Imperial Valley News
California Competes Committee Approves $31 Million in Tax Credits for 56 Companies Adding Jobs in California
Sacramento, California - Building upon the state’s efforts to bolster the economy, the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) today announced that the California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC) committee approved approximately $31 million in tax credits for 56 companies expanding and creating jobs in California.
San Francisco, California - Catherine O’Shea was arraigned Wednesday on charges of embezzling approximately $240,000 from her employer to pay her personal credit card bills, announced United States Attorney Melinda Haag and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge David J. Johnson.
Sacramento, California - Have you wondered if the TV shows featuring the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are realistic? Are you curious about what it takes to be an FBI agent or member of the FBI’s professional staff? Do you wonder what case work is like? If you are a high school junior in the area served by the FBI’s Sacramento Field Office, a perfect opportunity to discover the answers awaits: the Spring 2015 Sacramento FBI Teen Academy.
Investigators Seek Bank Robbery Suspects Nicknamed Two Guys & a Girl Bandits in Connection with Two Violent Takeover Bank Robberies
Los Angeles, California - The FBI and local law enforcement officers in Los Angeles County are seeking information leading to the identity of an unidentified group of bank robbery suspects nicknamed “Two Guys & a Girl Bandits,” based on witness accounts during one of the robberies that suggest that two of the suspects were men and one was a woman.
Oakland, California - Akysha Rockwell pleaded guilty in federal court Friday for her role in a false tax refund scheme, announced U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag and Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation, Special Agent in Charge José M. Martinez.
Attorney General Prohibits Federal Agency Adoptions of Assets Seized by State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies Except Where Needed to Protect Public Safety
Washington, DC - Attorney General Eric Holder issued an order setting forth a new policy prohibiting federal agency forfeiture, or “adoptions,” of assets seized by state and local law enforcement agencies, with a limited public safety exception. A federally adopted forfeiture - or “adoption” for short - occurs when a state or local law enforcement agency seizes property pursuant to state law and requests that a federal agency take the seized asset and forfeit it under federal law.