Alameda County District Attorney's Office
Nancy E. O'Malley, District Attorney

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March 2017

DA O’Malley Announces DDA Glenn Kim Commissioned by Korean Prosecutors to Write Legal Paper Mar 30, 2017

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley is pleased to announce Deputy District Attorney Glenn Kim has been hand-picked by the Republic of Korea Supreme Prosecutors Office in conjunction with the Korean Prosecutors Association Justice Foundation to present at a conference in Korea and write a detailed legal paper.

DDA Kim is one of seven impressive legal minds from around the nation who have been chosen to research, write, and present a paper that focuses on the way prosecutors’ offices in the United States cooperate with various law enforcement offices in the country. The goal of this project is to share the differing roles of prosecutors and law enforcement officers in the United States, and how these two arms of the US criminal justice system cooperate and collaborate to ensure justice is served.

“We are proud that one of our own has been selected to work with the Republic of Korea to impart knowledge and best-practices within the criminal justice system. Mr Kim’s selection reflects the excellent reputation our office has in the legal profession both nationally and abroad,” said District Attorney Nancy O’Malley.

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People v Armando Morales-Cuevas Mar 24, 2017

On March 23, 2017, a jury convicted defendant Armando Morales-Cuevas as charged of four counts of having sexual intercourse with a child 10 years of age or younger, and one count of continuous sexual abuse of a child under age 14. The jury deliberated for approximately an hour before returning guilty verdicts on all counts.

Jane Doe’s childhood was taken from her as she was sexually abused for years by her family member, Defendant Morales-Cuevas.

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People v Frank Joseph Montengro Mar 23, 2017

On March 22, 2017, a jury convicted defendant Frank Joseph Montenegro of two counts of lewd and lascivious acts against John Doe 1 (a minor under the age of 14), and of seven counts of lewd and lascivious acts against John Doe 2 (a minor under the age of 14). He was also convicted of four counts of aggravated sexual assault sodomy upon a minor under the age of 14.

In 1998, Defendant Montenegro was a special education teacher at Blacow Elementary School in Fremont when he began spending time outside of school hours with John Doe 2 and his family. John Doe 2’s single mother, who did not own a car, worked three jobs to support her three children. Defendant Montenegro began giving her rides to and from work. He also offered to enroll John Doe 2 in soccer and provided him with transportation to and from those sporting events.

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People v Golden Gate Petroleum et al Mar 15, 2017

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley Announce $3 Million Order for Payment of Civil Penalties from Golden Gate Petroleum for Underground Fuel Storage Tank Violations

Oakland, CA - Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley and Attorney General Xavier Becerra have announced that on March 13, 2017, the Contra Costa Superior Court ordered a payment of $3 million in civil penalties in the case People v. Golden Gate Petroleum, et al.

The penalties are to be paid by the defendants, the owners and operators of underground storage tank systems at retail gasoline stations in several counties in Northern California: Golden Gate Petroleum, Bay Area/Diablo Petroleum Company, Dennis O’Keefe, and Westgate Petroleum Company, Inc.

The environmental enforcement action was filed in 2007 by the Attorney General and the Alameda County District Attorney along with the offices of Humboldt District Attorney Maggie Fleming, Lake District Attorney Don Anderson, Mendocino District Attorney Charles David Eyster, Monterey District Attorney Dean D. Flippo, Santa Clara District Attorney Jeffrey Rosen, and Sonoma District Attorney Jill Ravitch.

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