Yolo County to get $35,000 as part of Chevron settlement over gift cards

A Winters gas station was among those caught up in an investigation over California’s gift card laws executed by the Yolo County District Attorney’s office.

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said in a press release. The prosecutor’s office did not say how many of the 14 Chevron stations were targeted or which ones were found to be non-compliant, but Deputy District Attorney Larry Barlly confirmed to the Express the Chevron station on East Grant Avenue in Winters was found to be in violation of the gift card law. Chevron settled the case last December without admitting any wrongdoing. As part of the settlement, Chevron was ordered to pay $141,355 in civil penalties, restitution and legal and court costs. Chevron will also be required to create and implement a program that ensures compliance with California’s gift card laws. Of the $141,355 settlement, Yolo County will receive $35,311 in costs and penalties.]]>

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