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Menendez brothers who killed parents reunited in prison

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The Menendez brothers, who were convicted of killing their parents in their Beverly Hills mansion nearly three decades ago, have been reunited in a California prison... Read More

Cosby jury being picked amid anti-sexual misconduct movement

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Jury selection is set to get underway in Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial in a cultural landscape changed by the #MeToo movement, posing new challenges for both the defense and... Read More

Sacramento man charged with 27 counts of illegal firearms trafficking by Federal Grand Jury

A Federal Grand Jury in Sacramento issued a indictment yesterday against a Sacramento man alleging his trafficking in illegal firearms trafficking. The suspect, Shawn Darrell Wilson, 27, was charged with 27 counts dealing firearms without a license, possessing a firearm as a felon, and illegal possession of a machine gun. 
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Sexual predator convicted on multiple charges, assaulted victim over course of several years

March 8, 2018 |

A sexual predator who assaulted his victim over the course of several years has been convicted by the Special Assault and Child Abuse unit of the Sacramento County District Attorney's office in a jury trial that concluded on ... Read More

Suspect in Elk Grove Walmart cash room heist convicted of attempted murder, armed robbery

March 5, 2018 | 
A Sacramento man who was charged with a brazen robbery of an Elk Grove Walmart store in 2016 was convicted in a Sacramento jury trial of the attempted murder of an armor car guard.
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Owners of 'Shrimp Lover' restaurant fined, ordered to pay $471,000 in wage theft case

March 3, 2018 |  
The owners of a popular chain restaurant were fined after they were found to have committed wage theft of employees at one of the outlets in Los Angeles. 
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Feds seeks to strip citizenship from man serving 40 years for child sex crimes

February 22, 2018 |  
In a complaint filed today at U.S. District Court in Sacramento, the United States government is seeking to strip a man of his American citizenship claiming he falsified information during his naturalization process.
The defendant in the case, Christian Oribello Eguilos, 41, is currently serving a 40-year sentence after pleading nolo contendere to and was convicted of multiple counts of Forcible Lewd Act Upon a Child. Eguilos is an inmate at the Mule Creek State Prison in Ione, California. 
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