“After so many years of theft, the victims can now feel confident that justice was served today,” said Deputy District Attorney Jason Liso, who prosecuted the case. “Hopefully this sends a strong message that our public servants will be held accountable for their actions when they decide to abuse the public trust.”
According to Senior Investigator John Vega, shortly after recording the false grant deed with the County Recorder, the pair deceived the escrow and title companies and sold the house to an unsuspecting buyer for over $440,000.
Construction Foreman Arraigned on Fraud Charges
Osbaldo Serna, 34, of La Habra, was arraigned Wednesday on allegations that he and the owners of a now-defunct Ontario construction company defrauded their workers’ compensation insurance company out of more than $260,000 and stole from their workers over $160,000 in prevailing wages.
Ontario man convicted of second-degree murder
Once the gun was pulled, Camacho and his friend ran back to their car and got inside. Co-defendant Armando Lara, Jr., 19, of Ontario, yelled, “Let them have it!” Avila fired one shot into the car, striking Camacho in the back of the head. Camacho was rushed to the hospital by his friend. Camacho was pronounced dead approximately two hours later.