A former San Fernando Valley car salesman was sentenced Monday to a year in federal prison for rolling back odometers for people who exceeded mileage limits on their leases.
Lagman even shaved her head to convince donors and gift-givers that she was undergoing chemo.
“Don’t just believe somebody because they say it and they shave their head,” Valerie Cortes said.
Authorities are asking Rancho Cucamonga residents to be aware of a scam artist who is pretending to be a sheriff’s deputy.
A 60-year-old podiatrist was in custody Saturday for alleged prescription fraud.
Jen Levinson received a “call” from the DEA telling her that she was facing arrest.
Two men were sentenced to federal prison Monday for orchestrating a $21 million movie investment scheme that defrauded hundreds of victims.
Detectives sought the public’s help Wednesday with identifying a woman accused of applying for fraudulent credit cards and making purchases in Palmdale.
James Eberhart received a 10-year sentence Monday and was ordered to repay more than 800 victims across the country. He pleaded guilty to mail fraud in September.
A reputed leader of a Southern California gang that stole hundreds of thousands of dollars through sophisticated fraud schemes has been sentenced to 32 years in federal prison.
Insurance officials say a Southland woman took online images of burn cases to bolster her claim that hot coffee spilled on her hand in a McDonald’s drive-thru.
A Newport Beach man was sentenced Friday to seven years in state prison for failing to pay taxes on more than $180 million in unreported income from the power plant refurbishing business he shared with his wife.
The attorney says Andrew Hernandez is simply the victim of angry ex-lovers and jealous ex’s.
A former bell city councilwoman was sentenced Friday to two years in prison for her role in a scandal that almost bankrupted the city.
A federal grand jury indicted three Southern California residents Wednesday who prosecutors say were involved in a fraudulent health insurance scheme involving more than $50 million worth of unneeded medical procedures.