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Man Pleads Guilty to Auto Insurance Fraud and Admits Prior Fraud

Man Pleads Guilty to Auto Insurance Fraud and Admits Prior Fraud

Quoc Ly (DOB 02/23/81), of Camarillo, pled guilty to felony auto insurance fraud and also admitted as true a special allegation that he previously sustained a felony conviction for auto insurance fraud. In 2016, Ly submitted a claim to GEICO Insurance, stating an unknown person vandalized his car. After GEICO paid Ly for these damages, […]

Career Real Estate Fraud Offender Found Guilty

Career Real Estate Fraud Offender Found Guilty

James Anthony Rojas (DOB 1/11/57), of Riverside, was found guilty of nine felony counts, including foreclosure consultant fraud, grand theft, and recording false documents by Judge David Worley following a court trial. Judge Worley also found true a special allegation that Rojas caused losses exceeding $500,000.  The investigation and prosecution of Rojas was conducted by […]

Fraud and Corruption Bring Big Payoffs

Fraud and Corruption Bring Big Payoffs

  By Paul Driessen San Francisco area juries have awarded cancer patients some $80 million each, based on claims that the active ingredient in Roundup weedkiller, caused their cancer – and that Bayer-Monsanto negligently or deliberately failed to warn consumers that the glyphosate it manufactures is carcinogenic. (It’s not.) Judges reduced the original truly outrageous […]

Simi Resident Arrested For Defrauding the Elderly Including His Own Grandmother

Simi Resident Arrested For Defrauding the Elderly Including His Own Grandmother

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release On 6/26/19, the Simi Valley Police Departments Property Crimes Unit concluded an investigation into a reported Identity Theft. During this investigation, 21-year-old Kobe Abbott was identified as the suspect.  Over the past several months, Abbott had illegally obtained the personal information of his elderly grandmother who is […]

An All-Call Alert To California Citizens To Protect Vote Integrity

An All-Call Alert To California Citizens To Protect Vote Integrity

A Democrat-controlled Sacramento Legislature has scheduled a hearing on four bills of great concern to EIPCa, Election Integrity Project California, a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)3 organization. If passed three of the bills would amend California’s constitution.  The Assembly Committee on Elections and Redistricting will hear the bills on Wednesday morning, June 19. The time to act […]

Business Owner Placed On Probation For Workers’ Compensation Fraud

Business Owner Placed On Probation For Workers’ Compensation Fraud

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Charles Ruben (DOB 9/13/1951), formerly of Simi Valley, was placed on summary probation for a period of 36 months after pleading guilty to a violation of Insurance Code section 1871.4(a)(1)—making a fraudulent statement of a material fact for the purpose of obtaining workers’ compensation […]

Oxnard Tax Preparer Arrested for Fraud

Oxnard Tax Preparer Arrested for Fraud

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release The Oxnard Police Department, Property Crimes Unit, conducted a three-year-long investigation into the fraudulent practices of an Oxnard tax preparer, Steven Cervantes. Cervantes worked for several tax preparation businesses throughout the City of Oxnard from 2017 through 2019.  The investigation showed that Cervantes defrauded his clients and the businesses […]

Simi Valley | Public Assistance Request in Identifying a Fraud Suspect

Simi Valley | Public Assistance Request in Identifying a Fraud Suspect

The Simi Valley Police Department is seeking public assistance in identifying a Fraud Suspect.  In summary, on April 18th, 2019 at approximately 4:45 PM, the pictured suspect entered the Citi Bank, located at 2860 E. Cochran St. in Simi Valley and attempted to cash a fraudulent check using a fake ID. The Suspect is described […]

Howard Jarvis’ Annual ‘Follow the Money’ Report Exposes Billions in Government Waste, Fraud and Abuse

Howard Jarvis’ Annual ‘Follow the Money’ Report Exposes Billions in Government Waste, Fraud and Abuse

As tax season comes to a close and Californians wrap up their tax returns today, the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association has released this year’s Follow the Money report, chronicling cases of bureaucratic waste and abuse of taxpayer dollars. The cases illustrated in the report exemplify the need for vigilance in any matter concerning the government’s use of […]

Multiple Defendants Plead Guilty in Separate Auto Insurance Fraud Cases

Multiple Defendants Plead Guilty in Separate Auto Insurance Fraud Cases

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that multiple defendants pled guilty on March 14, 2019, in separate auto insurance fraud cases prosecuted by the Auto Insurance Fraud Unit of the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office. Raymond Merkley (DOB 10/22/78), of Woodland Hills, pled guilty to presenting a fraudulent auto insurance claim […]

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