Deputy Public Defender Audrey Owens entered the plea Monday in federal court to two felony counts of theft of government property a week before trial was scheduled.
A former Irvine attorney will serve 120 days in jail for her role in a plot to plant drugs in a school volunteer’s car.
A former United Airlines flight attendant has pleaded guilty to making a bomb threat against a United jet flying between London and Los Angeles.
A former partner at the accounting firm KPMG agreed to plead guilty Tuesday to a securities fraud charge for providing insider information to a friend who plied him in return with cash bribes, a Rolex watch and other luxurious items.
Wal-Mart will pay $81.6 million after pleading guilty to criminal charges of improperly disposing of fertilizer, pesticides and other hazardous products that were pulled from stores in California and Missouri because of damaged packaging.
A Los Angeles Unified School District teacher pleaded guilty Monday to charges related to molesting an underage girl and leading police on a wild pursuit.
A 36-year-old Santa Ana man was sentenced to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to attempting a sexual encounter with a 13-year-old girl.
Federal prosecutors say two Europeans have pleaded guilty to running an Internet scam where they sold non-existent cars to American victim to bank more than $4 million.
Former Hawthorne Mayor Larry Guidi pleaded guilty Wednesday to a taking a commercial food mixer from the Hawthorne School District, where he worked as a warehouse operations manager.
A 42-year-old Newport Beach man was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday after he pleaded guilty to molesting a 12-year-old girl he met through a social networking site.
A former records supervisor with the Covina Police Department has pleaded guilty to stealing $342,000 and hiding a drunken-driving report that involved her son-in-law.
Clark Gable’s 23-year-old grandson pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony charge for pointing a laser at a Los Angeles Police Department helicopter flying over Hollywood last summer.
A Los Angeles woman has pleaded guilty to involvement in a Medicare fraud scheme that bilked the health system out of nearly $6.3 million.
A former San Bernardino County tax official has pleaded guilty to all 15 charges against him, including grand theft and drug possession, but has cut a plea deal that would result in a maximum of five years in prison.