Former director of California's largest union taken into custody on tax, embezzlement charges
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The former executive director of California's largest labor union and her husband were taken into custody Friday on charges including tax fraud, embezzlement, perjury and failure to pay unemployment insurance taxes. Alma Hernández and her husband, Jose Moscoso, appeared in Sacramento Superior Court and then were booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail. The next hearing is scheduled for Nov. 9. Hernández and Moscoso allegedly underreported their income by $1.4 million over the span of five years, according to a complaint filed Oct. 4 by the attorney general's office. He...