Ex-Mayor Of Bell, Calif. Convicted Of Criminal Charges In Corruption Case
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LOS ANGELES (AP) – The former mayor of the tiny California city of Bell has been convicted and five charges in a massive corruption case against him and five other ex-elected officials.
Former Mayor Oscar Hernandez has also been acquitted of five charges in verdicts being read Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court. Numerous other verdicts have yet to be read.
The former mayor and City Council members were charged with misappropriating funds by paying themselves inflated salaries of up to $100,000 a year.