From: Law Vegas Review-Journal
By RICARDO TORRES
A Las Vegas-based federal prosecutor and a Homeland Security agent have been honored for their work on a global cyber-crime investigation, the U.S Department of Justice announced Tuesday.
Nevada Assistant U.S. Attorney Kimberly Frayn received the William D. Neumann Prosecutor of the Year Award, for her prosecution of members of “Carder.su,” an “international cybercrime organization,” the DOJ said in a statement.
“Operation Open Market” has so far resulted in criminal charges for 56 people, the release said. Twenty-five have been convicted, while others are fugitives or have pending trials in Las Vegas, the DOJ said.