CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1988
The two owners of a South Gate machine shop have been sentenced to prison for supplying the government with untested or improperly made parts for military aircraft and ground-support systems. Robert Cejka, 53, of Rolling Hills Estates, co-owner of A & R Precision, was sentenced to two years in prison, while Alberto Herrera, 50, of Norwalk received an 18-month term.
June 16, 1988 |
Four men were charged Wednesday with taking part in a conspiracy to sell the Defense Department untested or improperly manufactured parts for military aircraft and ground-support systems. The men are charged in Los Angeles federal court with conspiracy and making false statements to the federal government for allegedly claiming that parts machined at A & R Precision in South Gate had been made and tested according to required procedures when they had not.