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April 21, 1992 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A creator of board games based on the lives of the rich and famous was charged Monday with 48 counts of grand theft and securities fraud in connection with a Michael Jackson game that authorities said was never manufactured. Stacia Alden, 46, was arrested near her Dana Point residence, marking the end of an 18-month investigation by the Orange County Sheriff's Department.
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August 7, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A businesswoman who creates board games was ordered by a Superior Court judge Friday to pay $245,000 in restitution to investors in connection with a Michael Jackson game that authorities allege was a fraud. Stacia Alden, 47, turned over a check for $48,400 to Judge Pamela Iles at the hearing but faces a sentence of up to two years in prison if she fails to make full restitution. Alden, who pleaded no contest last November to 16 counts of securities fraud, has until an Oct.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 7, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A businesswoman who creates board games was ordered by a Superior Court judge Friday to pay $245,000 in restitution to investors in connection with a Michael Jackson game that authorities allege was a fraud. Stacia Alden, 47, turned over a check for $48,400 to Judge Pamela Iles at the hearing but faces a sentence of up to two years in prison if she fails to make full restitution. Alden, who pleaded no contest last November to 16 counts of securities fraud, has until an Oct.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1992 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A creator of board games based on the lives of the rich and famous was charged Monday with 48 counts of grand theft and securities fraud in connection with a Michael Jackson game that authorities said was never manufactured. Stacia Alden, 46, was arrested near her Dana Point residence, marking the end of an 18-month investigation by the Orange County Sheriff's Department.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 8, 1987 | Matthew Costello
The King is back, and he's got more moves than ever. Well, you actually make the moves in the Elvis Game, an appropriately glitzy package billed as "the game that allows the legend to live on." Priced at $35, it's produced by S. Alden Inc., Kansas City, at the request of the Presley estate, and $3 million in orders are already in (it's due out in May). Players start with $10,000 in fake dough to launch a recording career, trying to work their way from the recording studio to Vegas.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 15, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
A Superior Court judge on Thursday sentenced a South County businesswoman to two years in state prison after she failed to make $245,000 in restitution in connection with a Michael Jackson board game that authorities allege was a fraud. Stacia Alden, formerly of Dana Point, was taken into custody after the hearing, a move cheered by several investors in the audience who said they long ago gave up hope of getting their money back from the game, which was never produced.
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May 8, 1985 | MARY LOU LOPER, Times Staff Writer
Mothers are being showered with all sorts of love and attention this week. Mrs. John J. Doumakes will be introduced as 1985 Mother of the Year at the "Our Fair Lady--Mother" luncheon that Mrs. William H. Oldknow and Mrs. John T. Pappas are staging Saturday in the Grand Ballroom of the Beverly Wilshire. Actress Barbara Billingsley ("Leave It to Beaver") also will be in the spotlight at this annual celebration by the Philoptohos Society of St. Sophia Cathedral.
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