"From fugitives to organized crime:" FBI Milwaukee field office celebrates 100 years of protecting citizens
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The FBI in Milwaukee is celebrating 100 years of protecting the country and upholding the constitution.
"From fugitives to organized crime, Faberge eggs to terrorists, the Milwaukee field office, like the FBI itself, has proudly protected the community and the country for a century," said Andrew McCabe, Deputy Director for the FBI.
There was also a special plaque unveiled to remember special agent "W Carter Baum" the only FBI agent to die in the line of duty in Wisconsin.
He was killed by gangster "baby face Nelson" in 1934.