CSLEA Releases Third Video in Support of Tom Lackey for Re-election to State Assembly

CSLEA Releases Third Video in Support of Tom Lackey for Re-election to State Assembly

SACRAMENTO- On behalf of the  7,000 law enforcement, public safety and consumer protection professionals  it represents, the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) endorses Assemblymember Tom Lackey  for re-election to State Assembly District 36.  Below is the most recent  video endorsement for view. “State Assemblymember Tom Lackey is a retired CHP officer who devoted 28… Continue Reading

Stockton Man Arrested in Unemployment Fraud Scheme

Stockton Man Arrested in Unemployment Fraud Scheme

SACRAMENTO—  A Stockton man was arrested at his home on September 20, 2016  after a federal grand jury returned a four-count indictment, charging him with unemployment fraud. According to court documents, from about May 2011 to March 2013, Herbert Alexander, 69, created a “fictitious employer” with the name Lowes Wholesale by submitting information to EDD. … Continue Reading

Two Mexican Nationals Plead Guilty in Fraudulent I-D Document Conspiracy

Two Mexican Nationals Plead Guilty in Fraudulent I-D Document Conspiracy

FRESNO— On September 19, 2016, two Fresno residents pleaded guilty to a scheme that involved making and selling fake identification documents, including alien registration receipt cards and social security cards. According to court documents, Francisco Javier Hidalgo-Flores, 25, pleaded guilty to conspiring to produce, transfer, possess, and sell false identification documents, and Lizet Amairani Ramirez-Zazueta,… Continue Reading

COLD CASE: Two Arrests Made in 1973 Double Homicide in Olivehurst

COLD CASE:  Two Arrests Made in 1973 Double Homicide in Olivehurst

MARYSVILLE – DNA work by criminalists at several California Department of Justice labs has led to the arrests of two 65-year-old cousins in connection with the 1973 murders of two Olivehurst girls, just 12 and 13 years old.  The arrests were announced on September 13, 2016. The Yuba County Sheriff’s Department, with assistance from the… Continue Reading

BAR Revokes Bakersfield Auto Body Repair Dealer’s Licenses

BAR Revokes Bakersfield Auto Body Repair Dealer’s Licenses

SACRAMENTO – The California Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) revoked the licenses of DM Collins Inc., doing business as  DC’s RV Center of Bakersfield, for fraud and making untrue or misleading statements. The revocation, effective September 13, 2016, was the result of a consumer complaint to an insurance company. During its investigation, BAR found that… Continue Reading

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