LOS ANGELES — Angela Spaccia, deputy to the corrupt former city manager of Bell, Calif., was found guilty Monday on 11 felony counts on charges that she and her former boss Robert Rizzo defrauded the working class city of millions of dollars.

The city achieved national notoriety in 2010 following news reports that Rizzo was collecting an $1.18 million salary with benefits, assistant manager Angela Spaccia was receiving $564,000, and all but one of the part-time city council members in the working-class city of 35,000 had rigged the system to receive $100,000 a year.

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