California State Law & Crime

Carjacking Suspect In Standoff With Police On Norwalk Roof

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Carjacking Suspect In Standoff With Police On Norwalk Roof


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Law Enforcement Beefing Up Patrols To Anticipate Increased Shopping-Related Thefts

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Law Enforcement Beefing Up Patrols To Anticipate Increased Shopping-Related Thefts


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Would-Be Bank Robber Leaves Empty-Handed After Teller Calls His Bluff

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Would-Be Bank Robber Leaves Empty-Handed After Teller Calls His Bluff


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Man Pardoned After Serving 38 Years For Murder He Didn’t Commit

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Man Pardoned After Serving 38 Years For Murder He Didn’t Commit


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Windsor auto body owner sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for fraud

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Windsor auto body owner sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for fraud


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Petaluma police arrest suspected DUI driver after crash

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Petaluma police arrest suspected DUI driver after crash


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Change-Of-Address Fraud A Growing Form Of Identity Theft

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Change-Of-Address Fraud A Growing Form Of Identity Theft


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  • Windsor auto body owner sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for fraud
    Windsor auto body owner sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for fraud

    , pressdemocrat.com

    A judge on Tuesday sentenced the owner of a classic car and body shop in Windsor to more than 15 years in prison for defrauding dozens of customers out of approximately $850,000. Sonoma County Superior Court Judge Robert Laforge sentenced Christopher Miranda, 43, to 15 years and four months in state prison. Miranda had pleaded no contest in September to 13 counts of felony grand theft and one count of identify theft
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  • Video: Diana Lovejoy, 45, Faints As She’s Found Guilty Of Plot With Lover To Kill Her Husband During New Moon
    Video: Diana Lovejoy, 45, Faints As She’s Found Guilty Of Plot With Lover To Kill Her Husband During New Moon

    , inquisitr.com

    Diana Lovejoy is a 45-year-old woman who went viral due to the dramatic courtroom scene in the attached video, showing Diana appearing to fall backward after hearing her guilty verdict. Lovejoy hails from Carlsbad, California. According to the San Diego Tribune, Diana was found guilty on charges of attempted murder and a conspiracy charge in a complicated murder-for-hire plot that involved Lovejoy and her 50-year-old shooting instructor, Weldon McDavid Jr
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Crimes

  • Would-Be Bank Robber Leaves Empty-Handed After Teller Calls His Bluff
    Would-Be Bank Robber Leaves Empty-Handed After Teller Calls His Bluff

    , sacramento.cbslocal.com

    ELK GROVE, Calif. (CBS) – A bank robbery in Elk Grove was thwarted by a teller who just didn’t have time for it. Elk Grove police say that just before 11:30 a.m. Friday, the would-be robber walked into a Bank of America branch on 8842 Calvine Road and handed the teller a note demanding money. But instead of complying with the man, the teller didn’t respond to the note, said Elk Grove Police Department public information officer Chris Trim
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Law Enforcement Agencies

  • FBI asks for help in locating Windsor man charged in Hells Angels probe
    FBI asks for help in locating Windsor man charged in Hells Angels probe

    , pressdemocrat.com

    Local authorities asked Tuesday for the public’s help in locating a 36-year-old Windsor man who has been charged as part of a three-year investigation into the Hells Angels motorcycle gang. The FBI’s San Francisco division, the Santa Rosa Police Department, the CHP and the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office are asking for help in finding Russell Allen Lyles Jr., also known by his nickname “J
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Trials

  • Windsor auto body owner sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for fraud
    Windsor auto body owner sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for fraud

    , pressdemocrat.com

    A judge on Tuesday sentenced the owner of a classic car and body shop in Windsor to more than 15 years in prison for defrauding dozens of customers out of approximately $850,000. Sonoma County Superior Court Judge Robert Laforge sentenced Christopher Miranda, 43, to 15 years and four months in state prison. Miranda had pleaded no contest in September to 13 counts of felony grand theft and one count of identify theft
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