Month: January 2016

Federal Court Permanently Enjoins California Business from Accruing Payroll Tax Liabilities

A federal court has ordered a San Diego, California provider of collection services to pay its payroll taxes as they become due, the Justice Department announced today. Judge Larry Alan Burns of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California entered a permanent injunction requiring Prolien Services LLC and its owner, Albert F. Quintrall, to pay Prolien’s federal payroll tax liabilities as they become due and owing.

Mother and Son Named in Federal Grand Jury Indictments that Allege Smuggling of Ammunition and Firearm Parts to Philippines

LOS ANGELES – A Long Beach woman and her son have been named in federal grand jury indictments that charge them with illegally shipping hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of firearms parts and ammunition to their native Philippines – munitions that were concealed in shipments they falsely claimed to be household goods.

THREE DEFENDANTS CHARGED WITH ESCAPING FROM ORANGE COUNTY JAIL

SANTA ANA, Calif. – Three previously charged defendants were charged today for escaping from Orange County Jail. Bac Tien Duong, 43, Hossein Nayeri, 37, Newport Beach, and Jonathan Tieu, 20, Fountain Valley, are each charged with one felony count of escape from pending felony charges. Duong faces also faces sentencing enhancements for a prior strike conviction for first degree burglary in 1995 in San Diego County, prior prison convictions for second degree burglary in 2007, reckless evading of a peace officer in 2008, and possession for sale of a controlled substance in 2011.

Normandie Casino Operator Agrees to Plead Guilty to Federal Felony Charges of Violating Anti-Money Laundering Statutes

LOS ANGELES – The operator of the Normandie Casino in Gardena agreed in court papers filed this morning to plead guilty to charges that it violated anti-money laundering provisions of the Bank Secrecy Act. As part of an agreement with federal prosecutors, the casino agreed to pay nearly $2.4 million for failing to report large cash transactions to federal authorities.

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