UPDATE: Judge Denies Bail for Los Gatos Mom Accused of Hosting Drunken Teen Sex PartiesA judge on Wednesday denied bail for the mom accused of throwing drunken sex parties for teens at her Los Gatos home and other locations over the course of nearly a year.
UPDATE: Mom Accused Of Hosting Drunken Teen Sex Parties Suspected Of Throwing Similar Parties In IdahoShannon O'Connor, the woman jailed after police say she threw drunken teen sex parties at her Los Gatos home as well as at residences in Santa Cruz and the Lake Tahoe area, is also suspected of hosting similar parties in Idaho where she was arrested last weekend.
Los Gatos Woman Accused Of Hosting Series of Drunken Teen Sex PartiesA Los Gatos mother is facing dozens of charges, including child abuse, after allegedly throwing drunken parties for young teenagers where she encouraged sex acts that she would sometimes watch.
Judge Dismisses Bribery Case Against Apple ExecutiveA judge dismissed bribery charges Tuesday brought against an Apple executive that connected him to a gun permit scandal at the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s office.
Former Cupertino Cement Plant Manager Gets Year In Jail For Bribery SchemeA judge sentenced a former manager of the Permanente Cement Plant and Quarry to a year in county jail Monday after being convicted last year in a $100,000-bribery scheme.
Former Cupertino Cement Plant Manager Sentenced For Bribery SchemeA former manager of the Permanente Cement Plant and Quarry near Cupertino has been sentenced to a year in county jail following his conviction last year in a bribery scheme that involved more than $100,000 in kickbacks and a luxury trip to Italy.
San Jose Man Wrongfully Convicted of Attempted Murder Rebuilds His Life After ReleaseAfter serving more than 17 years in prison, a San Jose man who was wrongfully convicted of attempted murder talks with KPIX about the scars left behind by his time behind bars.
Santa Clara County DA Warns Hate Crimes Not Tolerated As Attacks Against Asians RiseThe Santa Clara County District Attorney's new PSA promises to prosecute those who commit coronavirus-related discrimination in a time when an alarming number of Asians and Asian Americans across the country are being yelled at, spit on and attacked.
South Bay DA Focuses On Gangs To Reduce Gun Violence On StreetsIn an effort to curb gun violence in the South Bay, the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office is taking a hands-on, innovative approach to determining who gets investigated, arrested and prosecuted.
DA Refuses To Work With Beleaguered Judge In Stanford Sex Assault CaseThe backlash over why a judge sentenced a Stanford student to six months in jail for a sexual assault is growing. Now the District Attorney’s office is refusing to work with him.
Two Arrested For San Jose Cold Case Murder Unsolved For 25 YearsThe husband and the brother-in-law of a woman found wrapped in a quilt and strangled to death inside a car parked near the San Jose airport 25 years ago have been arrested in connection with the murder, authorities announced Friday.
San Jose Woman Posing As Lawyer Convicted Of Grand TheftA San Jose woman who served a prison sentence from a 2004 grand theft conviction has been sentenced in Santa Clara County Superior Court to another term for defrauding victims of $124,000.
Morgan Hill Day Care Worker Charged With Spiking Toddler Cups With Sleeping PillsProsecutors have formally charged a former day care worker accused of trying to slip sleeping pills to 10 children under the age of two.
San Jose Police Officer Cleared In Fatal Shooting, Ruled Self DefenseA fatal shooting by San Jose a police officer last year was ruled a case of justified self-defense by the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office Tuesday.
Remaining Charge Dropped In South Bay Priest Assault CaseSanta Clara County prosecutors have decided not to re-file charges against a man acquitted of beating a priest who allegedly molested him more than 30 years ago.