The Los Angeles City Attorney’s office is reviewing an alleged incident of jury tampering involving actor Tom Hanks, spokesperson Rob Wilcox confirmed to CBS2 Friday.
Comedian Kevin Hart was sentenced to three years’ probation Monday after pleading no contest to one count of driving under the influence of alcohol.
A San Clemente man was sentenced to nearly 22 years in federal prison on Monday for conspiring to sell pot out of nine illegal marijuana stores in Los Angeles and Orange counties.
A former University of California, Irvine professor pleaded guilty Tuesday to multiple counts of arson and other charges in a plea deal after setting fires at his teenage son’s high school and other locations following the boy’s suicide.
A former Simi Valley elementary teacher who had sexual contact with an underage student accepted a plea deal with prosecutors Thursday.
A Riverside County nurse who pleaded guilty after being caught by federal investigators in a child pornography sting was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison Monday.
A man pleaded guilty Friday to felony charges stemming from an incident where he groped two girls, both under 14, at a Jurupa Valley store.
Lindsay Lohan’s attorney, Mark Heller, tried unsuccessfully Friday to get misdemeanor lying charges against his client dismissed.
A former Orange County high school teacher pleaded guilty Friday to molesting two underage girls and possessing child pornography.
Charges against the University of California regents have dropped in the death of a UCLA research assistant who died following a campus lab fire in 2008.
The alleged “Hollywood Hacker” is expected to plead guilty Monday to hacking into the e-mail accounts of several celebrities.
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.
An Oxnard teen was sentenced to 21 years in prison Monday for killing a gay classmate three years ago.
A Porter Ranch man has agreed to plea deal in the March 18 shooting death of a childhood friend, Brian Russell Kaplon, an executive at NBCUniversal.
A judge Friday sentenced a former Orange County Sheriff’s deputy to two years and eight months in prison for driving under the influence of prescription drugs.