From “The Janitor”
More than one year ago, where are they now?
Check the public record, the state has dropped all charges against Reeves, they think the Feds may step in and charge her but so far …
Cochrane? [For June news on Cochrane: http://ifawebnews.com/2012/06/12/california-man-barred-by-finra-for-making-two-false-representations/ --Mitch h/t to Anon, I think] The companies often hush up these kinds of investigations lest their customers lose confidence in them.
Superior Court? Forgetaboutit! The government is the most corrupt of all.
Shorty was the smallest of these fish so he got squashed.
This Week In EmbezzlementHank Sims / Aug. 24, 2011 @ 3:10 p.m. / NewsEvery few weeks, it seems, we get another story about gumptious local folk who refuse to take the recession lying down. Sure, the glory days of the United States are all but over, but that doesn’t stop someone with a little derring-do from bucking the trend by robbing the living hell out of everyone around them.To recap: Back in April, Eureka’s Tim Cochrane, a former president of Six Rivers National Bank, was fired from his job as a financial advisor at Summit Brokerage Services amid allegations that he stole funds from clients. (Coverage: Times-Standard, Advisors4Advisors.) Those clients have filed a civil suit against him.At about the same time, Fortuna loan officer Delores Reeves was arrested on charges of bilking elderly people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by inventing fake investments for them, then pocketing the money. (Please also see our friend Kym Kemp’s superb report from the subsequent civil suit.)Then you’ve got the big, ongoing and still pretty hush-hush investigation into a staffer’s supposed theft of over $100,000 from the county’s Superior Court.Finally, you’ve got former Humboldt Crabs Coach Shorty Ames pleading guilty to skimming about $250,000 from the till at Pierson’s Building Center .