Matthew Frazer was arraigned on February 19 and entered a plea of not guilty after a federal grand jury in Riverside returned an indictment charging the 42-year-old with production of child pornography.
A federal grand jury has indicted three men on charges of causing a Los Angeles-area wildfire that burned five homes.
Four Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department officials charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice plead not guilty Monday in a wide-ranging federal probe of alleged abuses inside county jails.
A man whose case helped prompt the federal investigation into corruption and civil rights abuses against the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department says he hoped justice will finally be served.
As many as 18 people have been charged in five separate cases involving corruption and civil rights charges, FBI officials said.
Eight people pleaded not guilty Friday to charges they operated a home burglary ring targeting vacationing Los Angeles Times subscribers.
The former boyfriend of a Southern California woman who went missing after the couple moved to Panama has been indicted on federal obstruction of justice and other charges, authorities said Thursday.
A Van Nuys man was indicted Tuesday for allegedly possessing child pornography.
Several government agents have been accused of participating in a long-running immigration fraud scheme.
A 72-year-old man accused of killing three women in Los Angeles in the 1980s was indicted by a grand jury Wednesday. His case will now go directly to trial.
An Orange County husband and wife have been indicted by a grand jury for allegedly planting drugs on a parent-volunteer at their child’s school.
A former state lawmaker who worked for the Los Angeles County Probation Department was the latest official on Monday to be arrested as part of a yearlong internal review into charges of alleged staff misconduct in the department.
Several Los Angeles-area gang members are among eight people indicted on sex trafficking charges for allegedly prostituting teen girls, the Department of Justice announced Thursday.
Two former and two current screeners at LAX were charged with taking cash payments to allow large shipments of drugs through security.
Federal officials said Monday a Southland toy maker has laundered millions of dollars in Mexican and Columbian drug money.