Imperial Valley News
Pennsylvania Man Charged with Hacking Apple and Google E-Mail Accounts Belonging to More Than 100 People, Mostly Celebrities
Los Angeles, California - A Pennsylvania man was charged today with felony computer hacking related to a phishing scheme that gave him illegal access to over 100 Apple and Google e-mail accounts, including those belonging to members of the entertainment industry in Los Angeles.
Calexico, California - U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the El Centro Station arrested a previously deported gang member west of the Calexico on Wednesday.
Winterhaven, California - An El Centro Sector Border Patrol agent assigned to the Calexico Station rescued two faltering migrants who attempted to swim across the All-American Canal while making illegally entry into the United States on Tuesday.
Former Head of Offshore Brokerage Sentenced to 18 Years for Conspiracy to Commit International Stock Fraud and Money Laundering
Washington, DC - A California man was sentenced to 216 months in prison Friday for two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit international money laundering in connection with an international “pump and dump” scheme involving stocks traded on the over-the-counter (OTC) market.
California Man Indicted in Chicago for Attempting to Provide Material Support to Overseas Terrorists
Chicago, Illinois - Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab, 23, of Sacramento, California, was indicted Thursday in the Northern District of Illinois for attempting to provide material support to acts of violence overseas.
Justice Department Files Antitrust Lawsuit to Stop L.A. Times Publisher from Acquiring Competing Newspapers
Los Angeles, California - The Department of Justice filed a civil antitrust lawsuit Thursday seeking to block the acquisition by Tribune Publishing Company, publisher of the Los Angeles Times, of Freedom Communications Inc., publisher of the Register in Orange County, California, and the Press-Enterprise in Riverside County, California. Tribune was selected as purchaser of Freedom’s newspapers following a bankruptcy auction and will seek bankruptcy court approval of its acquisition on March 21. The department is seeking a temporary restraining order to prevent the sale to Tribune from proceeding.