Diana Toebbe Ordered To Remain In Custody On Espionage ChargesAn Annapolis woman accused of conspiring with her husband to sell military secrets to a foreign government must remain in federal custody while awaiting trial on espionage charges, a judge ruled Thursday.
FBI: Cash, Shredded Papers Seen At Toebbe's Annapolis Home In Spy Case
Jonathan & Diana Toebbe Plead Not Guilty To Espionage ChargesA U.S. Navy nuclear engineer from Annapolis will remain in custody while awaiting trial on espionage charges, but a federal judge has yet to determine if that should be the case for his wife.
Annapolis Couple Indicted On National Security Charges In West VirginiaOfficials announced Tuesday that Jonathan and Diana Toebbe were indicted today by a Grand Jury in Elkins, West Virginia, on national security charges.
Court Delays Detention Hearing In Annapolis Couple's Espionage CaseA detention hearing for the Annapolis couple facing espionage charges related to a plot to sell military secrets to a foreign intelligence away has been postponed until next week.
Leak Of Military Secrets Could Cause 'Grave Damage' To U.S., Defense Expert WarnsDays after the arrests of an Annapolis couple accused of trying to sell military secrets to a foreign intelligence agency, a defense expert is weighing in on the significance of the data at the center of the case.
Annapolis Couple Could Face Life In Prison If Convicted Of Espionage ChargesA Navy nuclear engineer and his wife could both face life in prison if convicted of espionage charges related to a plot to sell military secrets to a foreign government.
Annapolis Couple Accused Of Trying To Sell Military Secrets To Foreign GovernmentA Navy nuclear engineer and his wife are set to appear in federal court in West Virginia on Tuesday to face accusations that they tried to sell military secrets to a foreign government.