List of People Pardoned by President Barack Obama

Names of Convicts and Their Crimes

U.S. President Barack Obama

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Here is an up-to-date list of the 212 people pardoned by President Barack Obama and the offenses they were convicted of, according to the U.S. Department of Justice and the White House.

1. James Robert Adelman

Adelman of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was convicted of conspiracy to embezzle by a trustee, embezzlement by a trustee, and making a false account in 1989. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison and ordered to pay $350,000 in restitution.

2. John Clyde Anderson

Anderson of Camano Island, Washington, was convicted of conspiracy to import marijuana in 1972. He was sentenced to three years' imprisonment and three years' conditional probation.

3. Zachary James Ray Anderson

Anderson of Owensboro, Kentucky, was convicted of conspiracy to defraud the United States by providing false identification documents knowingly and without authority in 2003. He was sentenced to 15 months' imprisonment and two years' supervised release.

4. Octavio Joaquin Armenteros

Armenteros of Jacksonville, Florida, was convicted of intent to possess and distribute cocaine. He was sentenced to 46 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 1995.

5. Stephen Lee Arrington

Arrington of Paradise, California, was convicted of both conspiracy to distribute cocaine and distribution of cocaine in 1985. He was sentenced to three years' imprisonment with three years' parole.

6. John R. Barker

Barker of Waterloo, Iowa, was convicted of the illegal acquisition and possession of food stamps. He was sentenced to two years' probation and ordered to pay $250 in restitution in 1983.

7. Yolanda DeAnn Beck

Beck of Peoria, Illinois, was convicted of the distribution of cocaine base in 1995. She was sentenced to 30 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release and ordered to pay $100 in restitution.

8. Lisa Ann Bell

Bell of College Park, Georgia, was convicted of misprision of conspiracy to possess cocaine with intent to distribute. She was sentenced to 15 months' imprisonment with one year of supervised release, conditioned upon her performance of 80 hours of community service in 2003.

9. Herbert Eugene Bennett

Bennett of Lubbock, Texas, was convicted of both mail fraud and making and subscribing to a false tax return in 1996. He was given three years' probation that included nine months of home confinement. He was also fined $3,000 and ordered to pay $26,440 in restitution.

10. Carrie Ann Burris

Burris of Idaho Falls, Idaho, was convicted of conspiracy to import 50 grams or more of a substance containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine. She spent 114 days in prison for this crime in 2007 and was supervised upon her release for five years.

11. Mitchell Ray Campbell

Campbell of Twin Falls, Idaho, was found guilty of both distributing cocaine and falsifying a tax return on four counts in 1985. For this, he was sentenced to three years' imprisonment and three years' special parole. In 1986, he was found guilty of two counts of distributing cocaine and codeine and of possessing a firearm as a felon. For this, he was sentenced to four years' imprisonment and six years' special parole.

12. Robert Jay Carlton

Carlton of Palm Coast, Florida, was convicted of conspiracy to smelt U.S. coins. He was sentenced to two years' imprisonment in 1970.

13. James Edward Cartwright

Cartwright of Gainesville, Virginia, was convicted of making false statements to federal investigators in 2017. He was pardoned before being sentenced.

14. Edward Casas

Casas of Northridge, California, was convicted of aiding and abetting smuggling in 2000. He was fined $1,000 and sentenced to two years' probation.

15. Kurt David Christensen

Christensen of Portland, Oregon, was convicted of conspiracy to possess marijuana with intent to distribute. He was sentenced to 60 months' probation in 2001.

16. James Gordon Christmas III

Christmas of Richmond, Virginia, was convicted of uttering worthless checks on 23 specifications and wrongful cocaine use in 1988. At the time of this conviction, he was a soldier in the U.S. Army. Christmas was sentenced to 12 months' confinement, required to forfeit $350 from his paychecks every month for one year, and fined $1,000. His rank was reduced from E-4 to E-1 and he was released from the Army on a bad conduct discharge as a result of this crime.

17. Kim Kathleen Drake

Drake of Pocatello, Idaho, was convicted of bank embezzlement and sentenced to one month of imprisonment with five years' supervised release, conditioned upon home confinement totaling three years, in 1999. She was also fined $500 and ordered to pay $10,994.37 in restitution.

18. Euphemia Lavonte Duncan

Duncan of Miami, Florida, was convicted of bank fraud in 2000. She served time in prison and was released under supervision for 36 months. She was ordered to pay $15,680 in restitution as well.

19. Germeen Duplessis

Duplessis of Woodland Hills, California, was convicted of conspiracy to launder money in 2000. She was given three years' probation in 2007.

20. DeAnne Nichole Dwight

Dwight of Tucson, Arizona, was convicted of importation of a controlled substance. She served time in prison before being given five years' supervised release.

21. Oladipo Oluwadare Eddo

Eddo of Manassas Park, Virginia, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute five or more grams of crack cocaine in 2004. He was sentenced to 46 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release.

22. Trevor Chinweuba Ekeh

Ekeh of Houston, Texas, was convicted of conspiracy to steal bank funds. He was sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to pay $2,882.46 in restitution in 1999.

23. Andrew Dale Ellifson

Ellifson of Scottsdale, Arizona, was convicted of fraud in connection with an email spamming campaign found to be in violation of the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 and conspiracy. He was put on probation for one year and fined $1,000 in 2007.

24. Claude Nathalie Eyamba Fenno

Fenno of Silver Spring, Maryland, was convicted of misrepresentation of citizenship in 2004. He served time in prison before being given one year of supervised release. He was also ordered to pay $15,944 in restitution.

25. Marvin Glyn Ferrell Jr.

Ferrell of Benton, Missouri, was convicted of mail fraud and sentenced to seven months' imprisonment with two years' supervised release in 1994. He was also fined $10,000 and ordered to pay $70,000 in restitution.

