– District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that on January 26, 2012, the Honorable Kevin McGee sentenced Theodore Feightner (DOB 12/29/1947), of Thousand Oaks, to 270 days in jail following his conviction for a felony charge of possessing child pornography. The investigation was conducted by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department, with assistance from the […]
District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that murder charges have been filed against Jose Escobar-Monterrozo (DOB: 3-31-76), of Simi Valley, for the January 25, 2012, killing of victim Claudia Menjivar. Associated with the murder charge is a special allegation that the crime was committed with the use of a deadly weapon. Arraignment has been […]
District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that David Llamas (DOB: 3/9/70), of Santa Paula, was sentenced by Judge Patricia Murphy to 48 years and eight months to life in prison. In December 2011, a jury found Llamas guilty of aggravated sexual assault (rape) of a child under age 14, continuous sexual abuse of a […]
District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that David Walter Caramanis (DOB: 09/01/71), of Westlake Village, was sentenced to 12 years eight months in the Ventura County jail for the manufacture and possession of Gamma-Hydroxybutyric Acid (commonly known as GHB). Caramanis was sentenced to a base term of five years eight months, with an additional […]
District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Aaron McIntosh (DOB 10/18/72) of Ventura was sentenced by Ventura County Superior Court Judge Charles Campbell to 12 years in prison for stealing a motorcycle on behalf of the Hells Angels in an attempt to punish a member for leaving the gang, committing the crime while out […]
District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today the conclusion of the review of the allegations against Arthur Joe Lopez, a former member of the Oxnard School District Board of Trustees, for misappropriating public funds. The District Attorney’s Office has rejected the case for prosecution because charges cannot be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.