Eric Naposki was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole Friday for killing his lover’s wealthy live-in boyfriend in 1994.
Matthew Castaneda, 36, will serve 15 years to life for his conviction in May of aggravated sexual assault of a child and committing a lewd act on a child younger than 14.
A career criminal who allegedly robbed six businesses in the San Fernando Valley was part of California’s early release prison program, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
A drunken driver who hit five people with his SUV and critically injured a 2-year-old girl in 2010 has been sentenced to 15 years in prison, according to Orange County prosecutors.
A transient male cross-dresser will spend one year in jail for stealing a woman’s identity and ringing up more than $100,000 in medical costs.
A man who was despondent over losing his job and drove recklessly along Pacific Coast Highway, crashing his car and killing a 13-year-old Malibu girl, was sentenced Friday to 15 years to life in prison.
A Los Angeles man has been sentenced to life in prison for attacking four teenage girls and an 18-year-old woman in the San Fernando Valley.
Calicinto Ranch offers children whose parents are incarcerated the opportunity to connect with peers, to learn to trust again and to see that prison doesn’t have to be in their future.
Today, Wayne Kramer is a successful music composer for film and television. And because he has gotten his life back on track, he started the nonprofit organization, Jail Guitar Doors, which raises money to buy new guitars for prison inmates as a means of therapy.
A former Southland congressman and Navy veteran wants his right to bear arms reinstated when his time in federal prison is over.
A Santa Ana mother accused of having a baby with a tenth grader made her first court appearance Monday, but did not enter a plea.
District Attorney Steve Cooley hailed the use of DNA evidence in the conviction of former LAPD detective Stephanie Lazarus.
The California Rehabilitation Center would be closed as part of a California prison overhaul aimed at saving the state over $1 billion in annual spending.
California voters will be asked to make a life-or-death decision this year. All of the necessary 500,000 signatures have been collected to earn the death penalty repeal a spot on the November ballot.
A convicted murderer, who has maintained his innocence for the past 27 years, was freed from prison Saturday morning after a judge ruled that his right to a fair trial had been violated.