Month: April 2021

Ex-L.A. Sheriff’s Deputy Who Robbed Marijuana Warehouse Gets 7 Years in Prison

          A federal judge sentenced Marc Antrim, 43,, a  former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy to 84 months in federal prison for orchestrating and leading a $2 million armed robbery – staged as a legitimate law enforcement search – at a downtown Los Angeles warehouse where more than half a ton of marijuana …

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Torrance Man and His Sister Charged in Multimillion Dollar Real Estate Scam Involving Fake Open Houses at Not-for-Sale Homes

    The feds arested Adolfo Schoneke, 43, of Torrance, and his sister, Bianca Gonzalez, a.k.a. Blanca Schoneke, 38, of Walnut,  a Southern California brother-and-sister team  on federal charges alleging they orchestrated a $6 million real estate fraud scam in which they listed homes without the owners’ consent and collected money from multiple would-be buyers for each …

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Beverlywood Man Arrested for Allegedly Bilking Investors by Falsely Claiming to License Latin American Film Rights to Netflix and HBO

Investigators Estimate Victims of Ponzi Scheme Put Nearly One-Quarter Billion Dollars into Company that Has Not Been Repaid           The feds arrested Zachary Joseph Horwitz aka Zach Avery, 34, a Beverlywood man, on a federal criminal complaint alleging that victims put $227 million – investment principal that has yet to be repaid – …

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