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952 days ago

Kevin M. Sianez Makes Top 10 Accused By Blogger Mat Coker in Orange County CA !

Next Court Date for our Kevin M. Sianez is 25 Jan 2011

ORIGINATION: Of this Case 10CF1569 ---------------

Orange County District Attorney
Press Release
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Tony Rackauckas, District Attorney
401 Civic Center Drive West
Santa Ana, CA 92701

For Immediate Release
Case # 10CF1569

June 29, 2010
Contacts:

Susan Kang Schroeder
Chief of Staff
Office: 714-347-8408
Cell: 714-292-2718

Farrah Emami
Spokesperson
Office: 714-347-8405
Cell: 714-323-4486

WARRANT ISSUED FOR FORMER POLICE OFFICER CHARGED WITH DEFRAUDING CLIENTS BY STEALING PAYMENT FOR UNPERFORMED, UNLICENSED PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR WORK

*Defendant also charged with conspiracy for soliciting women on Craigslist to commit bestiality with his dog

SANTA ANA – A warrant has been issued for a former police officer who failed to appear in court yesterday on charges of defrauding his clients while working as a private investigator. He has also been charged with engaging in a conspiracy to commit the crime of sexual assault of an animal by posting ads on Craigslist to have women engage in bestiality with his dog.

Kevin Michael Sianez, 53, Fountain Valley, was charged June 25, 2010, in a 63-count criminal complaint. His felony charges include 20 counts of grand theft by false pretense, 12 counts of fraudulently using an access card, two counts of second degree commercial burglary, five counts of possession of a firearm by a felon stemming from a 1998 conviction for stalking, four counts of theft with a prior conviction for the same crime in 1999, four counts of obtaining electricity services through false representation, and one count each of identity theft, perjury by declaration, computer access and fraud, and possession of ammunition by a prohibited person.

The misdemeanor charges against Sianez include three counts of conspiracy to commit sexual assault upon an animal, two counts of dissuading a witness from reporting a crime, three counts of obtaining electricity services through false representation, and one count each of criminal threats, unlawful representation as a private investigator, engaging in the business of private investigation, and doing business without a valid license. He faces sentencing enhancements for aggravated white collar crime over $100,000 and property damage over $65,000.

If convicted, Sianez faces a maximum sentence of 38 years in state prison. He was arrested June 24, 2010, by Orange County District Attorney’s Office (OCDA) Investigators, but was transported to Western Medical Center after claiming to be suffering from a heart condition. Sianez failed to appear in court for his scheduled arraignment yesterday, June 28, 2010. He was ordered, through his attorney, to appear at 8:30 a.m. this morning, June 29, 2010, but again failed to do so. A $500,000 warrant has been issued for his arrest by the Honorable Erick Larsh.

Circumstances of the Case

The defendant worked as a police officer between 1979 and 1986 for the Santa Ana and Stanton Police Departments. The Stanton Police Department no longer exists.

Between November 2005 and June 2010, Sianez is accused of owning and illegally operating private investigation services without a license under the names KMS Investigations, Fore-Front Investigations, and 4Front Investigations. Business and Professions Code 7523 requires proper licensing through the California Department of Consumer Affairs Bureau of Security and Investigative Services to operate as a private investigator. The defendant is accused of falsely identifying himself as a licensed private investigator.

The defendant is accused of posting false reviews of his various businesses on Internet investigator and referral websites to optimize his search engine presence. He is accused of using these fabricated reviews to mislead potential clients into believing his businesses had nationwide offices and investigators, when in fact he operated out of a small suite in Fountain Valley with less than five employees, who were primarily family members.

Sianez is accused of defrauding clients by performing little or no work on their cases after receiving payment. He is also accused of defrauding properly licensed private investigation firms by subcontracting investigative work to them and failing to pay for their services.

Sianez is accused of attempting to intimidate and dissuade witnesses of his fraudulent activities, including two former employees, by threatening to use his knowledge and contacts as a former police officer to file false police reports against them if they reported his actions to the police or public. He is accused of threatening to burn down the home of a private investigator if she did not remove Internet comments she had posted alerting the public about his fraudulent activity.

The OCDA Bureau of Investigation began investigating this case after receiving a complaint in March 2010, from the California Department of Consumer Affairs. In the course of the fraud investigation, OCDA Investigators discovered additional evidence of a bestiality conspiracy.

Between October 2009 and January 2010, Sianez is accused of posting ads on Craigslist seeking women to engage in acts of bestiality with his Labrador Retriever. He is accused of conspiring with several unknown co-conspirators via e-mail to set up meetings in order for the bestiality to occur.

Anyone with additional information is encouraged to contact Supervising District Attorney Investigator Anthony Sosnowski at (714) 347-8814. Deputy District Attorney Israel Claustro of the Special Prosecutions Unit is prosecuting the case.

