- Written by Annie Goyzueta Annie Goyzueta
- Category: News News
- Published: 23 July 2019 23 July 2019
Chula Vista, California - Congressman Juan Vargas (CA-51) along with Reps. Susan Davis (CA-53), Scott Peters (CA-52), and Mike Levin (CA-49), hosted a press conference to announce the introduction of their Tijuana River Valley Pollution Solution bill package. The combined legislation would further support mitigation efforts in the region.
San Diego, California - The FBI is seeking victims who may have traveled to Indonesia under the promise of a potential job offer from individuals purporting falsely to be well-known entertainment industry professionals. This ongoing transnational fraud scheme targeting U.S. citizens began in approximately 2013.
Adoption Couple Indicted in Scheme Involving Conspiracy and False Statements to Illegally Obtain a U.S. Passport
Charleston, South Carolina - A South Carolina couple was indicted Thursday on charges stemming from their conspiracy to obtain a U.S. passport by falsely claiming they were the parents of a baby from the Philippines and by using false records to apply for a U.S. passport for the baby, announced Assistant Attorney General Brian Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Sherri A. Lydon of the District of South Carolina.
- Written by San Diego Newscape San Diego Newscape
- Category: News News
- Published: 06 July 2019 06 July 2019
San Diego, California - Two residents of Laguna Beach admitted Tuesday to perpetrating a complicated scheme to defraud the bankruptcy court using sham transactions, fake people, and lies under oath.
Japanese Fishing Company Convicted of Obstruction of Justice and Falsifying Records to Cover Up Illegal Oil and Garbage Pollution
Guam - A Japanese fishing company, Fukuichi Gyogyo Kabushiki Kaisha (Fukuichi), was convicted and sentenced in the District of Guam for two violations of the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships and one count of obstruction of an agency proceeding.
San Diego, California - Austin Thompson of Utah was sentenced in federal court Tuesday to 27 months in prison for carrying out a series of so-called denial-of-service computer hacking attacks against multiple victims between 2013 and 2014. The defendant was also ordered to pay $95,000 in restitution to one of the victims - Daybreak Games, formerly Sony Online Entertainment.