26. Sheree Lynn Fox

Fox of Williamsburg, Virginia, was convicted of false bank entry in 1983. She was sentenced to three years' imprisonment and three years' conditional probation during which she was required to perform 400 hours of community service.

27. Arthur Martin Gilreath

Gilreath of Pine Knot, Kentucky, was found guilty of conspiring to manufacture and possess marijuana with intent to distribute. He was sentenced to one year of imprisonment with four years' supervised release in 1992.

28. Ronald Earl Green

Green of Cameron, South Carolina, was convicted of transporting property obtained by fraud across states. He was sentenced to three years' conditional probation that included four months' home confinement.

29. Billy Lynn Greene

Greene of Oilton, Oklahoma, was convicted of the unlawful disposal of hazardous waste including paint and paint thinner without a permit and of causing a criminal act. He was sentenced to five years' probation and fined $7,500 in 1999.

30. Peter Dwight Heidgerd

Heidgerd of East Point, Georgia, was convicted of conduct unbecoming of an officer in the U.S. Army in 1989. As a result, he was required to forfeit all pay, sentenced to one year of confinement, and dismissed from service.

31. Fred Elleston Hicks

Hicks of Racine, Wisconsin, was convicted of acquiring and possessing food stamps in an unlawful manner in 1983. He was sentenced to one year of probation, fined $250, and ordered to pay $305 in restitution.

32. Charles D. Hinton

Hinton of Blevins, Arkansas, was convicted of accessory after the fact to a crime. He was sentenced to 30 months' imprisonment, which was suspended, and three years' probation in 1972.

33. Robert Kevin Hobbs

Hobbs of Louisville, Kentucky, was convicted of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and of aiding and abetting a scheme to defraud Thornton Oil Corp. via interstate wire transfer in 1999. He was also found guilty of engaging in and aiding and abetting monetary transactions with criminally derived property valued at greater than $10,000, obtained through wire fraud impacting interstate commerce. He was sentenced to one year of probation.

34. LeAnton Sheldon Hopewell Sr.

Hopewell of Huber Heights, Ohio, was convicted of aiding and abetting theft from an interstate shipment in 1990. He was sentenced to three years' conditional probation during which he was required to perform 250 hours of community service.

35. Joseph William Hopkins

Hopkins of Cypress, Texas, was convicted of the distribution of cocaine in 1984. He was sentenced to five years' conditional probation during which he was confined to a halfway house for 120 days and after which he was given a three-year special parole term.

36. Michelle Breazeale Horton

Horton of Belton, South Carolina, was convicted of conspiracy to commit mail fraud in 2004. She was sentenced to five years' conditional probation that included six months' home confinement and ordered to pay $11,633.98 in restitution.

37. Mark Eugene Ivey

Ivey of Gilbertsville, Kentucky, was found guilty of 10 counts of aiding and abetting odometer alteration. He was sentenced to five years' conditional probation that included two months of community confinement in 1992.

38. Lisa Ann Jandro

Jandro of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, was convicted of money laundering and conspiracy to commit money laundering in 2000. She was sentenced to 33 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release and fined $7,500.

39. Annis Page Kilday-Douthat

Douthat of Greeneville, Tennessee, was convicted of 12 counts of aiding and abetting mail fraud, six counts of aiding and abetting monetary transactions/interstate commerce, and 23 counts of aiding and abetting money laundering/interstate commerce in 1994. She was sentenced to 26 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release, fined $10,000, and ordered to pay $28,334.08 in restitution.

40. Brian Seiji Kito

Kito of Los Angeles, California, was convicted of conspiracy to possess cocaine with intent to distribute. He was sentenced to one year and one day of imprisonment with four years' supervised release and fined $10,000.

41. Matthew Steeves Lamb

Lamb of San Antonio, Texas, was convicted of aggravated identity theft in 2008. He was sentenced to 24 months' imprisonment with one year of supervised release and order to pay $56,926 in restitution.

42. Taquilla Monyetta Love

Love of Prattville, Alabama, was convicted of the importation of cocaine into the United States and sentenced to four years' probation in 1995.

43. Darryl Pernell Loveless

Loveless of Fredericksburg, Virginia, was convicted of conspiracy to import cocaine, conspiracy to distribute cocaine and its base, the importation of cocaine, and possession with intent to distribute cocaine in 1994. He was sentenced to five days' imprisonment with five years' conditional supervised release during which he was required to complete 300 hours of community service.

44. Randy Wayne Maxwell

Maxwell of Pine Knot, Kentucky, was convicted of conspiracy to manufacture and possess marijuana with intent to distribute. He was sentenced to one year of imprisonment with four years' supervised release in 1993.

45. Jack Donald McAlister

McAlister of Canaan, New Hampshire, was convicted of conspiracy to transport stolen property and two counts of transporting stolen property across states in 1975. He was sentenced to three years' probation.

46. Willie L. McCovey

McCovey of Woodside, California, was found guilty of willfully making and subscribing to a false federal income tax return. He was sentenced to two years' probation and fined $5,000 in 1996.

47. Patricia Marie McNichol

McNichol of Wilmington, Deleware, was convicted of bank embezzlement in 1978. She was sentenced to three years' imprisonment with five years' probation and ordered to pay $16,160 in restitution.

48. Michele Mellor

Mellor of Hazelton, Pennsylvania, was convicted of health care fraud in 2001. She was sentenced to two years' conditional probation during which she was required to complete 50 hours of community service and ordered to pay $1,227 in restitution.

49. Miriam Ortega

Ortega of Miami, Florida, was convicted of both the importation of cocaine and possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. She was sentenced to five years' conditional probation during which she was required to complete 300 hours of community service.

