San Diego’s Arch Health Pays $2.9 Million to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations

San Diego, California - Arch Health Partners, Inc. (“Arch Health”) has agreed to pay the United States $2,910,370 to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by submitting false claims to Medicare.  Arch Health is a San Diego-based medical organization that contracts with physician groups to provide care through the Palomar Health system.

CBP Officers Rescue Man Bolted Inside Seat Compartment

San Diego, California - U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working at the Otay Mesa port of entry thwarted a dangerous human-smuggling attempt after discovering an 18-year-old man concealed in a bolted down seat compartment.

Border Patrol Agent’s Public Safety Check Turns into Heroin Bust

San Clemente, California - A man driving erratically on Interstate 5 was arrested by Border Patrol agents when they discovered narcotics inside his vehicle Tuesday morning.

San Diego Man Convicted of Child Pornography Offenses

San Diego, California - Carsten Igor Rosenow was convicted by a federal jury Friday of attempted sexual exploitation of a child and possession of child pornography.

“Golden Goose” of the Mexican Mafia Sentenced to 30 Years for Role in Drug Distribution Conspiracy and Attempted Robbery Ordered by the Mexican Mafia

San Diego, California - Fady Esho, was sentenced Monday in federal court to 30 years in prison for his aggravated role in a drug distribution conspiracy as well as his participation in an attempted armed robbery ordered by the Mexican Mafia.

Third Roommate Pleads Guilty to Inside Job Bank Heist and Admits to Two Other Bank Robberies

San Diego, California - Aldo De Jesus Gomez became the last of three roommates to plead guilty to bank robbery and other related charges, admitting that in one instance, the trio staged a robbery at a San Diego Bank where one of the roommates worked as a teller.