Steven D’Antuono most recently served as the special agent in charge of the Detroit Field Office. D’Antuono joined the FBI as a forensic accountant in 1996 and was assigned to the Providence Resident Agency in Rhode Island, under the Boston Field Office.
He supported criminal investigations into financial crimes, public corruption, organized crime, drugs, and counterintelligence. In 1998, Mr. Steven D’Antuono was appointed a special agent.
After graduating from the FBI Academy ...he was assigned to the Washington Field Office to investigate white-collar crime and public corruption. He was promoted to supervisory special agent in 2004 and returned to the FBI Academy to teach white-collar crime courses.
He transferred back to the Washington Field Office in 2008 to supervise a public corruption and government fraud squad.

He was promoted to ASAC at the St. Louis Field Office in 2014, overseeing the Criminal and Administrative branches.
In 2017, Mr. D’Antuono was promoted to chief of the Financial Crimes Section of the Criminal Investigative Division. He oversaw all white-collar crime programs in the Bureau, including corporate securities and commodities fraud, economic crimes, financial institution fraud,
money laundering, health care fraud, intellectual property, and forensic accountant programs. In 2019, Steven D’Antuono was named special agent in charge of the Detroit Field Office.
Prior to joining the FBI, Steven D’Antuono was a certified public accountant focused on auditing, forensic accounting, and taxation. He earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Rhode Island.
CPA
Forensic Accountant Analyst
Special Agent.
Academy Instructor on White Collar Crime.
SSA White Collar Squad WFO
ASAC for Criminal and Admin St.L. Office
Section Chief at FBI HQ Over all White Collar
SAC Detroit Office
ADIC WFO

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It is comical and entertaining how much the legal "pundits" are getting wrong in their analysis of the FBI's conduct in the investigation of the Whitmer kidnapping plot. The case is a trainwreck, the FBI handled it like morons, ...
and the prosecutors are either 1) doing the best they can with a burning bag of feces, or 2) are as pathetically inept as was the FBI.
But the big failure of the FBI was in trying to hold together a case that had fallen apart.
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He was absolutely wrong carrying his weapon and wearing his badge the way he did. His denials are BS when you look at MANY pictures. He was with a family member and a friend. He knew the friend did work with the FBI. He was in a Whats Aoo chat with 5 other law enforcement folks.
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No water in the room. If target says "I'm thirsty", they send him to a water fountain outside the lobby.
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