money laundering, announced Acting United States Attorney Stephanie M. Hinds, Federal Bureau of Investigation Craig D. Fair, and IRS-Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge Mark H. Pearson.  Kail was also ordered to forfeit $700,000, pay a $50,000 fine, and serve a three term of supervision upon release from prison.  The sentence was handed down by the United States District Judge Beth Labson Freeman. 

Los Angeles, California - A former Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) executive has agreed to plead guilty to a federal criminal charge for lying to the FBI about a lucrative job offer he secretly solicited and agreed to accept in exchange for providing “guarantees” of additional LADWP contract money to a lawyer who held a bribery-fueled contract with the department, the Justice Department announced Monday.

Nashville, Tennessee - A federal indictment unsealed Monday charges three Texas men and one North Carolina man with a kidnapping conspiracy which resulted in the murder of two individuals on March 12, 2020, in Nashville, Tennessee. 

Indianapolis, Indiana - An Indiana man was sentenced Friday to 50 years in prison followed by 15 years of supervised release for using social media to produce child pornography.