50. Roger Burel Patterson

Patterson of Dahlonega, Georgia, was convicted of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute in 1999. He was sentenced to 24 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release, fined $5,000, and ordered to pay $970 in restitution.

51. Mary Frances Perez

Perez of Deming, New Mexico, was convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute more than 100 kilograms of marijuana. She was sentenced to 24 months' imprisonment with four years' supervised release in 2000.

52. Jimmy Wayne Pharr

Pharr of Belmont, Mississippi, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute, possession with intent to distribute, and the use of a communication facility to arrange the delivery of marijuana in 1990. He was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with five years' supervised release.

53. Jimmy Alton Pierce

Pierce of Hampstead, North Carolina, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute both marijuana and cocaine. He was sentenced to 48 months' imprisonment with five years' supervised release in 1995.

54. Cynthia Ann Raffensparger

Raffensparger of Orem, Utah, was convicted of the fraudulent issuance of money orders and theft of government property in 1985. For this crime, she was sentenced to two years' imprisonment with four years' probation and ordered to pay restitution. In 1986, Raffensparger was found guilty of making a false statement on a loan application and sentenced to two years' imprisonment and five years' probation.

55. Corinda Rushelle Salvi

Salvi of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was convicted of conspiracy and aiding and abetting the use and attempted use of a counterfeit access device. She was sentenced to three years' probation, fined $500, and ordered to pay $93.91 in restitution in 2005.

56. Ian Schrager

Schrager of New York, New York, was convicted of filing false income tax returns in a willful attempt to evade federal income taxes for the 1977 and 1978 fiscal years. He was sentenced to 20 months' imprisonment with five years' probation and fined $20,000 in 1980.

57. Diana Simmons

Simmons of Chino Hills, California, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in 1998 and sentenced to 30 months' imprisonment with five years' supervised release.

58. Jennifer Lynn Smith

Smith of Windham, Maine, was convicted of both possession with intent to distribute and aiding and abetting possession with intent to distribute cocaine, a Schedule II controlled substance, in 1997. She was sentenced to 60 months' imprisonment with four years' supervised release.

59. Kevin Sharod Smith

Smith of Great Falls, Montana, was convicted of importing an unspecified quantity of marijuana. He was sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment with three years' conditional supervised release during which he was required to complete 200 hours of community service in 1999.

60. Danny Ray Softley

Softley of Grafton, Nebraska, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in 2001. He was sentenced to 30 months' imprisonment with three years' conditional supervised release during which he was required to complete 200 hours of community service.

61. Brian Keith Solum

Solum of Fargo, North Dakota, was convicted of knowingly and intentionally possessing with intent to distribute and also distributing cocaine HCI. He was sentenced to 36 months' imprisonment with four years' conditional supervised release during which he was required to perform 150 hours of community service in 1993.

62. Michael Anthony Tedesco

Tedesco of Murrysville, Pennsylvania, was convicted of conspiracy with intent to distribute more than five kilograms of cocaine and unspecified quantities of marijuana in 1990. He was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment with five years' supervised release.

63. Crystal Jo Varner

Varner of Akron, Ohio, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute cocaine and sentenced to 60 months' imprisonment with five years' supervised release in 1996.

64. Thomas Eric Wahlstrom

Wahlstrom of Marquette, Michigan, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute cocaine. He was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release and fined $5,000 in 1995.

65. Ryan Michael Ashbrook

Ashbrook of DeWitt, Michigan, was convicted of possession of approximately 56 pounds of marijuana with intent to distribute in 2000. He was sentenced to three years' conditional probation during which he was required to complete 200 hours of community service.

66. Robert Spencer Baines

Baines of South Thomaston, Maine, was convicted of conspiracy to possess and possession with intent to distribute more than 1,000 pounds of marijuana and sentenced to six years' imprisonment in 1986.

67. Roy Darrell Benson

Benson of Albuquerque, New Mexico, was convicted of bank fraud in 1995. He was sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release and ordered to pay $50,000 in restitution.

68. Theresa Marie Bishop

Bishop of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was convicted of three counts of knowingly disposing of a firearm to a person convicted of a crime punishable by a prison sentence of greater than one year. She was also found guilty of two counts of falsifying firearm purchases. She was sentenced to three years' conditional probation that included one year of home detention in 2006.

69. Tavia Dion Blume

Blume of Snohomish, Washington, was convicted of possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and the use of a firearm in relation to a drug trafficking offense in 1999. She was sentenced to 42 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release.

70. Bob Edward Bone

Bone of St. Louis, Missouri, was convicted of conspiracy to manufacture more than 500 grams of methamphetamine and sentenced to one year and one day of imprisonment with two years' supervised release in 2006.

71. Philip Stephen Brown

Brown of Rock Springs, Wyoming, was convicted of the distribution of and conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine in 2000. He was sentenced to five months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release and five months' home confinement.

72. Jesse Daniel Burgher

Burgher of Montgomery, Alabama, was convicted of possession of at least 100 kilograms of marijuana with intent to distribute and sentenced to 60 months' imprisonment with four years' supervised release in 1989.

73. Caryn Lynn Camp

Camp of Taichung, Taiwan R.O.C., was convicted of 10 counts of wire fraud, two counts of mail fraud, conspiracy to steal trade secrets, conspiracy to transport stolen goods, and the transportation of stolen goods between states. She was sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to pay $7,500 in restitution.

74. Randy Dale Cantu

Cantu of Niwot, Colorado, was convicted of conspiracy and of falsely making and endorsing government bonds in 1978. He was sentenced to five years' probation and ordered to pay $169.80 in restitution.

75. James Randolph Carter

Carter of Wagoner, Oklahoma, was convicted of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine in 1991 and sentenced to five years' imprisonment with five years' supervised release.

