Christopher J. Lanzillo and Scott Impola, who worked for a law firm retained by the Costa Mesa Police Officers Association, where charged with four felonies relating to their alleged efforts to trap two Costa Mesa councilmen in embarrassing or illegal acts.
Westminster City Council members Wednesday approved a $1.65 million labor deal with the local police union, giving officers a six percent salary boost along with other benefits like cash bonuses in exchange for making them pay into their pensions.
The new city council approved a tattoo parlor and art studio on its historic Main Street, ending a months-long battle that has sparked debate among residents about the street’s character and relevance to a changing city.
Orange County Superior Court Judge David Hoffer has granted state subpoenas for the bank, phone and email records of 11 donors to State Senator Janet Nguyen, saying, “there is good cause” to examine those as part of a political money laundering investigation.
Voice of OC Editor in Chief Norberto Santana Jr. joins KPCC’s Air Talk with Larry Mantle today at 11:50 a.m. to talk about the upcoming 20th anniversary of Orange County’s municipal bankruptcy, on Dec. 6.
The union representing more than 2,000 deputies and district attorney investigators, last week launched a survey aimed at allowing rank-and-file law enforcement officers to rate their own chain of command.