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|February 25, 2018|
Former Compton official admits $3.7 million theft
SANTA ANA – (INT) - The former deputy treasurer for the City of Compton has pleaded guilty in federal court to charges stemming from his theft of more than $3.7 million of city funds.
Salvador Galvan, 47, of La Mirada, pleaded guilty to one count of theft from an organization receiving federal funds, a felony offense that carries a statutory maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
Galvan admitted that he stole $3,721,924 from the City of Compton from May 2010 through December 2016
Sentencing was set for November 3rd.
Story Date: July 16, 2017