Rochester, Minnesota - COVID-19 put a damper on gameplay as our community canceled many events and activities. Now, though, sports are resuming. Any advice for how we can ensure our young athletes so they can safely return to their games mentally and physically?

Los Angeles, California - The Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday announced that it obtained an asset freeze and other emergency relief in an emergency enforcement action against Los Angeles-based actor Zachary Horwitz and his company, 1inMM (one in a million) Capital, LLC in connection with an alleged Ponzi scheme that raised over $690 million. Horwitz and 1inMM allegedly told investors that they were buying film rights, purportedly to resell them to Netflix and HBO; in fact, 1inMM actually had no business relationship with either company.

Washington, DC - The Securities and Exchange Commission Monday announced the institution of administrative proceedings against a Texas-based CPA for allegedly failing to register his firm with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) and alleged wholesale failures in auditing and reviewing the financial statements of a public company client.

San Francisco, California - Today marks the five-year anniversary of the recovery of Nicole Fitts’ remains, which were found in McLaren Park in south San Francisco on April 8, 2016. Nicole was the mother of then-two-year-old Arianna, who is still missing. The San Francisco Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) are asking for the public’s assistance in finding Arianna.

Los Angeles, California - A man suspected of murdering a victim outside a fast-food restaurant in Northridge in 2017 was returned to Los Angeles by members of the FBI’s Los Angeles Fugitive Task Force to face prosecution announced Kristi K. Johnson, the assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office and Chief Michel Moore of the Los Angeles Police Department.

Fresno, California - Arman Mkhitaryan, 33, of Glendale, arraigned Wednesday on a 33-count indictment charging him with bank fraud and credit card fraud, Acting U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert announced.