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September 2012 Archives

Traffic stop leads to arrest for stolen electronics

A traffic stop in Fountain Valley for speeding led to the arrest of three men on theft charges. Early in the morning, a policeman saw the men leaving a Fullerton business complex in a car. No businesses in the complex were open at that time, and there had been recent burglaries in the area.

4 Californians charged with fraud for allegedly duping investors

Some California readers may have heard that authorities recently uncovered an alleged fake drilling project run by four people from California. Four people have been charged with federal offenses in the possible scam on an Indian reservation in another state. According to reports, numerous individuals across the nation funded the oil project and invested more than $670,000 in the company.

Ex-prosecutor insists evidence tampering in O.J. Simpson trial

You'd be hard pressed to find someone in California, or anywhere in the nation for that matter that hasn't heard about the O.J. Simpson trial, made infamous by Johnnie Cochran's statement of "if it doesn't fit, you must acquit." The Simpson defense was relieved when the jury returned a verdict of not-guilty.

California inmate released after constitutional rights were violated

More than twenty years after being convicted and sentenced to death, a Hispanic man is finally breathing free air again after being granted appeal for the conviction for which he has always maintained innocence.

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