Adam Boskovich, of Laguna Niguel, has surrendered on a warrant to face charges of cheating 80 Orange County investors out of millions of dollars.
The frontman of the Los Angeles rock band Lights Over Paris was sentenced to seven years in prison Monday after bilking more than $11 million from banks and using it to fuel his fantasy of being a rock star, prosecutors said.
A Northridge man was sentenced Friday to more than three years in prison for his role in a scheme to fraudulently bill Medicare and Medicaid more than $21 million for medical tests at New Orleans-area clinics.
The co-owner of a Los Angeles County toy company was sentenced Monday to eight months in prison for her role in a money laundering scheme that prosecutors say involved millions of dollars in Colombian and Mexican drug money.
In the 1980s and early 90s, Jemeker Thompson-Hairston was one of the biggest drug dealers in Los Angeles. Seven years after her release from prison, she has turned her life around, founding a ministry and detailing her journey from drugs and money laundering to faith in a new memoir.
Two Canadians were arrested on suspicion of selling marijuana and ecstasy in the U.S. and spending the proceeds on cocaine they planned to smuggle to Canada, federal authorities said Friday.
Two Southern California men have been indicted for allegedly defrauding Lionsgate Entertainment out of $2 million in a kickback scheme involving the purchases of cardboard advertising displays.
Authorities say a 70-year-old Southern California woman and her son are among four people indicted for money laundering as part of a narcotics scheme to send a powerful and often-abused cough syrup from California to Texas, where it was sold for the street concoction “purple drank.”
A Bel-Air man who declared bankruptcy, then hid his assets and threatened a process server with a golf club, was sentenced Tuesday to nearly six years behind bars.
A Fullerton pastor was sentenced to a year in prison and another year in home confinement for using his religious university as a front to sell student visas.
A Southern California company and two of its executives have been indicted on conspiracy charges, accused of bribing Mexican government officials to obtain lucrative contracts.