Month: March 2020

Ex-Gardena Police Officer Gets Almost 3 Years in Prison for Unlicensed Firearms Business, Selling Weapons to Convicted Felons

             Carlos Miguel Fernandez, 44, of Norwalk, a former Gardena Police officer got 33 months in federal prison for scheming to purchase “off-roster” firearms not available to the general public and then illegally reselling the firearms for profit. A jury found Fernandez guilty of conspiracy to engage in the business of dealing firearms without a license and of …

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Man Who Cyberstalked and Threatened Families of Parkland Victims Sentenced to Prison

A federal judge sented Brandon Michael Fleury, 22, of Santa Ana, California, to 66 months in federal prison for cyberstalking and sending a kidnapping threat to families of victims of a mass shooting in Parkland, Florida. Fleury used thirteen different Instagram accounts, using aliases including alleged Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz, notorious serial killer Ted Bundy, and others, …

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Santa Fe Springs ‘Shotcaller’ and Mexican Mafia Member Gets Life in Prison for RICO Offenses, Including Rival Gangster’s Murder

            A federal judge sentenced Jose Loza, a Mexican Mafia member and “shotcaller” of the Santa Fe Springs and Whittier-based Canta Ranas street gang was sentenced today to life plus an additional 30 years in federal prison for leading the wide-ranging criminal enterprise and for murdering a rival gangster at a San Gabriel Valley restaurant in …

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