Michelle Jaren Hayashi was arrested at the jail without incident, authorities said.
During a call on April 28, the man told Blanca Hernandez he would deliver her son on May 1.
A hearing has been set on a motion by attorneys for Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a Cuban man blaming the player for his imprisonment and torture on the communist island.
The security of Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig may be in question after an article emerged with a number of surprising claims regarding his escape from Cuba to the United States.
A sophisticated, secret drug tunnel has been uncovered along the San Diego-Tijuana border, U.S. officials said Thursday.
Over a dozen people working at two Southland truck yards have been arrested in connection with three Mexican drug smuggling operations, prosecutors said Thursday.
One prison employee was accused of bearing an inmate’s child. Another was alleged to have sent nude photos of herself to an inmate’s contraband cellphone.
Federal prosecutors say two Europeans have pleaded guilty to running an Internet scam where they sold non-existent cars to American victim to bank more than $4 million.
Federal prosecutors say two people have pleaded guilty to international trafficking of endangered rhinoceros horn to China and Vietnam.
A Garden Grove man and his son plead guilty Friday to smuggling rhinoceros horns into the country and face five felony charges.
A Long Beach man is facing federal charges for allegedly trying to smuggle more than four pounds of methamphetamine out of the United States packaged to look like a well-known candy bar.
Has an unlikely alliance between a Islamic terrorist group and a Mexican drug cartel brought the Middle East to California’s doorstep?
A Compton man pleaded not guilty Monday to federal charges, after trying to smuggle methamphetamine inside potato chips bags at Los Angeles International Airport.
A Miami man pleaded guilty Monday for trying to smuggle $100,000 worth of cocaine into Los Angeles International Airport by hiding the powder in egg-shaped candy.
Atsushi Yamagami, 39, and Norihide Ushirozako, 49, were arrested Jan. 7 at the airport with over 50 live turtles and tortoises.