76. Dolly Ann Chamberlain

Chamberlain of Herald, California, was convicted of conversion of government money and sentenced to 36 months' probation including 180 days of home confinement in 2002. She was also fined $3,000 and ordered to pay $82,673.06 in restitution.

77. Tietti Onette Chandler

Chandler of Columbus, Mississippi, was convicted of embezzlement of mail materials as an employee of the postal service and sentenced to three years' conditional probation during which she was required to complete 150 hours of community service in 1999.

78. Larry Wayne Childress Jr.

Childress of Williamsville, Missouri, was convicted of two counts of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine in 1997. He was sentenced to one day of imprisonment with four years' supervised release and one year of home detention.

79. Kristi Lynn Coe

Coe of Haw River, North Carolina, was convicted of mail fraud in 2001 and sentenced to five years' conditional probation that included four months' home confinement. She was also ordered to pay $17,785.72 in restitution.

80. Melissa Rae Conley

Conley of Midland, Texas, was convicted of aiding and abetting the distribution of a detectable amount of methamphetamine and sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 2007.

81. Christopher John Darville

Darville of Missouri City, Texas, was convicted of making false statements to a federally insured financial institution in 2001. He was sentenced to one day of imprisonment, three years' conditional supervised release that included three months' home detention, and given a $2,000 fine.

82. Amanda Kucharski DeBlauw

DeBlauw of Newmarket, New Hampshire, was convicted of the distribution of heroin in 1999. She was sentenced to five months' imprisonment with three years' conditional supervised release that included 11 months of home detention.

83. Lehi Victoria Dickey

Dickey of Oakland, California, was convicted of bank embezzlement, sentenced to three years' probation, and fined $1,000 in 1985.

84. Ronald Lee Eyler

Eyler of Williamsport, Maryland, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute more than one kilogram of a substance containing cocaine in detectable amounts in 1992. He was sentenced to two years' imprisonment.

85. Michael Anthony Facchiano Jr.

Facchiano of Venetia, Pennsylvania, was convicted of two counts of mail fraud in 1985. He was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with five years' probation and fined $2,000.

86. Theresa Renee Gardley

Gardley of Hillside, Illinois, was convicted of the unlawful use of an unauthorized access device in 1988. She was sentenced to three years' imprisonment with five years' conditional probation during which she was required to complete 200 hours of community service.

87. Karim Riad Georgy

Georgy of Tampa, Florida, was convicted of acquiring and possessing controlled substances through fraud and sentenced to three years' probation, fined $1,500, and ordered to pay $1,000 in restitution in 2001.

88. Donald Lee Gilbert

Gilbert of Phoenix, Arizona, was convicted of transporting a stolen motor vehicle between states and sentenced to two years' probation in 1964.

89. Pamela Ann Golemba

Golemba of Enfield, Connecticut, was convicted of conspiracy to export cocaine in 1989. She was sentenced to three years' probation with six months' house arrest and fined $2,500.

90. Richard Allen Graham

Graham of Callahan, Florida, was convicted of the destruction of mail materials as an employee of the postal service. He was sentenced to one year of probation and 25 hours of community service.

91. Bobby Joseph Guidry

Guidry of Youngsville, California, was convicted of conspiracy to import and conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana in 1988. He was sentenced to three years' imprisonment with five years' probation and fined $1,000.

92. Edward John Hartman

Hartman of Westampton Township, New Jersey, was convicted of conspiracy when he submitted fraudulent documents to the Federal Housing Administration and Department of Veterans Affairs in 1986. He was sentenced to four months' imprisonment with three years' probation, fined $3,000, and ordered to pay an unspecified amount in restitution.

93. William Bernie Heckle Jr.

Heckle of Orangeburg, South Carolina, was convicted of falsifying medical prescriptions and dispensing Schedule II through V controlled substances illegally without legitimate written orders from a prescribing physician. He was sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 1996.

94. Juleen Nicole Henry

Henry of Duluth, Georgia, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute marijuana and sentenced to 115 days' imprisonment with two years' supervised release in 2001.

95. James Ralph Hoeckelman

Hoeckelman of Irwin, Pennsylvania, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute and possess marijuana with intent to distribute in 1992. He was sentenced to 30 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release.

96. Ralph Allen Hoeckstra

Hoeckstra of Huntington Beach, California, was convicted of the unlawful transportation of wildlife in 2005. He was sentenced to one year of probation and fined $5,000.

97. Samuel Wesley Howze

Howze of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was convicted of the unlawful transportation of firearms and possession of untaxpaid distilled spirits and sentenced to five years' imprisonment in 1970.

98. Herman Lamont Jackson

Jackson of Maple Heights, Ohio, was convicted of two counts of possession with intent to distribute cocaine and its base in 1999. He was sentenced to 63 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release and fined $2,000.

99. Mark Edward Johnson

Johnson of the Hanscom Air Force Base in Massachusetts was convicted of conspiracy to import over 100 kilograms of marijuana in 2004. He was sentenced to 24 months' imprisonment with three years' conditional supervised release during which he was required to complete 200 hours of community service.

100. Cathy Mae Jones

Jones of Alamogordo, New Mexico, was convicted of conspiracy and sentenced to nine days' imprisonment with five years' supervised release in 2006. She was also ordered to pay $1,423.50 in restitution.

101. Fabius Romero Jones

Jones of Oakland, California, was convicted of stealing from an interstate shipment in 1977. He was sentenced to one year of probation and fined $100.

102. Ricky Eugene Jones

Jones of Alamogordo, New Mexico, was convicted of conspiracy and attempting to produce five or more grams of methamphetamine, maintaining a place for the manufacture of methamphetamine, and possession with intent to distribute less than five grams of methamphetamine. He was sentenced to 42 days' imprisonment with five years' supervised release and ordered to pay $1,423.50 in restitution in 2006.

