Federal Law Enforcement Agencies
Los Angeles County

FBI Los Angeles Most Wanted Fugitives


Agency Contact
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives 550 North Brand Blvd, Ste 800, Glendale 91203
(818) 265-2500
Bureau of Diplomatic Security Service, State Dept. 255 E Temple St, Ste 1273, LA 90012
(213) 894-3290
Federal Bureau of Investigation 11000 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 1700, LA 90024
(310) 477-6565
Federal Bureau of Prisons Two locations
U.S. Coast Guard - Base Los Angeles / Long Beach L.A. area air & sea stations
U.S. Customs & Border Protection - LA/LB Harbor & LAX 1 World Trade Center, Ste 705, Long Beach 90831
(562) 980-3100
U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement
Enforcement & Removal Operations (Removal Operations)
300 N Los Angeles St, Room 7631A, Los Angeles 90012
(213) 830-7911
U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement
Homeland Security Investigations (Criminal Investigations)
501 W Ocean Blvd, Ste 7200, Long Beach 90802
(562) 624-3800
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration 255 E Temple St, 20th Flr, LA 90012
(213) 621-6700
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Criminal Investigations Division 600 S Lake Ave, Ste 502, Pasadena 91106
(626) 583-7528
U.S. Internal Revenue Service - Criminal Enforcement 300 N Los Angeles St, Los Angeles 90012
(213) 894-4120
U.S. Marshals Service U.S. Courthouse, 312 N Spring St, Rm G-23, LA 90012
(213) 894-2485
U.S. Postal Inspection Service PO Box 2000, Pasadena 91102-2000
(626) 405-1200
U.S. Secret Service 725 S Figueroa St, Ste 1300, LA 90017
(213) 894-4830
U.S. Securities Exchange Commission 5670 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 1100, LA 90036
(323) 965-3998
U.S. Transportation Security Agency 5670 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 1100, LA 90036
(323) 965-3998


On May 18, 1998, after a three-year, six nation undercover investigation coded "Operation Casablanca," U.S. Customs Service agents led by the Los Angeles office arrested 28 bankers and more than 130 other persons across the United States in the largest criminal money laundering case in U.S. history. Approximately $35 million was seized. The operation concluded when several targeted persons were lured to a party held at a casino in Las Vegas. Three of Mexico's largest banks were indicted for money laundering. The federal operation was run out of an undercover "storefront" located in Santa Fe Springs.


On January 14, 1938, FBI agents were stationed at every betting window of the Santa Anita racetrack. Each agent had a list of money bills that had been previously paid out as a ransom. John Henry Seadland stepped up and laid a $10 bet. He was arrested and eventually executed in the electric chair for the kidnap-murder of Charles A. Ross. J. Edgar Hoover called Seadland the “most vicious and cold-blooded killer” he had ever come across.