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Camarillo: Arrest of Suspects for Felony Fraud Pertaining to Sale of Vehicles

Camarillo: Arrest of Suspects for Felony Fraud Pertaining to Sale of Vehicles

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release (S)uspects, (V)ictims, (P)arty, (D)ecedent City of Residence Age Bridgette Loraine Gallo Camarillo 42 Richard Cory Neal   Camarillo 39   On 09/14/17, investigators from the Camarillo Police Department, the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and the Ventura County Auto Theft Task Force (VenCATT), […]

Guilty plea in Mortgage Rescue Fraud case

Guilty plea in Mortgage Rescue Fraud case

Sunland resident Juan Carlos Guerra (DOB 5/5/86) has pleaded guilty to one felony count of grand theft.  The case was the result of an investigation conducted by the District Attorney’s Real Estate Fraud Unit. The victim, who lives in Simi Valley, sought refinancing assistance from a business called Planet Investment Group.  Once at the business, […]

If You’re Illegal and You Vote, It’s Adios Amigo!

If You’re Illegal and You Vote, It’s Adios Amigo!

By Wayne Allyn Root Thirty-four hundred Colorado citizens just quickly and quietly dropped off the voting rolls. I know the reason why. Because President Trump is investigating voter fraud in Colorado (and every other state too). Those 3,400 ex-voters are illegal aliens. Until now they got away with voter fraud. But now we have a new sheriff […]

Addressing the integrity of America’s election system

Addressing the integrity of America’s election system

By Paul Burich   Is the integrity of America’s election process a serious concern? Do we believe that the decisions that US citizens make in the ballot box are not being accurately expressed in our election results? It is interesting that for people on both the right and left the answer is “yes” — but […]

Scam Alert – Calls Supposedly from the Civil Processing Unit

Scam Alert – Calls Supposedly from the Civil Processing Unit

Several Thousand Oaks residents have received calls from telephone number (805) 258-7065. The phone number is a recording stating, “You have reached the Civil Processing Unit of the County Sheriff’s Department.’ The message additionally states, “They process payments for missed jury duty or traffic fines.” The victim is instructed to leave a message or a […]

Defend, Delete, and Disconnect: Ways to Protect Yourself From Scammers

Defend, Delete, and Disconnect: Ways to Protect Yourself From Scammers

DEFEND your bank account and personal information.  DELETE suspicious texts and e-mails. DISCONNECT scammer phone calls. Moorpark Police are urging the public to remember the three D’s when contacted by would be scammers who are “Phishing ” for your information. Phishing is the attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card […]

Oxnard Police Department’s Partnership with the FTC to Report Fraud and Scam Trends

Oxnard Police Department’s Partnership with the FTC to Report Fraud and Scam Trends

We are proud to announce that your Oxnard Police Department is now in partnership with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) through the Consumer Sentinel Network, which is a nationwide law enforcement network for analyzing fraud and scam trends.  Upon logging on to the network in early March to search all reports made by persons in […]

Oxnard PD make arrest for ID Theft & Fraud

Oxnard PD make arrest for ID Theft & Fraud

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release After an extensive investigation with the partnership of the California State Investigators for Department of Health & Human Services and the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office, the Oxnard Police Department served a search warrant and arrest warrant on Tamara Lynn Hill aka Frazier at her home in the […]

‘False Documents’

‘False Documents’

 By Victor Davis Hanson//American Greatness     The Wall Street Journal wrote an unfortunate and misleading op-ed today on the new protocols on illegal immigration issued by the Department of Homeland Security — epitomized by the Journal’s weird sentence, “Mr. Kelly’s order is so sweeping that it could capture law-abiding immigrants whose only crime is […]

Fontana Man pleads guilty to Grand Theft in Foreclosure Scam

Fontana Man pleads guilty to Grand Theft in Foreclosure Scam

Fontana resident Jose Armando Rodriguez (DOB 11/20/59) pleaded guilty to grand theft, foreclosure consultant fraud, and recording a false instrument. The charges are the result of an investigation conducted by the District Attorney’s Real Estate Fraud Unit. Rodriguez owned and operated Global Home Investments (GHI.) Five victims gave Rodriguez monies after being promised GHI would […]

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