103. James Harold Keaton

Keaton of Bassett, Virginia, was convicted of possessing a stolen firearm in 2007 and sentenced to 30 months' conditional probation during which he was required to complete 50 hours of community service.

104. Dean Robert Kondo

Kondo of Daly City, California, was convicted of possessing counterfeit currency and sentenced to one year and one day of imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 2000.

105. Mary Ann Krauser

Krauser of Fort Yates, North Dakota, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 1982. She was sentenced to two years' imprisonment with five years' probation.

106. Emmanuel Gabriel Leeper

Leeper of Plano, Texas, was convicted of possession with intent to distribute marijuana and sentenced to 151 months' imprisonment with five years' supervised release in 1993.

107. Keith Alan Little

Little of Odessa, Texas, was convicted of intercepting electronic communications in 1990. He was sentenced to five years' probation including four months in a halfway house and fined $10,000.

108. Victoria Hunter Lowe

Lowe of Tucson, Arizona, was convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine and sentenced to 46 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 2006.

109. Dawn Mascari

Mascari of North Branford, Connecticut, was convicted of aiding and abetting in illegal gambling operations in 2002. She was sentenced to three years' conditional probation that included two months of home confinement and fined $2,000.

110. James Willie McGrady Jr.

McGrady of Fayetteville, North Carolina, was convicted of aiding and abetting and distributing over 500 grams of cocaine as well as possessing a firearm used for drug trafficking purposes. He was sentenced to 37 months' imprisonment with four years' supervised release, fined $5,000, and ordered to pay $1,000 in restitution.

111. John Frederick McNeely Jr.

McNeely of Santa Ana, California, was convicted of receiving counterfeit government obligations and sentenced to three years' probation in 1970.

112. Kenneth Shannon Meadows

Meadows of Celina, Tennessee, was convicted of manufacturing, assembling, modifying, selling, and distributing electronic devices to be used in the unauthorized decryption of home satellite television services in 2003. He was sentenced to three years' conditional probation that included six months' home confinement and ordered to pay $36,424 in restitution.

113. Roger Delos Melius

Melius of Faulkton, South Dakota, was convicted of conspiracy to submit false statements in 2007. He was sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to pay $87,712.91 in restitution.

114. Samuel Nyamongo Mongare

Mongare of Arlington, Texas, was convicted of possessing false identification documents intended to be used to defraud the United States. He was sentenced to four months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 2001.

115. Steven Odell Moon

Moon of Burleson, Texas, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute and possess phenylacetic acid, which is often used to manufacture amphetamines, in 1991. He was sentenced to 60 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release.

116. George Bernard Moran

Moran of Federal Way, Washington, was convicted of conspiracy to import and possess with intent to distribute over 1,000 pounds of marijuana into the United States and of subscribing to a false income tax return. He was sentenced to eight years' imprisonment in 1984.

117. Thomas Whitfield Morris Jr.

Morris of Pawleys Island, South Carolina, was convicted of conspiracy to import cocaine into the United States in 1992. He was sentenced to five years' conditional probation during which he was required to complete 300 hours of community service.

118. Christopher Muratore

Muratore of Tampa, Florida, was convicted of devising a scheme to defraud the United States of money and property and of devising a scheme to deprive both the United States Bankruptcy Court and U.S. citizens of honest services. He was sentenced to 36 months' probation that included six months' home detention and ordered to pay $107,850 in restitution in 2001.

119. Serena Denise Nunn

Nunn of Atlanta, Georgia, was convicted of aiding and abetting in an attempt to possess with intent to distribute cocaine, conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine, and possession with intent to distribute cocaine base in 1990. She was sentenced to 188 months' imprisonment with five years' supervised release.

120. Francis Joseph O'Hara Sr.

O'Hara of Camden, Maine, was convicted of conspiracy to restrain, suppress, and eliminate competition by rigging bids as well as conspiracy to willingly and knowingly make and use falsified statements in Defense Personnel Support Command matters in 1991. He was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with two years' supervised release, fined $200,000, and ordered to pay $950,000 in restitution.

121. James Allen Palmatier

Palmatier of Highland, New York, was convicted of possession with intent to distribute cocaine. He was sentenced to 97 months' imprisonment with four years' conditional supervised release during which he was required to complete 300 hours of community service in 1989.

122. Allen Wayne Parker

Parker of Fort Smith, Arizona, was convicted of stealing property from a U.S. officer as a U.S. officer in 1991. He was sentenced to three years' conditional probation that included both home confinement and intermittent confinement and fined $1,000.

123. Robert Allen Petty

Petty of Mineola, Texas, was convicted of the distribution of methamphetamine and sentenced to 33 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 1994.

124. Benjamin Ramos

Ramos of Jamaica, New York, was convicted of two counts of conspiracy to transport and sell stolen goods in 2000. He was sentenced to four years' probation and ordered to pay $5,000 in restitution.

125. Erica Renee Ramos

Ramos of Port St. Lucie, Florida, was convicted of using a communication facility to facilitate a drug felony and sentenced to two years' probation in 2003.

126. Doretha Doreen Rhone

Rhone of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was convicted of theft, sentenced to three years' probation, and ordered to pay $3,060 in restitution in 1989.

127. Adam Philip Ricciardiello

Ricciardiello of Naples, Florida, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute marijuana in 2002. He served an unspecified amount of time in prison, was sentenced to three months' residence in a community confinement center, given four years' conditional release during which he was required to complete 200 hours of community service, and fined $5,000.

128. Ramon Escalera Sanchez

Sanchez of Cheney, Washington, was convicted of conspiracy with intent to distribute less than 500 grams of cocaine and sentenced to 27 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 2003.

