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Search Result: Orange County (Calif.) Sheriff

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Former California Assistant Sheriff Gets 27-Month Sentence

September 15, 2009
A onetime assistant sheriff and trusted aide of convicted former Orange County Sheriff Michael S. Carona was sentenced Monday to 27 months in prison for scheming to defraud the public of honest services and filing a false tax return.

Sandra Hutchens Chosen as Orange County Sheriff

June 12, 2008
The Orange County (Calif.) Board of Supervisors made the appointment in a split 3-2 vote that, even with its final two candidates of Hutchens and Santa Ana Police Chief Paul Walters, revealed a choice for an outsider who had no ties to former Sheriff Mike Carona.

Bad Cop: Orange County Sheriff Michael Carona

November 4, 2007
Some of you may have had some sympathy for Orange County (Calif.) Sheriff Michael S. Carona who was hauled into federal court last week, literally in chains. Well, handcuffs anyway.

Orange County Deputies to Use Video During Family Disturbance Calls

June 1, 2000
The Orange County Sheriff's Department in California is giving deputies digital video cameras to film family disturbance calls. The 20 cameras cost $20,000 and will help provide evidence for domestic violence cases.
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