A Southern California woman was scheduled for arraignment Monday after her arrest in Mexico for her alleged role in a $1 million “large-scale fraud” scheme, authorities said.
An Upland attorney surrendered Thursday after being charged with stealing approximately $129,795 in social security benefits, according to federal prosecutors.
A former yacht broker pleaded not guilty Tuesday to stealing more than $1.5 million from dozens of victims in an alleged fraud scheme.
Authorities say they have arrested a father and son on fraud charges as they were allegedly about to board a plane from Los Angeles to Moscow.
Several government agents have been accused of participating in a long-running immigration fraud scheme.
A San Fernando Valley woman faced dozens of charges Monday linked to the recording of false and fraudulent documents related to over 100 properties in Los Angeles County.
Dr. Ehab Mohamed was once riding high, charging patients hundreds of thousands of dollars for cosmetic surgery at his Beverly Hills office.
A jury Friday awarded $8.3 million to a former prison guard who accused Johnson & Johnson’s DePuy Orthopaedics subsidiary of knowingly marketing a faulty hip implant that was later recalled.
The online shopping website Amazon.com is popular for discounted items, but it’s also a marketplace for knockoffs.
Police on Thursday warned residents in Monterey Park to beware of individuals posing as “psychic healers” and stealing large amounts of money and jewelry.
One in every 10 drivers in California has a disabled placard … which allows them to park for free at parking meters. But how many people deserve one? Investigative Reporter David Goldstein went undercover to see who’s using them to get a free ride.
Lindsay Lohan sued her former collaborators on a clothing line on Thursday, seeking more than $1.1 million and renewed control of the brand’s trademarks.
Testimony began Friday morning in the fraud trial of Bell’s ex-Mayor, Oscar Hernandez, and five former city council members.
Harry Burkhart is accused of arson but when his mother took the stand during a preliminary hearing Thursday, she is the one who set off sparks.
Readers who bought Armstrong’s “It’s Not About The Bike” and “Every Second Counts” have filed a lawsuit in Sacramento federal court.