"CHiPs" TV star agrees to guilty plea in criminal stock-fraud case Money & Company Los Angeles Times: "Larry Wilcox, the former “CHiPs” TV star accused of securities fraud for manipulating penny stocks, has agreed to settle criminal charges in the case.
Wilcox, 63, reached a plea agreement with the U.S. attorney’s office for southern Florida on July 2, according to a copy of the agreement obtained by the South Florida Business Journal on Thursday.
He could face up to five years in prison.
The Justice Department filed criminal charges against Wilcox and nine other penny stock promoters on Thursday in Miami, at the same time that the Securities and Exchange Commission filed civil securities fraud charges."

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