UPDATE: State Attorney General Opens Civil Rights Investigation into Santa Clara County Sheriff's OfficeCalifornia Attorney General Rob Bonta on Wednesday announced a civil rights investigation into the conduct of the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office.
UPDATE: Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith to Fight Corruption Allegations in CourtSanta Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith waived her right to a speedy trial Friday during a virtual court hearing on allegations of misconduct and corruption, an indication she plans to fight the charges.
Former San Francisco Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud In City Hall Corruption CaseFormer San Francisco Department of Public Works director Mohammed Nuru pleaded guilty to wire fraud in federal court on Thursday, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
San Mateo Community College Vice Chancellor Pleads No Contest In Corruption CaseA San Mateo County Community College District vice chancellor has pleaded no contest to two felonies for using district resources for political purposes, San Mateo County prosecutors said Thursday.
San Mateo Community College District Official Faces Embezzlement, Perjury Charges In Corruption CaseA vice chancellor at the San Mateo Community College District has been indicted amid an ongoing investigation into alleged corruption at the district.
Fmr. SF Public Utilities Commission GM Harlan Kelly Charged With Bank Fraud In Bribery, Corruption ScandalFormer San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) General Manager Harlan Kelly is now facing additional charges of bank fraud in the bribery and corruption scandal that forced him to resign his post, last November.
Former Recology Exec Agrees To Plead Guilty, Cooperate In SF City Hall Corruption ProbeA former executive with Recology has agreed to plead guilty and cooperate with federal investigators looking into corruption at City Hall, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Wednesday.
UPDATE: San Francisco DA Boudin Won't Charge Nuru in Knifepoint Potato Chip 'Robbery'A day after the arrest of scandalized former Department of Public Works director Mohammed Nuru for an alleged knifepoint robbery, SF District Attorney Chesa Boudin Thursday announced no charges would be filed.
San Francisco Corruption Scandal: Former Fix-It Program Director Sandra Zuniga Pleading Guilty To Money LaunderingFormer San Francisco public official Sandra Zuniga has agreed to plead guilty to money laundering in connection with a corruption scandal that has rocked City Hall, according to federal prosecutors.
5 Charged In SF Corruption Probe, Temporarily Barred From Receiving City ContractsFive business executives linked to widespread corruption in San Francisco city departments have been temporarily barred from doing business with the city, City Attorney Dennis Herrera said on Monday.
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission GM Harlan Kelly Charged With Fraud As Part Of Corruption SchemeHarlan Kelly Jr., the General Manager of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SF PUC), is facing federal bribery and fraud charges following a reported raid at his home Monday.
San Francisco Trash Company Exec Charged With Bribery, Money Laundering In Public Works ScandalAn executive with waste and recycling company Recology San Francisco has been charged with bribery and money laundering as part of the corruption scandal embroiling the city's Public Works Department and other city departments.
San Francisco Corruption Case Expands: 2 More Charged, 2 Plead GuiltyU.S. Attorneys charged the heads of an Oakland engineering firm with bribery and connected them to a widespread corruption scandal in San Francisco’s Department of Public Works.
Pelosi, Romney Blast Trump Commutation of Roger Stone as 'Staggering,' 'Historic' CorruptionHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Republican Sen. Mitt Romney strongly condemned Pres. Trump's decision to commute the prison sentence of his longtime friend and political adviser Roger Stone, with both denouncing the move as an act of corruption.
Proposed Charter Amendments Address SFPD Staffing, Public Corruption, City College FundingSan Francisco supervisors introduced a slew of charter amendments during their regular Tuesday meeting, as Tuesday was the deadline for introducing measures for the November ballot.