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James H. Patrick

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Domain & Strategic Partnership

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Employment History

Coordinator

Federal Bureau of Investigation


SP and InfraGard Conference Coordinator

Federal Bureau of Investigation


Special Agent

Federal Bureau of Investigation


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AFIO Weekly Intelligence Notes

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Patrick Laflin was a Special Agent with the FBI for over thirty years with extensive investigative and analytical experience in Foreign Counter-intelligence.
He is a subject matter expert on the Cuban Intelligence Service and assisted in the arrest of fifteen Cuban spies and illegal officers from Cuba's "Wasp Network" based in Florida during the 1990s. He retired from the FBI in December, 2005, only to return the following year as the Domain Coordinator for the Tampa Division. The FBI's Domain Program fosters outreach and partnership with public and private entities to protect the national and economic security of the United States through the exchange of information. Bringing his field experience to life for us, he will be relating the story of Cuban Spies in Florida. Since we all understand the motivations for spying, he will focus on case studies. He will be speaking for a bit over an hour, but we're sure his gripping stories will make the time fly.


www.idahostatesman.com

This entire event took about seven minutes and did not activate the ATM alarm, FBI special agent James Patrick wrote in an affidavit for an arrest warrant for the two men, describing a Dec. 8, 2013, heist in Douglas, Wyo.
SIMILAR THEFTS FOUND Patrick, who works out of the FBIs office in Casper, Wyo., was investigating the theft of $74,020 from a Converse County Bank ATM in Douglas when he stumbled onto a much bigger caper. He learned that Guaranty Bank and Trust in Castle Rock, Colo., had a similar ATM break-in three days after the Wyoming job. Thieves cut bolts off the door and used a chain to pull it free. They got away with $16,200. Patrick issued a bulletin asking FBI offices across the country to notify him of any similar ATM heists. He learned of three a month earlier in Billings and Missoula, Mont. The thieves cleared out $41,285 from those ATMs. DODGE TRUCK PROVIDES LEAD The first big break in the case came when Patrick learned of a string of ATM thefts a year earlier in San Antonio, Texas. Patrick, the FBI agent, obtained a search warrant and went through Verizon phone records connected to a phone Davenport carried with an Idaho number. Signals from the phone registered on cell towers in many of the towns, usually minutes before the ATM robberies occurred, he said. Patrick also obtained records from a nationwide criminal database.


www.reviewjournal.com

In an application for arrest warrants for Nathan Paul Davenport and Matthew Taber Annable, FBI Special Agent James Patrick lists a string of thefts in which the robbers cut the bolts on the ATM door, attached a chain to a pickup truck and pulled off the door to get to the money, the Idaho Statesman (http://bit.ly/1jbn6yV ) reports.
Patrick, who is based in Cheyenne, Wyo., was investigating the Dec. 8 theft of just over $74,000 from an ATM in Douglas, Wyo., when he heard about a similar robbery of more than $16,000 from an ATM in Castle Rock, Colo., on Dec. 11. At that point, Patrick said he contacted FBI offices throughout the United States to determine if similar thefts had occurred elsewhere. Patrick also learned that Davenport was a suspect in two October 2012 ATM thefts in San Antonio, Texas, that cost the banks over $144,000.


www.idahostatesman.com

FBI special agent James Patrick in Casper was investigating the Douglas, Wyo., theft when he discovered a similar theft in Castle Rock, Colo.
He issued a bulletin to FBI offices across the nation asking for information on any ATM thefts. Reports came back from Montana, Texas, Mississippi and Florida. The big break came when Patrick traced two Dodge pickups used in heists in San Antonio, Texas, to Davenport. Patrick also traced phone records on a phone Davenport carried with an Idaho number.


www.idahostatesman.com

James Patrick, an FBI agent in Wyoming, tied the pair to the larger string of ATM robberies while investigating the Wyoming theft.
He learned that Guaranty Bank and Trust in Castle Rock, Colo., had a similar ATM break-in on Dec. 11, three days after the Wyoming job. Thieves cut bolts off the door and used a chain to pull it free. They got away with $16,200. Patrick issued a bulletin asking FBI offices across the country to notify him of any similar ATM heists. He learned of three a month earlier in Billings and Missoula, Mont. The thieves cleared out $41,285 from those ATMs. The first big break in the case came when Patrick learned of a string of ATM thefts a year earlier in San Antonio, Texas. Patrick, the FBI agent, obtained a search warrant and went through Verizon phone records connected to a phone Davenport carried with an Idaho number. Signals from the phone registered on cell towers in many of the towns, usually minutes before the ATM robberies occurred, he said. Patrick also obtained records from a nationwide criminal database.


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