129. Bryan Scot Sandquist

Sandquist of Gig Harbor, Washington, was convicted of possession of a firearm as a felon and sentenced to 40 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 2002.

130. Heidi Kay Schmidt

Schmidt of Denton, Nebraska, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance in 2005. She was sentenced to 30 months' imprisonment with five years' conditional supervised release during which she was required to complete 250 hours of community service.

131. Allen Thompson Sherwood

Sherwood of Ooltewah, Tennessee, was convicted of shoplifting, regarded as conduct unbecoming of an officer, and dismissed from service with the Air Force in 1990. He was also sentenced to four months' confinement, required to forfeit $500 from his paycheck every month for four months, and fined $5,000.

132. Kaseen Lathell Simmons

Simmons of Detroit, Michigan, was convicted of possession with intent to distribute less than 50 kilograms of marijuana in 1999 and sentenced to 21 months' imprisonment with two years' supervised release.

133. Brenda Lorene Sinclair

Sinclair of Boise, Idaho, was convicted of receiving, possessing, concealing, and disposing of stolen money and sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment with five years' probation in 1986. She was also ordered to pay $1,986 in restitution.

134. Michael Slavinsky

Slavinsky of Irvine, California, was convicted of illegal supplementation of salary as a United States employee, a misdemeanor, in 1998. He was sentenced to three years' conditional probation during which he was required to complete 50 hours of community service and ordered to pay $10,000 in restitution.

135. Richard Earl Smout

Smout of Blackfoot, Idaho, was convicted of possessing stolen mail and sentenced to 77 days' imprisonment with two years' supervised release in 2001.

136. Robin Shelley Soodeen

Soodeen of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, was convicted of bank embezzlement and sentenced to eight months' confinement in a halfway house with five years' supervised release and ordered to pay $49,000 in restitution in 2001.

137. Pamela Joy Stokes

Stokes of Southfield, Michigan, was convicted of making a false statement and sentenced to two years' conditional probation including 120 days' home confinement in 2006.

138. Joseph Eugene Swies

Swies of Frederic, Wisconsin, was convicted of forging postal money orders, sentenced to three years' probation, and ordered to pay $1,259.71 in restitution in 1984.

139. Shari Dee Trompke

Trompke of Grand Island, Nebraska, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and sentenced to 36 months' imprisonment with five years' supervised release in 1997.

140. Jessica Ann Tyson

Tyson of Grand Rapids, Michigan, was convicted of conspiracy to commit bank fraud in 1997. She was sentenced to two years' probation and ordered to pay $1,200.

141. Robert Steven Warden

Warden of Monroe, Washington, was convicted of possessing two grams of heroin and sentenced to one year of probation in 1972.

142. Vera Mae Yurisich

Yurisich of Cashmere, Washington, was convicted of perjury and sentenced to three months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 2007.

143. Khosrow Afghahi

Afghahi was indicted in 2015 for allegedly facilitating the illegal export of high-tech microelectronics, uninterruptible power supplies, and other commodities to Iran in violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act.

144. Tooraj Faridi

Faridi was indicted in 2015 for allegedly facilitating the illegal export of high-tech microelectronics, uninterruptible power supplies and other commodities to Iran in violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act.

145. Nima Golestaneh

Golestaneh pleaded guilty in Vermont in 2015 to wire fraud and his involvement in the October 2012 hacking of a Vermont-based engineering consulting and software company. 

146. Bahram Mechanic

Mechanic was indicted on charges of violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act for allegedly shipping millions of dollars in technology to his company in Iran.

147. Jon Dylan Girard

Girard was convicted of making counterfeit obligations in Ohio in 2002.

148. Melody Eileen Homa

Homa was convicted of aiding and abetting bank fraud in Virginia in 1991.

149. Roy Norman Auvil

Auvil of Bartonville, Illinois, was convicted in 1964 of possessing an unregistered distilling apparatus. He was sentenced to five years' probation.

150. Bernard Bryan Bulcourf

Bulcourf of McIntosh, Florida, was convicted in 1988 of counterfeiting money. He was sentenced to 90 days' confinement in a community treatment center and three years' probation.

151. Steve Charlie Calamars

Calamars of San Antonio, Texas, was convicted in 1989 of possession of phenyl-2-propanone with intent to manufacture a quantity of methamphetamine. He was sentenced to 57 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release.

152. Diane Mary DeBarri

DeBarri of Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, was convicted in 1984 of the distribution of methamphetamine. She was sentenced to 90 days' imprisonment and five years' conditional probation during which she was required to complete community service.

153. Donnie Keith Ellison

Ellison of London, Kentucky, was convicted in 1995 of manufacturing marijuana. He was sentenced to five months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release.

154. John Marshall French

French of Clovis, California, was convicted in 1993 of conspiracy to transport a stolen motor vehicle in interstate commerce. He was sentenced to three years' conditional probation during which he was required to complete 100 hours of community service and was also ordered to pay $2,337 in restitution.

155. Ricardo Marcial Lomedico Sr.

Lomedico of Point Roberts, Washington, was convicted in 1969 of misappropriation of bank funds. He was sentenced to five years' imprisonment.

156. David Raymond Mannix

Mannix, a former U.S. Marine, of Lafayette, Oregon, was convicted in 1989 of conspiracy to commit larceny and theft of military property. He was sentenced to 75 days' confinement, required to forfeit $350 of his monthly paycheck for three months, demoted to Private First Class, and reduced to pay grade E-2.

157. David Neil Mercer

Mercer of Grand Junction, Colorado, was convicted in 1997 of violating the Archaeological Resources Protection Act. According to published reports, Mercer damaged American Indigenous remnants on federal land. He was sentenced to 36 months' probation, fined $2,500, and ordered to pay $1,437.72 in restitution.

