LOS ANGELES — The criminal branch of the City Attorney's office here has amended its complaint against Ralphs Grocery Co. and its corporate parent, Kroger Co., to include additional violations of the city's Business and Professions Code. The new counts allege that a store in South Los Angeles was overcharging customers on posted prices of certain items. Kroger officials could not be reached for comment. In May the City Attorney filed a 59-count criminal complaint against Ralphs and Kroger ...

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