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United States Attorney David Capp

Northern District of Indiana

5400 Federal Plaza, Suite 1500

Hammond, IN 46320

 


 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                         CONTACT: Mary L. Hatton

September 9, 2010                                                                              PHONE: (219) 937-5603

www.usdoj.gov/usao/inn/                                                                   Fax: (219) 852-2770   

 

 

ACTIVITY IN FEDERAL COURT - HAMMOND

 

 

 

Hammond, IN—The United States Attorney's Office announced the following activity in federal court:

 

Haneef Jackson-Bey, 21, of East Chicago, Indiana, was sentenced by Senior Judge Rudy Lozano to 180 months imprisonment and 5 years of supervised release after pleading guilty to count sixteen of an indictment charging him with sex trafficking of children by force, fraud and coercion in the case US v Cephus et al. This case was the result of an investigation by the Chicago Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, South Resident Agency, and the Hammond Police Department . This case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Jill Trumbull-Harris and Philip Benson.

 

Janice Robertson-Zamar, 46, of Chicago, Illinois, was sentenced by Senior Judge James Moody to 27 months imprisonment and 2 years of supervised release after pleading guilty to counts one and five of an indictment charging her with conspiracy and social security fraud. Robertson-Zamar obtained false and fraudulent State of Indiana identification cards which were utilized to write counterfeit checks to various retailers and merchants in Northwest Indiana and Illinois. Robertson-Zamar was also ordered to pay restitution of $134,321.26. This case was the result of an investigation by United States Postal Inspection Service. This case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Toi Houston.

 

Jason Haddock, 30, of the 100 block of North 500 West, Valparaiso, Indiana, was sentenced by Senior Judge James Moody to 97 months imprisonment and 2 years of supervised release after pleading guilty to count one of an indictment charging him with possession of pseudoephedrine to use in manufacture of methamphetamine. This case was the result of an investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration. This case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney David Nozick.