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Santa Clara

Financial interest turns to misdirected funds

A criminal action was filed on October 31, 2012 against Leo Joshua Kennedy for wire fraud under 18 U.S.C. § 1343. The U.S. Attorney’s Office has filed charges with the

Riverside San Bernardino

Ten Charged For Receiving Illegal Benefits

SAN BERNARDINO – Ten people were indicted by a federal grand jury for stealing government benefits “well in excess of $1,000 each,” according to records released by U.S. officials on


House Movers Charged with Fraud

Ventura County – With “California dreams” undoubtedly motivating a transcontinental move, a customer contracted with Flat Rate Movers to transport personal property and effects from her Atlanta residence to her new

Headline Story Los Angeles

Travel Agent pair arrested for Grand Theft

The victim toll is 30 and counting as LAPD investigators are trying to scope out the damage caused by a fraudulent San Fernando Valley travel agency run by a pair

Los Angeles San Bernardino

Arrests made in Massive Loan Modification scam

LAPD detectives arrested nine people on the morning of October 17th in association with a massive loan modification scam that cost 65 victims over $1 million dollars. The eleven suspects

Los Angeles

Trio arrested in elaborate fraud scheme on foreclosed home

After an October 2nd Federal Grand Jury indictment, three Los Angeles area residents were arrested on October 5th after defrauding Bank of America and Fidelity National Title Company out of

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz Man Defrauds Well-known Santa Cruz Organization

SANTA CRUZ—The Santa Cruz Police Department arrested Patrick Barry Aki, 40, of Santa Cruz County after it was discovered that he scammed people in a widespread defrauding and check writing

San Bernardino

Feds Crack Down on Illegal Loan Scams in So Cal

RANCHO CUCAMONGA – Federal agents arrested 10 people on Wednesday for alleged loan modification scams that cheated homeowners of nearly $7 million. Investigators reported that the 21st Century Real Estate


Fairfield police: Residents beware of telephone scammers

Fairfield police claim they haver received many calls from residents who were contacted by PG&E scammers