Day: April 1, 2020

Train Operator at Port of Los Angeles Charged with Derailing Locomotive Near U.S. Navy’s Hospital Ship Mercy

The federal government arrested  Eduardo Moreno, 44, a train engineer at the Port of Los Angeles for allegedly running a locomotive at full speed off the end of rail tracks near the USNS Mercy. The feds charged MOreno with one count of train wrecking as a result of an incident Tuesday afternoon.Moreno admitted in two separate interviews with …

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U.K. Man Charged with Shipping Mislabeled and Unapproved ‘Treatments’ for Patients Suffering from COVID-19

           Frank Richard Ludlow, 59, a British man was charged with smuggling into the United States mislabeled drugs supposedly to be a treatment for those suffering from COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. Ludlow was charged with one count of introducing misbranded drugs into interstate commerce, a felony offense that carries a statutory maximum sentence of …

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Former USC Admissions Official Will Plead Guilty to Running Fraudulent Scheme to Admit Unqualified International Students

            Hiu Kit David Chong, a  35 year old former University of Southern California admissions official will plead guilty to a wire fraud charge in a scheme to obtain USC graduate school admission slots for unqualified international students in exchange for thousands of dollars in cash. Hiu Kit David Chong admitted that he caused false college transcripts with …

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