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973 days ago

Well the 2010 Awards are out and this guy Kevin M. Sianez has gotton some recognition that even I was very surprized to see by Orange County Writer/Bogger Matt Coker titled;

"The Top 10 Accused Perverts of 2010 in Orange County California". If someone thinks I am kidding here is the URL

http://blogs.ocweekly.com/navelgazing/2010/12/sex_r ape_molest_orange_county.php


Ask your self why Kevin Sianez has closed his business ? Are all the negative posts on various complaint boards true ? Well the DA in Orange County California conducted a investigation of this guy and charged him with over 60 crimes. His case #10CF1569 Orange County CA charges follow the complaints that I have read all over the internet. Before people discount the service these complaint / rippoff report sites provide check out this guys internet track record.


Go to Orange County District Attorney Press Release. http://orangecountyda.com/home/index.asp?page=8& ;recordid=1907&returnurl=index.asp%3Fpage%3D8

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978 days ago

UPDATE: Kevin M Sianez after being arrested in Orange County DA Case #10CF1569. makes "Top 10 Accused 2010 Orange County By Matt Coker" who is OC Blogg writer - Yep it's great that law enforcement followed through on all the criminal complaints about his ALLEGED :-) unlicensed private investigations activity from Fountain Valley CA where he rented place 17220 #111 Newhope St... it was where they caught up to him and executed a search warrant.

A big attaboy to those DA Investigators we love our POLICE !

Reading the civil cases Otange County California in Kevins name find some other cases 2010... man when it rains it pours.

I noticed he was driving new white truck when they took him down wonder how paying the finance costs works when the business is closed...maybe his family is helping him.

I like when I read peoples comments about him how he always tries to come back acting like nothings going on ?

Wow 63 criminal complaints sure seems like it would be stressful and paying Aladdin Bail Bonds to keep him out of jail..... I hope he knows that the premium payment has to be paid every year that he is kept out of jail.... will it ever end ?.

Well I am in for the long haul and I will be in court watching this case...:-)

Good luck Kevin !

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980 days ago

Since I don't know Kevin Sianez all I can say is that I am totally sorry that his mother, brother and his two daughters have had to endure the incredible pain he has caused them.

No one can understand why a boy given all the opportunities to be something good can rack up a 63 count complaint with the Orange County DA Office.

If I was his father I would be rolling over in my grave disappointing me and my loved ones is not forgivable.

Can anyone explain what the heck this guy has been thinking because the wheels of justice may turn slow at times but justice will prevail.

If Kevin has one ounce of sense left in that hard skull I would hope he would take a plea deal and change his name so the family could have some peace...after all it's Christmas Kevin...MAN UP !

Just short recap what has happened to spark my review...

Read the DA's Press Release @

Go to Orange County District Attorney Press Release. http://orangecountyda.com/home/index.asp?page=8& ;recordid=1907&returnurl=index.asp%3Fpage%3D8


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986 days ago

Yo swag!

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1094 days ago

Fore-Front Investigations is outstanding. These guys have something so few others do called "integrity". Great service, excellent work and great prices.

We encourage everyone to donate to their local ACLU. The ACLU does outstanding work for those faced with racism and discrimination and we fully support their work. God Bless the ACLU for without them many would fall victim to terrible people and terrible situations such as racism, hate and discrimination

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1099 days ago

Kevin Michael Sianez, 53, Fountain Valley, was charged June 25, 2010, in a 63-count criminal complaint. His felony charges include 20 counts of grand theft by false pretense, 12 counts of fraudulently using an access card, two counts of second degree commercial burglary, five counts of possession of a firearm by a felon stemming from a 1998 conviction for stalking, four counts of theft with a prior conviction for the same crime in 1999, four counts of obtaining electricity services through false representation, and one count each of identity theft, perjury by declaration, computer access and fraud, and possession of ammunition by a prohibited person.

The misdemeanor charges against Sianez include three counts of conspiracy to commit sexual assault upon an animal, two counts of dissuading a witness from reporting a crime, three counts of obtaining electricity services through false representation, and one count each of criminal threats, unlawful representation as a private investigator, engaging in the business of private investigation, and doing business without a valid license. He faces sentencing enhancements for aggravated white collar crime over $100,000 and property damage over $65,000.

If convicted, Sianez faces a maximum sentence of 38 years in state prison. He was arrested June 24, 2010, by Orange County District Attorney’s Office (OCDA) Investigators, but was transported to Western Medical Center after claiming to be suffering from a heart condition. Sianez failed to appear in court for his scheduled arraignment yesterday, June 28, 2010. He was ordered, through his attorney, to appear at 8:30 a.m. this morning, June 29, 2010, but again failed to do so. A $500,000 warrant has been issued for his arrest by the Honorable Erick Larsh.

Circumstances of the Case

The defendant worked as a police officer between 1979 and 1986 for the Santa Ana and Stanton Police Departments. The Stanton Police Department no longer exists.

Between November 2005 and June 2010, Sianez is accused of owning and illegally operating private investigation services without a license under the names KMS Investigations, Fore-Front Investigations, and 4Front Investigations. Business and Professions Code 7523 requires proper licensing through the California Department of Consumer Affairs Bureau of Security and Investigative Services to operate as a private investigator. The defendant is accused of falsely identifying himself as a licensed private investigator.

