Day: March 6, 2019

March 5, 2019: Ex-School District Food Services Director Pleads Guilty to Conflict of Interest, Forgery

A former director of food services for the Los Angeles Unified School District pleaded guilty today to charges that he illegally approved contracts and forged a signature on a district application, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced. David Glenn Binkle (2/28/62) entered his plea to three felony counts of conflict of interest and …

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WOMAN CONVICTED OF DEFRAUDING VICTIMS WHO DONATED CASH AND SUPPLIES INTENDED FOR FIREFIGHTERS DURING HOLY FIRE

SANTA ANA, Calif. – A woman was convicted on Friday of defraudin! g victims by soliciting and keeping donations of cash and supplies intended for firefighters during the Holy Fire. Ashley Bemis, 28, San Juan Capistrano, pleaded guilty on March 1, 2019, to one felony count of grand theft, four felony counts of second degree …

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Two Mexican Mafia ‘Secretaries’ Found Guilty of RICO Charge for Being Street Intermediaries for Member of Violent Prison Gang

            LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles man and his long-time girlfriend have been found guilty of racketeering conspiracy for collecting and storing extortionate “taxes” for the man’s brother, an imprisoned Mexican Mafia member, and for acting as the brother’s eyes and ears on the street, delivering coded messages to him, including one message that resulted in …

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