Freedom Fest 2013 Vendor Applications Avalible

For Immediate Release:                                                                            April 24, 2013
Contact: Alexis Brown
Company: Imperial Chamber of Commerce Position: Director of Marketing & Events Phone: (760) 355-1609/Fax: (760) 355-3920
Email: alexis@imperialchamber.org

RE: 2013 Freedom Fest- Vendor Application Reminder

To Whom It May Concern:

The following statement is for immediate release.

El Centro Sector Border Patrol Arrests Lead to Prosecution and Conviction for Eight Illegal Immigrants

Imperial Valley, Calif. – El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents’ recent arrests have led to the successful conviction and sentencing of eight illegal immigrants, all individuals with prior convictions for other crime(s).

The apprehensions took place earlier this year near the border cities of Calexico, El Centro, and Indio. The illegal immigrants, many of which have extensive criminal histories, were presented for prosecution on federal criminal charges.

Board of Supervisors aprove program that will focus in idenfying and preventing future criminal behavior.

By Mario Conde

The Imperial County Board of Supervisors aprove program that will focus in idenfying and preventing future criminal behavior.

Board of Supervisors accepted the final study for the implementation of the Infrastructure Finance District.

By Mario Conde

The Imperial County Board of Supervisors accepted the final study for the implementation of the Infrastructure Finance District.

The Board of Supervisors held a public hearing last Tuesday to see a study made by Pacific Municipal Consultants to see the viability of creating an Infrastructure Financing District to fund several economic development projects in the County.

Former North Las Vegas Corrections Officer Indicted on Excessive Force and Obstruction Charges

WASHINGTON—The Department of Justice today announced that a federal grand jury sitting in Las Vegas has indicted a former North Las Vegas corrections officer on federal civil rights and obstruction of justice charges. Stuart Barlow Johnson, 47, was indicted on one count of violating the victim’s civil rights by using excessive force on the victim and one count of obstruction of justice for falsifying an incident report in an attempt to cover up the incident.