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Ex-E.V. Cain tutor convicted of illegal relationship with 14-year-old student
Friday Aug 28 2015
Weimar resident Gerald Keith Heisler will be sentenced Sept. 9 after being found guilty of charges connected to an illegal relationship with a 14-year-old student that included sex ...
Ex-Cal Fire chief pleads no contest on meth charge
Wednesday Apr 29 2015
Ex-Cal Fire battalion chief Ronald Ray Wright Jr. of Auburn is facing no jail time and three years probation after pleading no contest to an allegation of possession of methampheta ...
Auburn man awaits fate after no contest plea on $487K elder theft
Thursday Jun 06 2013
HAYWARD – After changing his not guilty plea to no contest, the Auburn man charged with stealing nearly a half-million dollars from his elderly mother had his sentencing post ...
3-year, 8-month prisons terms in Nevada County robbery, manhunt case
Tuesday Nov 20 2012
AUBURN CA - A robbery that escalated into a manhunt has resulted in three-year, eight-month prison terms for two Nevada County men arrested after a search that covered parts ...
Noon Hour Update: Primary election; Sierra College has new food and campaign fraud sentencing
Monday Jun 04 2012
Welcome to the Auburn Journal's "Noon Hour Update," where we'll present you with stories and updates on what's going on in the news and what we're working on for our Tuesday editio ...
Noon Hour Update: Patrolling Folsom Lake; police head to clinic; sports costs; AgFocus and fraud sentencing
Friday Jun 01 2012
Welcome to the Auburn Journal's "Noon Hour Update," where we'll present you with stories and updates on what's going on in the news and what we're working on for our Sunday edition ...
Noon Hour Update: Llama gets a leg; election redistricting, Auburn man sentenced and State of the Community
Wednesday May 02 2012
Welcome to the Auburn Journal's "Noon Hour Update," where we'll present you with stories and updates on what's going on in the news and what we're working on for our Thursday editi ...
Jagger sentencing delayed until June
Monday Apr 30 2012
AUBURN CA - The sentencing of Brian Jagger on a fraud charge in connection with more than $20,000 that went missing from three Placer County election campaign funds has been delaye ...
Brian Jagger sentencing delayed again
Monday Feb 20 2012
AUBURN CA - A former Placer County election campaign aide’s sentencing on a wire-fraud charge related to missing election funds has been pushed back to April 30. Brian Jagger, 3 ...
Auburn man to be sentenced in January for murdering parents
Friday Dec 02 2011
SACRAMENTO – An Auburn man will have to wait until January for sentencing in the murders of his parents. The killings of Steve and Linda Riley took place in December 2008 and th ...
Embezzlement sentencing delay for Placer campaign aide
Monday Nov 14 2011
A U.S. District Court judge granted a request Monday for a delay in sentencing ex-campaign aide Brian Jagger on a wire-fraud charge. Jagger pleaded guilty in July to the single wir ...
Placer campaign aide’s embezzlement scheme bilked three candidates of $24K
Monday Oct 17 2011
Brian Jagger juggled work on three Placer County political campaigns last year but, unknown to the candidates, he was fleecing all three for a total of more than $24,000. An overv ...
Doolittle to judge: Ex-aide Ring should get no prison time in corruption case
Thursday Oct 13 2011
Ex-Rep. John Doolittle is challenging the U.S. Department of Justice’s successful prosecution on corruption charges of a former top aide, Kevin Ring. But prosecutors are questio ...
Ring: Feds told him to lie to implicate Doolittle
Wednesday Oct 12 2011
Described by prosecutors as “Team Abramoff’s chief operating officer,” ex-lobbyist Kevin Ring is now claiming the Justice Department wanted him to lie and send best friend an ...
Sentencing pushed back for Lake of the Pines conman
Thursday Oct 06 2011
A Lake of the Pines man guilty of 11 counts of false pretenses in connection to cons against several of his neighbors has a new sentencing date. William Lawson Campbell is schedul ...
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