The defendant is accused of posting false reviews of his various businesses on Internet investigator and referral websites to optimize his search engine presence. He is accused of using these fabricated reviews to mislead potential clients into believing his businesses had nationwide offices and investigators, when in fact he operated out of a small suite in Fountain Valley with less than five employees, who were primarily family members.

Sianez is accused of defrauding clients by performing little or no work on their cases after receiving payment. He is also accused of defrauding properly licensed private investigation firms by subcontracting investigative work to them and failing to pay for their services.

Sianez is accused of attempting to intimidate and dissuade witnesses of his fraudulent activities, including two former employees, by threatening to use his knowledge and contacts as a former police officer to file false police reports against them if they reported his actions to the police or public. He is accused of threatening to burn down the home of a private investigator if she did not remove Internet comments she had posted alerting the public about his fraudulent activity.

The OCDA Bureau of Investigation began investigating this case after receiving a complaint in March 2010, from the California Department of Consumer Affairs. In the course of the fraud investigation, OCDA Investigators discovered additional evidence of a *** conspiracy.

Between October 2009 and January 2010, Sianez is accused of posting ads on Craigslist seeking women to engage in acts of *** with his Labrador Retriever. He is accused of conspiring with several unknown co-conspirators via e-mail to set up meetings in order for the *** to occur.

Anyone with additional information is encouraged to contact Supervising District Attorney Investigator Anthony Sosnowski at (714) 347-8814. Deputy District Attorney Israel Claustro of the Special Prosecutions Unit is prosecuting the case.


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1099 days ago

Owner THIS Company - Kevin Michael Sianez, 53, Fountain Valley, was charged June 25, 2010, in a 63-count criminal complaint. His felony charges include 20 counts of grand theft by false pretense, 12 counts of fraudulently using an access card, two counts of second degree commercial burglary, five counts of possession of a firearm by a felon stemming from a 1998 conviction for stalking, four counts of theft with a prior conviction for the same crime in 1999, four counts of obtaining electricity services through false representation, and one count each of identity theft, perjury by declaration, computer access and fraud, and possession of ammunition by a prohibited person.

The misdemeanor charges against Sianez include three counts of conspiracy to commit sexual assault upon an animal, two counts of dissuading a witness from reporting a crime, three counts of obtaining electricity services through false representation, and one count each of criminal threats, unlawful representation as a private investigator, engaging in the business of private investigation, and doing business without a valid license. He faces sentencing enhancements for aggravated white collar crime over $100,000 and property damage over $65,000.

If convicted, Sianez faces a maximum sentence of 38 years in state prison. He was arrested June 24, 2010, by Orange County District Attorney’s Office (OCDA) Investigators, but was transported to Western Medical Center after claiming to be suffering from a heart condition. Sianez failed to appear in court for his scheduled arraignment yesterday, June 28, 2010. He was ordered, through his attorney, to appear at 8:30 a.m. this morning, June 29, 2010, but again failed to do so. A $500,000 warrant has been issued for his arrest by the Honorable Erick Larsh.

Circumstances of the Case

The defendant worked as a police officer between 1979 and 1986 for the Santa Ana and Stanton Police Departments. The Stanton Police Department no longer exists.

Between November 2005 and June 2010, Sianez is accused of owning and illegally operating private investigation services without a license under the names KMS Investigations, Fore-Front Investigations, and 4Front Investigations. Business and Professions Code 7523 requires proper licensing through the California Department of Consumer Affairs Bureau of Security and Investigative Services to operate as a private investigator. The defendant is accused of falsely identifying himself as a licensed private investigator.

The defendant is accused of posting false reviews of his various businesses on Internet investigator and referral websites to optimize his search engine presence. He is accused of using these fabricated reviews to mislead potential clients into believing his businesses had nationwide offices and investigators, when in fact he operated out of a small suite in Fountain Valley with less than five employees, who were primarily family members.

Sianez is accused of defrauding clients by performing little or no work on their cases after receiving payment. He is also accused of defrauding properly licensed private investigation firms by subcontracting investigative work to them and failing to pay for their services.

Sianez is accused of attempting to intimidate and dissuade witnesses of his fraudulent activities, including two former employees, by threatening to use his knowledge and contacts as a former police officer to file false police reports against them if they reported his actions to the police or public. He is accused of threatening to burn down the home of a private investigator if she did not remove Internet comments she had posted alerting the public about his fraudulent activity.

The OCDA Bureau of Investigation began investigating this case after receiving a complaint in March 2010, from the California Department of Consumer Affairs. In the course of the fraud investigation, OCDA Investigators discovered additional evidence of a *** conspiracy.

Between October 2009 and January 2010, Sianez is accused of posting ads on Craigslist seeking women to engage in acts of *** with his Labrador Retriever. He is accused of conspiring with several unknown co-conspirators via e-mail to set up meetings in order for the *** to occur.

Anyone with additional information is encouraged to contact Supervising District Attorney Investigator Anthony Sosnowski at (714) 347-8814. Deputy District Attorney Israel Claustro of the Special Prosecutions Unit is prosecuting the case.


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