158. Claire Holbrook Mulford

Mulford of Flint, Texas, was convicted in 1993 of using a residence to distribute methamphetamine. She was sentenced to 70 months' imprisonment with two years' supervised release.

159. Brian Edward Sledz

Sledz of Naperville, Illinois, was convicted of wire fraud in Illinois in 1993. He was sentenced to one year of conditional probation during which he was required to pay $1,318 for supervision and $8,297.91 in restitution.

160. Albert Byron Stork

Stork of Delta, Colorado, was convicted of filing a false tax return in 1987. He was sentenced to six months' confinement with three years' probation.

161. William Ricardo Alvarez

Alvarez of Marietta, Georgia, was convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute heroin and conspiracy to import heroin. He was sentenced in 1997 to nine months' imprisonment with four years' supervised release.

162. Charlie Lee Davis Jr.

Davis of Wetumpka, Alabama, was convicted of possession with intent to distribute cocaine base and use of a minor to distribute cocaine base. He was sentenced in 1995 to 87 months' imprisonment with five years' supervised release.

163. Ronald Eugene Greenwood

Greenwood of Crane, Missouri, was convicted of conspiracy to violate the Clean Water Act. He was sentenced in 1996 to three years' probation with six months' home confinement, required to complete 100 hours of community service, ordered to pay $5,000 in restitution, and fined $1,000.

164. Joe Hatch

Hatch of Lake Placid, Florida, was convicted of possession with intent to distribute marijuana. He was sentenced in 1990 to 60 months' imprisonment with four years' supervised release.

165. Martin Alan Hatcher

Hatcher of Foley, Alabama, was convicted of distribution and possession with intent to distribute marijuana. He was sentenced in 1992 to five years' probation.

166. Derek James Laliberte

Laliberte of Auburn, Maine, was convicted of money laundering. He was sentenced in 1993 to 18 months' imprisonment with 2 years' supervised release.

167. Alfred J. Mack

Mack of Manassas, Virginia, was convicted of the unlawful distribution of heroin and sentenced in 1982 to 18 to 54 months' imprisonment. 

168. Robert Andrew Schindler

Schindler of Goshen, Virginia, was convicted of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and mail fraud and sentenced in 1986 to three years' probation including four months' home confinement and ordered to pay $10,000 in restitution.

169. Willie Shaw Jr.

Shaw of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, was convicted of armed bank robbery and sentenced in 1974 to 15 years' imprisonment.

170. Kimberly Lynn Stout

Stout of Bassett, Virginia, was convicted of bank embezzlement and false entries in the books of a lending institution. She was sentenced in 1993 to one-day of imprisonment with three years' supervised release including five months' home confinement.

171. Bernard Anthony Sutton Jr.

Sutton of Norfolk, Virginia, was convicted of theft of personal property and sentenced in 1989 to three years' probation, ordered to pay $825 in restitution, and fined $500.

172. Chris Deann Switzer

Switzer of Omaha, Nebraska, was convicted of conspiracy to violate narcotics laws and sentenced in 1996 to four years' probation, six months home confinement, drug and alcohol treatment, and 200 hours of community service.

173. Miles Thomas Wilson

Wilson of Williamsburg, Ohio, was convicted of mail fraud and sentenced in 1981 to three years' supervised release.

174. Robert Leroy Bebee 

Bebee of Rockville, Maryland, was convicted of misprision of a felony and was sentenced to two years' probation. 

175. James Anthony Bordinaro 

Bordinaro of Gloucester, Massachusetts, was convicted of conspiracy to restrain, suppress, and eliminate competition in violation of the Sherman Act and conspiracy to submit false statements and was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment with three years' supervised release and fined $55,000. 

176. Kelli Elisabeth Collins 

Collins of Harrison, Arkansas, was convicted of aiding and abetting a wire fraud and sentenced to five years' probation.

177. Edwin Hardy Futch Jr.

Futch of Pembroke, Georgia, was convicted of theft from an interstate shipment and sentenced to five years' probation and ordered to pay $2,399.72 in restitution in 1976.

178. Cindy Marie Griffith 

Griffith of Moyock, North Carolina, was convicted of distributing satellite cable television decryption devices and sentenced to two years' probation with 100 hours of community service in 2000. 

179. Roy Eugene Grimes Sr. 

Grimes of Athens, Tennessee, was convicted of falsely altering a United States postal money order and passing, uttering, and publishing a forged and altered money order with intent to defraud. He was sentenced to 18 months' probation in 1961.

180. Jon Christopher Kozeliski

Kozeliski of Decatur, Illinois, was convicted of conspiracy to traffic counterfeit goods and sentenced to one year of probation with six months' home confinement and fined $10,000 in 1994.

181. Karen Ragee

Ragee of Decatur, Illinois, was convicted of conspiracy to traffic counterfeit goods and sentenced to one year of probation with six months' home confinement and fined $2,500 in 1994.

182. Jimmy Ray Mattison 

Mattison of Anderson, South Carolina, was convicted of conspiracy to transport and cause the transportation of altered securities in interstate commerce. He was sentenced to three years' probation in 1969.

183. An Na Peng 

Peng of Honolulu, Hawaii, was convicted of conspiracy to defraud the Immigration and Naturalization Service and sentenced to two years' probation and fined $2,000 in 1996.

184. Michael John Petri 

Petri of Montrose, South Dakota, was convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of a controlled substance. He was sentenced to five years' imprisonment with three years' supervised release in 1989.

185. Jamari Salleh 

Salleh of Alexandria, Virginia, was convicted of false claims upon and against the United States and sentenced to four years' probation, fined $5,000, and ordered to pay $5,900 in restitution in 1989.

