SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A former advertising director for Raley’s pleaded guilty to charges that he defrauded the company of more than $2.5 million. David John Magana, who worked for Raley’s through September 2010, was charged in a scheme to demand phony commissions from paper and graphics companies that wanted to do business with the retailer, then arranged to have the commissions paid back by Raley’s. Magana and unnamed co-conspirators also sold large quantities ...

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