Month: September 2019

Watson Murder – Do not Drink and Drive: Man with Prior DUI Conviction Found Guilty of Second Degree Murder of 10-Year-Old Girl While Driving Under the Influence of Drugs

A jury found Adam John Kanas, 39, of San Clemente, guilty of second degree murder for killing 10-year old Kendra Geddis on August 15, 2016, after driving erratically at 80 mph, swerving across several lanes on the I-405 in Seal Beach, and slamming into the back of the Tesla Geddis was riding in.  Kanas killed …

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Ed Buck Is Looking at a Mandatory Minimum Stentence of 20 Years Because the Feds Arrested Him for Fatally Drugging a Man

            The feds arrested  Edward Buck, 65, of West Hollywood for allegedly  providing methamphetamine to a man who died after receiving the drug intravenously. A federal criminal complaint charges him with one count of distribution of methamphetamine resulting in death. The complaint alleges that Buck provided methamphetamine that directly resulted …

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Was it Worth It? Ex-credit Union Manager Gets over 14 Years in Federal Prison for $40 Million Embezzlement

The Edward Martin Rostohar, 62, the former manager of the CBS Employees Federal Credit Union pleaded guilty to one count of bank fraud.  The judge sentenced him to 169 months in federal prison for a twenty year embezzlement scheme that caused the credit union to lose $40 million and led the financial cooperative into forced …

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Even Former Elected Officials Commit Crimes; Former Santa Ana Council Member Roman Reyna Pleads Guilty to Election Fraud

Former Santa Ana City Council Member Roman Reyna pleaded guilty to committing election fraud for submitting nomination papers under penalty of perjury that falsely claimed he lived at a residence within Santa Ana Ward 4 in order to run for that Ward’s City Council seat in 2018. Reyna was elected to represent Ward 4 in …

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