LOS ANGELES — Two former zone managers for Kroger-owned Ralphs Grocery Co. were sentenced Monday for telling locked-out employees to use false names and Social Security numbers so they could be rehired during the 134-day labor dispute in Southern California in late 2003 and early 2004. Both Charles Vance and Randall Kruska were sentenced to two years' probation; Vance was also sentenced to three months of house arrest and Kruska was ordered to pay a $3,000 fine. Both men pleaded guilty to ...

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