186. Alfor Sharkey 

Sharkey of Omaha, Nebraska, was convicted of the unauthorized acquisition of food stamps and sentenced to three years' probation including 100 hours of community service. He was also ordered to pay $2,750 in restitution in 1994.

187. Donald Barrie Simon Jr. 

Simon of Chattanooga, Tennessee, was convicted of aiding and abetting in the theft of an interstate shipment and sentenced to two years' imprisonment with three years' probation in 1982.

188. Lynn Marie Stanek

Stanek of Tualatin, Oregon, was convicted of unlawful use of a communication facility to distribute cocaine in 1986. She was sentenced to six months in jail with five years' probation conditioned upon residence in a community treatment center for a period not to exceed one year.

189. Larry Wayne Thornton 

Thornton of Forsyth, Georgia, was convicted of possession of an unregistered firearm and possession of a firearm without a serial number and was sentenced to four years' probation in 1974.

190. Donna Kaye Wright

Wright of Friendship, Tennessee, was convicted of embezzlement and misapplication of bank funds and sentenced to 54 days' imprisonment with three years' probation conditioned on the performance of six hours of community service per week in 1983.

191. Lesley Claywood Berry Jr. 

Berry of Loretto, Kentucky, was convicted of conspiracy to manufacture, possess with intent to distribute, and distribute marijuana and was sentenced to three years in prison in 1988.

192. Dennis George Bulin 

Bulin of Wesley Chapel, Florida, was convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute in excess of 1,000 pounds of marijuana and was sentenced to five years' probation and fined $20,000 in 1987.

193. Ricky Dale Collett

Collett of Annville, Kentucky, was convicted of aiding and abetting in the manufacture of 61 marijuana plants and sentenced in 2002 to one year of probation conditioned on 60 days of home detention.

194. Martin Kaprelian 

Kaprelian of Park Ridge, Illinois, was convicted of conspiracy to transport stolen property in interstate commerce, transporting stolen property in interstate commerce, and concealing stolen property that was transported in interstate commerce. He was sentenced in 1984 to nine years in prison and five years' probation.

195. Thomas Paul Ledford 

Ledford of Jonesborough, Tennessee, was convicted of conducting and directing an illegal gambling business. He was sentenced in 1995 to one year of probation conditioned on the performance of 100 hours of community service.

196. Randy Eugene Dyer

Dyer of Burien, Washington, was convicted of conspiracy to import marijuana as well as conspiracy to remove baggage from the custody and control of the U.S. Customs Service and convey false information concerning an attempt to damage a civil aircraft in 1975. He was sentenced to five years' imprisonment and two years' special parole.

197. Danny Alonzo Levitz

Levitz of Angola, Indiana, was convicted of conspiracy to commit an offense in 1980. He was sentenced to two years' probation and fined $400.

198. Michael Ray Neal

Neal of Palm Coast, Florida, was convicted of the manufacture, assembly, modification, and distribution of equipment for unauthorized decryption of satellite cable programming in 1991. He was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with three years' conditional supervised release including six months' home confinement and fined $2,500.

199. Edwin Alan North

North of Wolcottville, Indiana, was convicted of the transfer of a firearm without payment of transfer tax in 1980. He was sentenced to six months' unsupervised probation.

200. Allen Edward Peratt Sr.

Peratt of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in 1990. He was sentenced to 30 months' imprisonment with five years' supervised release.

201. Christine Marie Rossiter

Rossiter of Lincoln, Nebraska, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute less than 50 kilograms of marijuana in 1992. She was sentenced to three years' conditional probation during which she was required to complete 500 hours of community service.

202. Patricia Ann Weinzatl

Weinzatl of Prentice, Wisconsin, was convicted of structuring transactions to evade reporting requirements in 2001. She was sentenced to three years' probation and fined $5,000.

203. Bobby Gerald Wilson

Wilson of Summerton, South Carolina, was convicted of Aiding and abetting the possession and sale of illegal American alligator hides in 1985. He was sentenced to three and a half months' imprisonment and five years' conditional probation during which he was required to complete 300 hours of community service.

204. James Bernard Banks

Banks of Liberty, Utah, was convicted of illegal possession of government property and sentenced in 1972 to two years' probation.

205. Russell James Dixon

Dixon of Clayton, Georgia, was convicted of a felony liquor law violation and sentenced in 1960 to two years' probation.

206. Laurens Dorsey 

Dorsey of Syracuse, New York, was convicted of conspiracy to defraud the United States by making false statements to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. She was sentenced to five years' probation and ordered to pay $71,000 in restitution.

207. Ronald Lee Foster 

Foster of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, was convicted of mutilation of coins and sentenced to one year of probation and fined $20.

208. Timothy James Gallagher

Gallagher of Navasota, Texas, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute cocaine. He was sentenced to three years' probation in 1982.

209. Roxane Kay Hettinger 

Hettinger of Powder Springs, Georgia, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute cocaine and sentenced in 1986 to 30 days in jail followed by three years' probation.

210. Edgar Leopold Kranz Jr. 

Kranz of Minot, North Dakota, was convicted of wrongful use of cocaine, adultery, and writing three insufficient fund checks in 1994. He was court-martialed and discharged from the military for bad conduct, sentenced to 24 months' confinement, and issued a pay grade reduction.

211. Floretta Leavy 

Leavyof Rockford, Illinois, was convicted of the distribution of cocaine, conspiracy to distribute cocaine, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, and possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. She was sentenced in 1984 to one year and one day in prison and three years' special parole.

212. Scoey Lathaniel Morris 

Morris of Crosby, Texas, was convicted of passing counterfeit obligations or securities and sentenced in 1999 to three years' probation and ordered to pay $1,200 in restitution.

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