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Criminals

There are twenty-three Criminals called Stephen.

  • Stephen Donaldson (activist)

    Stephen Donaldson (activist) is a Criminal... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Donaldson (activist))

  • Stephen Fry

    Stephen Fry is a Criminal... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Fry)

  • Stephen King (paedophile)

    Stephen King (b. 1949 or 1950) is a British man convicted of child sexual abuse.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen King (paedophile))

  • Stephen M. Cohen

    Stephen M. Cohen is a Criminal... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen M. Cohen)

  • Stephen Kappes

    Stephen R. Kappes (born August 22, 1951, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA) is a senior U.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Kappes)

  • Stephen Flemmi

    Stephen Flemmi is a Criminal... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Flemmi)

  • Stephen Lander

    Sir Stephen Lander, KCB (born 1947) is the former chair of the United Kingdom's Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) who also served as director-general (DG) of the British Security Service (MI5) from 1996 to 2002.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Lander)

  • Stephen Blumberg

    Stephen Carrie Blumberg (born St. Paul, Minnesota) is best known as a bibliomane who lived in Ottumwa, Iowa.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Blumberg)

  • Stephen John Sutton

    Stephen John Sutton (born 1964) is an Australian man currently imprisoned in Argentina. He was arrested on February 4, 2003Operation Kangaroo nets cocaine haul in Buenos Aires Australian Broadcasting Corporation, February 9, 2003 after a joint operation by the Australian Federal Police and Argentine Police.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen John Sutton)

  • Stephen Marshall (murderer)

    Stephen Marshall (9 August 1985 – 16 April 2006) was a 20-year old man who made headlines after searching federal Sex Offender registries for the names and addresses of convicted sex offenders, then traveling to Maine and killing two.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Marshall (murderer))

  • Stephen Morin

    Stephen Peter Morin (February 19, 1951 – March 13, 1985) was a serial-killer executed by lethal injection by the state of Texas.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Morin)

  • Stephen Reid (writer)

    Stephen Reid (born 1950) is a Canadian writer, who has also been convicted twice of bank robbery.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Reid (writer))

  • Stephen Shaw (ombudsman)

    Stephen Shaw, CBE (born 26 March 1953) is Prisons and Probation Ombudsman for England and Wales. He was first appointed Prisons Ombudsman in October 1999; from September 1, 2001 his remit was extended to take in complaints against the National Probation Service (NPS) from those under supervision in the community.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Shaw (ombudsman))

  • Stephen Stanko

    Stephen Stanko (born 1968), is a convicted murderer, who killed two people and raped a teenage girl in Murrels Inlet, a great small town near Georgetown County, South Carolina, in 2005.Fox News April 13, 2005... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Stanko)

  • Stephen Poludniak

    Stephen E. Poludniak was an attorney who was convicted, with Elizabeth Eagleton Weigand, of attempting to blackmail United States Senator Thomas Eagleton of Missouri during his 1980 re-election bid.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Poludniak)

  • Stephen Armone

    Stephen Armone (November 17, 1899 Palermo, Sicily – 1960), also known as "14th Street Steve", was a New York gangster with the Gambino crime family who ran gambling operations in Lower Manhattan. He was the older brother of Gambino capo Joseph Armone.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Armone)

  • Stephen Wayne Anderson

    Stephen Wayne Anderson is a Criminal... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Wayne Anderson)

  • Stephen Smith (Whitewater)

    Stephen Smith is a University of Arkansas communications professor who was a top gubernatorial aide to Bill Clinton in Arkansas. Smith help run Governor Bill Clinton's early office and help him overcome his early defeat in his political career.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Smith (Whitewater))

  • Stephen Grammauta

    Stephen "Stevie Coogan" Grammauta (born in 1917) is a caporegime with the Gambino crime family who allegedly participated in the murder of mob boss Albert "Mad Hatter" Anastasia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Grammauta)

  • Stephen Anthony Mobley

    Stephen Anthony Mobley, a 39-year-old white male, was executed by lethal injection at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison in Jackson, Georgia on March 1, 2005. Mobley was found guilty of the 1991 murder of John C.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Anthony Mobley)

  • Stephen Spiro

    Stephen Spiro (1939-2007) was a political activist known for his opposition against the Vietnam War and his advocacy of a consistent life ethic. Opposing the Vietnam war based on the theory of Just War, he objected to being conscripted, but as the law only allowed for conscientious objection to all wars, he was convicted of avoiding conscription given a suspended sentence of five years.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Spiro)

  • Stephen Walsh (money manager)

    Stephen Walsh (born 1944) is one of two money managers arrested on February 24, 2009 for alleged securities fraud of between $550 million and $670 million. Walsh is accused with Paul Greenwood of using their companies such as Westridge Capital Management Inc.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Walsh (money manager))

  • Stephen Dugdale

    Stephen Dugdale (1640?-1683) was an informer, and self-proclaimed discoverer of parts of the Popish Plot (in reality a fabrication).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Dugdale)

Stephen

Gender: usually male

Meaning: Crowned one and The first Christian martyr

Origin: Greek

Lucky Number: Eight

Popularity: Position 19 in 1951, currently decreasing

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