Joe Francis, the creator of the “Girls Gone Wild” video series, was sentenced to jail Tuesday for assaulting a woman at his Bel Air mansion in 2011.
The defendant has been sentenced to six years in county jail and four years probation.
A second member of an Arizona-based hacking group was sentenced to a year in federal prison for his role in an major computer attack on Sony Pictures, prosecutors said Thursday.
A Santa Ana judge Friday sentenced a former armored car company employee in connection with three rapes in Orange County.
Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Milton Bradley was sentenced Tuesday to more than 2 1/2 years in jail for abusing and threatening his estranged wife.
A 16-year-old gang member was sentenced to 90 years in prison for shooting and killing a 14-month-old baby who was asleep in his father’s arms.
A career criminal has been sentenced to 105 years to life in prison after boasting to authorities that he had a master’s degree in burglary.
A former Maywood Police Department officer was sentenced Tuesday to 19 years in prison for sexually assaulting five women while on the job.
A homeless Fullerton man was sentenced to 26 years to life in prison Friday for the murder of another transient.
A man convicted of abusing two children over a 12-year period received a sentence Tuesday of 80 years to life in prison.
A Huntington Beach man Friday was sentenced to 50 years to life in prison for fatally shooting his father after a dispute about keeping a firearm in their home.
Two men and a woman convicted of torturing a 5-year-old boy in the Southern California town of Apple Valley have been sentenced to prison.
Authorities say a 29-year-old woman was sentenced to 19 years in state prison Friday after pleading guilty to gross vehicular manslaughter, leaving the scene of a fatal accident and driving while intoxicated.
A former Orange County college administrator was sentenced Friday to 15 years to life in prison for the second-degree murder of his ailing wife he bludgeoned to death.
Convicted arsonist Rickie Lee Fowler was sentenced Monday to receive the death penalty for starting a 2003 wildfire that killed five people and damaged more than 1,000 homes in the Inland Empire.