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Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20530
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However , Georgia
Kennesaw's City Council
Gulf Coast High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force
bachelor of science
University of Mississippi
Mississippi College School of Law
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Governor Phil Bryant Appoints John Dowdy Director of Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics
Dowdy replaces Sam Owens, who is retiring. Dowdy comes to MBN from the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Mississippi, where he worked in the criminal division. ...Read More
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Home > Local > Governor Phil Bryant Appoints John Dowdy Director of Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics Governor Phil Bryant Appoints John Dowdy Director of Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics Dowdy replaces Sam Owens, who is retiring. Dowdy comes to MBN from the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Mississippi, where he worked in the criminal division. Dowdy started in the U.S. Attorney's Office in 1988. John shares that commitment. As chief of the criminal division, Dowdy oversaw dozens of narcotics investigations and prosecutions involving major drug trafficking organizations importing illegal narcotics into Mississippi with sources of supply in many cases linked to Mexican cartels. Dowdy also served on the executive committee of the Gulf Coast High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force. Dowdy's auxiliary responsibilities at the U.S. Attorney's Office included coordinating task forces related to Katrina fraud, public corruption and environmental crimes. He served the office's coordinator for victims' rights, confidential human sources and crisis management. Dowdy enjoyed a decorated career as a prosecutor. Among his honors are three Special Achievement Awards from the United States Department of Justice, the Director's Award for Superior Performance as an AUSA in 1998 and the agency's Certificate of Appreciation for his work reviewing FBI reports related to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Dowdy graduated from Mississippi College with a bachelor of science in business administration. He earned his law degree from Mississippi College School of Law.
While the investigation is occurring, Dowdy was appointed the acting U.S. Attorney for the district by
All this innocent until proven guilty nonsense is not just John Dowdy's interpretation of he should do whatever necessary to try to get me to say that I'm guilty," said Watts. In May 2016, Dowdy unexpectedly resigned from U.S. Attorney's Office. Watts successfully fought any attempts to delay the trial. After the conclusion of the trial, Watts spoke out against what he believed to be the true motive of the state's case against him: "The main thing is this whole thing happened because of a prosecutor [John Dowdy] who sought personal glory by taking down somebody like me for a notch on his belt. John Dowdy, former U.S. Attorney's Office Criminal Division Chief John Dowdy, took over as the director of the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics on Nov. 1.
"I can't comment since its an ongoing criminal investigation," John Dowdy, chief of the criminal division for the U.S. attorney's office for the Southern District of Mississippi, said in a phone interview.
A Poplarville man was sentenced to a 40 month prison term, ordered to pay more than $150,000 in restitution and to serve three years of supervised probation in a plea deal for fraud and aggravated identity theft, said John Dowdy, Chief of Criminal Division for the Southern District of Mississippi's U.S. Attorney's office.