The warning was issued as a two page letter by the California Fair Political Practices Commission, resolving an open ethics complaint claiming hedidn't correctly disclose certain sources of income when he took office. No fine was issued.
Once the commission contacted Kreep he fixed the errors on the disclosure forms, according to the letter.
Kreep was recently in the news, described as being "banished to traffic court," and prosecutors were reportedly boycotting his courtroom because of his actions on the bench. He was working from the downtown San Diego courthouse, but in September was assigned to the small claims and traffic court in Kearny Mesa.
He is one of a few attorneys who have taken Obama eligibility cases to the U.S. Supreme Court; all have been denied a hearing. Kreep's case against Obama was originally rejected by the U.S. District Court in San Diego, on the basis that the court did not hold jurisdiction to hear such a case.
He heads up the U.S. Justice Foundation, a conservative political group based in Ramona, which has nationwide support.