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  • Fullerton man denies tainting coworker's water

    A Fullerton man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to tainting his coworker's water bottle with semen when they worked together in Newport Beach and Orange. Michael Kevin Lallana, 31, is due back in court Oct. 14 for a pretrial hearing on four misdemeanor counts...
  • Woman says doctor branded her uterus

    A Laguna Beach gynecologist is being sued for allegedly branding a patient's name on her uterus. According to a lawsuit filed earlier this month in Orange County Superior Court, Dr. Red Alinsod used an electrocautery device to carve the patient's name...
  • Burglary ring leader gets eight years

    The leader of a burglary ring that targeted businesses in Newport Beach and others on the West Coast received an eight-year federal prison sentence this week. Antione Lamont Lawrence, 37, formerly of Portland, Ore., was sentenced following a May guilty...
  • Irvine man to serve 1 year

    An Irvine man is scheduled to surrender himself to police Nov. 12 and serve a year in jail for his role in a credit card forgery ring, Orange County prosecutors said. Jerome Abaquin Gonzales, 33, pleaded guilty in Orange County Superior Court Sept. 10 to...
  • City wins court battle

    The city of Newport Beach has prevailed in a case against a resident who violated zoning codes by dividing his homes into separate units and renting them out as boarding houses, officials said Monday. Last week, the court ordered Derek Leason to pay...
  • Suit claims pay cut after missing unusual seminar

    An attorney is suing his former Newport Beach law firm, claiming it cut his pay in retaliation for not attending an all-male seminar in the mountains where men sit in a circle nude and talk about their sexual experiences. Steven Eggleston — now...
  • Trial set in $1.4M theft

    A convicted bank robber is scheduled to stand trial in November on charges that he lied to a bank to steal $1.4 million from Newport Beach's wealthiest man. Federal prosecutors in Los Angeles accuse Moundir Kamil, 41, of creating a fake driver's license...
  • Murder charge for UCI student

    Murder charge for UCI student
    Editor's note: This corrects the name of Verano Place. NEWPORT BEACH — Prosecutors have enough evidence to put a UC Irvine graduate school student on trial for the shooting death of his ex-wife on campus last summer, an Orange County Superior...
  • SPECIAL REPORT: Nguyen's address in doubt

    SPECIAL REPORT: Nguyen's address in doubt
    A candidate for state office may not have lived in the district he seeks to represent at the time he registered to vote, when he submitted his nomination papers, and when he voted there during the primary election, according to campaign finance and...
  • Teenagers face charges on September attack

    COSTA MESA — A group of Costa Mesa teenagers are due back in court for a pretrial hearing next week on charges they were part of a gang that attacked and robbed a pedestrian in a Westside neighborhood. Juan Gonzalez, 18, Ricardo Perez, 19, Jesse...
  • Lawyer, employee charged with stalking, ID theft

    IRVINE — An Irvine lawyer accused of impersonating his neighbors and creating fake Web pages advertising sexual services from their home is slated to appear in court Oct. 18. Franklin Casco Jr., 49, pleaded not guilty this summer to 10 felonies,...
  • Man gets nine years for sex with underage girls

    Man gets nine years for sex with underage girls
    NEWPORT BEACH — A Costa Mesa man who had sex with underage girls he met through social networking sites received a nine-year prison sentence Tuesday at the Harbor Justice Center. Richard Alan Chaney, 25, had pleaded guilty to luring a child with...