A California man who used Facebook and other Internet communications to connect with al-Qaida and planned to train its fighters in Pakistan was sentenced Monday to 13 years in federal prison followed by 10 years of supervised release.
A Canyon Country businessman Wednesday was sentenced to nine years in prison for trying to hire an associate to kill his wife.
A 44-year-old Orange County woman was sentenced Friday to three years and four months in state prison for sexually assaulting her son’s teenage friends.
Former Bell city manager Robert Rizzo was in federal custody at a Santa Barbara County penitentiary to begin serving two consecutive prison sentences, authorities said Monday.
Former Bell City Manager Robert Rizzo Friday was expected to surrender to the U.S. Marshals Office in downtown Los Angeles.
The operator of an in-home day care facility was sentenced Wednesday to six years in state prison for the 2012 death of a baby boy left in her care, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said.
A man convicted of hiring Los Angeles gang members to kill his wife was sentenced Friday to 25 years to life in prison.
A man who admitted to running over his estranged wife’s Chihuahua on purpose was sentenced Monday to 16 months in prison.
Former Bell City Manager Robert Rizzo was sentenced to 33 months in federal prison Monday for tax evasion.
A three-month house arrest for San Diego’s former Mayor Bob Filner is ending.
The co-founder of the Pinkberry frozen yogurt chain was sentenced Friday morning to seven years in state prison for beating a homeless man with a tire iron.
The sentencing for former Bell City Manager Robert Rizzo Wednesday was postponed until April 16.
Bob Filner has been sentenced to three months of home confinement and three years of probation for harassing women while he was mayor of San Diego.
A 13-year-old boy who became one of the nation’s youngest killers when he shot his neo-Nazi father to death as the man slept was sentenced to at least 7 years in a juvenile facility Thursday.
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.