Fired OC deputy claims sheriff's department punished him for winning Navy Cross in Iraq War combat
[Moxley Confidential] Did Fullerton cops kill the schizophrenic homeless man because he annoyed them?
A fired security guard at the Slidebar Rock-N-Roll Kitchen in Fullerton has filed a lawsuit accusing Lit guitarist Jeremy Popoff, an owner of the establishment, with enticing police to harass Kelly Thomas on the day officers savagely beat the homeless, schizophrenic man to death in July 2011, and th ... More >>
Officer Manuel RamosAt the Central Justice Center in Santa Ana this morning, Fullerton policeman Manuel Ramos wore a yellow jumpsuit and sat behind a metal mesh wall separating him from everyone else in the courtroom -- including Kelly Thomas' relatives and several members of his own family.  ... More >>
Marisa Gerber/ OCWeeklyRon ThomasAs soon as Ron Thomas showed up at the district attorney's office around 10 a.m., reporters and members of "Kelly's Army" swarmed around him. That same clan would be there again an hour later when he learned that the D.A. charged two Fullerton policemen--Officer ... More >>
UPDATE, JUNE 21, 2:17 P.M.: The city of Fullerton's former risk manager admitted last week to scheming with his cousin and cousin's boyfriend to signing off on phony personal-injury and property-damage claims and cashing out about $28,000 in payouts for his own use.In exchange for guilty pleas, 4 ... More >>
Update, December 17, 5:18 p.m.: 43-year-old Guillermo Rodriguez of Fullerton was sentenced to 110 years in state prison for murdering his neighbor Donna Dutton, also 43 and a multiple sclerosis sufferer, who Rodriguez had caught in bed with his then 18-year-old son, beat and strangled to ... More >>
Fullerton tax dollars at workA former Fullerton city risk manager and ex-Los Angeles city management analyst were scheduled to be arraigned today in Santa Ana as part of an elaborate alleged scheme that involved officially signing off on fraudulent personal injury and property damage claims and u ... More >>
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