Local exec pleads guilty in college cheating scandal

SemprevivoMore than a dozen defendants pleaded guilty this week in the college admissions scandal, a group that includes an Agoura Hills business executive who was charged with conspiracy to commit mail and honest services fraud.
Los Angeles resident Stephen Semprevivo, chief strategy and growth officer for the Agoura Hills-based Cydcor company, admitted to the charges against him on Monday. No sentence was issued but the U.S. attorney recommended Semprevivo serve 18 months in prison and pay a $...

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