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  • Compton's first Latino lawmaker finally submits finance forms

    Compton's first Latino lawmaker finally submits finance forms
    Compton City Councilman Isaac Galvan belatedly filed mandatory campaign finance forms after state officials threatened to open a formal investigation when he missed several deadlines. The financial statements, which were submitted Thursday, show that...
  • George Zimmerman's wife pleads guilty to misdemeanor perjury

    George Zimmerman's wife pleads guilty to misdemeanor perjury
    SANFORD, Fla.—George Zimmerman's wife pleaded guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor perjury charge for lying during a bail hearing after her husband's arrest. She was sentenced to a year's probation and 100 hours of community service. Shellie...
  • Shellie Zimmerman plea: George Zimmerman's wife gets probation in plea deal

    Shellie Zimmerman plea: George Zimmerman's wife gets probation in plea deal
    SANFORD — Shellie Zimmerman, the wife of acquitted murder suspect George Zimmerman, admitted Wednesday that she had committed perjury to help her husband get out of jail and agreed to a plea deal that requires her to serve a year of probation....
  • Man who brandished gun replica at school is freed

    The man accused of brandishing a replica handgun and causing a lockdown at Estancia High School earlier this year has pleaded guilty to one of four felony charges against him and been released from jail, according to Orange County Superior Court and...
  • 10 people, including 13-year-old, facing charges for theft of 300 iPads

    10 people, including 13-year-old, facing charges for theft of 300 iPads
    Nine teens and a 25-year-old man have been charged with stealing more than 300 iPads and other Apple gear worth nearly $100,000 from a Near South Side elementary school last week. The iPads, seven MacBook Pros and numerous keyboards were stolen sometime...
  • 11th person charged in Drake Elementary iPad burglary

    11th person charged in Drake Elementary iPad burglary
    Authorities charged an 11th person in connection with the burglary of a South Side elementary school and theft of more than $100,000 worth of iPads and other computer equipment. Deion Dillard, 18, turned himself in to Chicago police on Wednesday and...
  • Man accused of peeping, lewd conduct in Cal Lutheran locker room

    Man accused of peeping, lewd conduct in Cal Lutheran locker room
    A 39-year-old Thousands Oaks man faces charges of lewd conduct and peeping in the women's locker room at California Lutheran University, authorities said Thursday. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department has filed its case against David Tenebaum...
  • California's 'wobbler' bill on sentencing drug users makes sense

    In June, The Times editorialized in favor of a bill to make simple possession of most illegal drugs in California a “wobbler” -- punishable as either a misdemeanor or a felony. Currently, prosecutors can charge possession of cocaine, heroin...
  • Liquor store attacker gets prison term

    The Costa Mesa woman who attacked a liquor store clerk after being denied a bottle of beer pleaded guilty to felony assault with a deadly weapon and other misdemeanor charges last week. An Orange County Superior Court judge on Aug. 29 sentenced Teresa...
  • Cal Lutheran bolsters security after alleged locker room peeping case

    Cal Lutheran bolsters security after alleged locker room peeping case
    A spokeswoman for California Lutheran University says the women’s locker room where a man was allegedly caught peeping and committing lewd acts was not used by students and enhanced security measures should prevent similar incidents in the future....
  • Legislature stepping away from drug war

    Legislature stepping away from drug war
    SACRAMENTO — If you get busted using methamphetamine, the D.A. can charge you with a misdemeanor or a felony. His choice. But if you're caught with cocaine or heroin, there's no option. It's a felony. If there's logic in that, it escapes me. They'...