Attorney General Rob Bonta said undercover inspections of unsecured dumpsters at 16 different Kaiser facilities found sanitizers, medical tubes with body fluids, pharmaceuticals and over 10,000 paper patient records.
Prosecutors said the suspect misappropriated and diverted more than $7.3 million of investor funds for his own personal benefit, which included paying credit card debts; making cash withdrawals; paying for travel, luxury automobile and jewelry purchases; and paying utilities bills.
AB 1657 would authorize $10 billion in general obligation bonds to provide funding for affordable rental housing for lower income families, homeownership opportunities, and supportive housing for people experiencing homelessness.
Prosecutors accused Ian Edward Parrish, 28, of San Jose, of selling two counterfeit Percocet pills to an individual in a bar in Fremont that were laced with fentanyl. The individual who bought the pills consumed one and shortly thereafter died of an overdose.
Kaiser Permanente's Vaccine Study Center and Division of Research, both based in Oakland, are conducting the trial in concert with Pfizer and BioNTech, which co-developed the vaccine that will be used in the trial.