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March 3, 1994
We are writing to praise the unsung heroes of the Los Angeles Police Department, the ones behind the officers: the wives, husbands, boyfriends, girlfriends, mothers and fathers. During the earthquake Jan. 17, I was at home. I am a family man, as a lot of our officers are, and was extremely scared for my family and relatives. During the next two hours, I made sure my family was OK. Many of us drove to our relatives to ensure their safety. I made paths in my home so my wife and kids could walk from room to room.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 2003 | Richard Winton, Times Staff Writer
The hour was late and the crowd was thinning at a backyard party in Mar Vista last weekend when a group of gang members confronted partygoers. Twenty-year-old Angel Lopez, a pitcher for Los Angeles City College who had hosted the party for friends who like himself were passionate about baseball, tried to defuse the tension. "We're not gang members. We're baseball players," Lopez said simply.
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July 6, 1994 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For four years, Newport Beach Dukes owner Fred Lieberman had Greg Patton, the greatest quote machine in World TeamTennis, as his coach. Now that Patton and his wacky quotes are in Idaho with the newest WTT franchise, Lieberman has Angel Lopez, who before his first match already has become probably the biggest non-playing drawing card in WTT history.
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July 6, 1994 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For four years, Newport Beach Dukes owner Fred Lieberman had Greg Patton, the greatest quote machine in World TeamTennis, as his coach. Now that Patton and his wacky quotes are in Idaho with the newest WTT franchise, Lieberman has Angel Lopez, who before his first match already has become probably the biggest non-playing drawing card in WTT history.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1993
Longtime member David Lopez-Lee will head the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees for the 1993-1994 school year. Lopez-Lee, returning to a post he held three years ago, was unanimously elected president at the seven-member board's annual reorganization meeting. Trustee and past President Julia L. Wu was chosen as vice president of the board. Lopez-Lee and Wu replace trustees Wallace Knox and Kenneth Washington, respectively.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 2003 | Richard Winton, Times Staff Writer
The hour was late and the crowd was thinning at a backyard party in Mar Vista last weekend when a group of gang members confronted partygoers. Twenty-year-old Angel Lopez, a pitcher for Los Angeles City College who had hosted the party for friends who like himself were passionate about baseball, tried to defuse the tension. "We're not gang members. We're baseball players," Lopez said simply.
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November 17, 1990 | BRYAN RODGERS
Paramount 27, Rio Mesa 7--Senior running back Leon Neal rushed for 206 yards in 12 carries and scored once as Paramount (11-0), the No. 1-ranked team in the division, eliminated visiting Rio Mesa (6-5). Neal was complemented by running back Demandri White, who scored two touchdowns and added 66 yards in five carries. Rio Mesa quarterback Angel Lopez threw three second-half interceptions.
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October 20, 1990 | NORM WEBER
Rio Mesa 49, Dos Pueblos 19--Gordy Abellera and Brian Hafer each ran for two touchdowns, and Angel Lopez threw two touchdown passes to lead a balanced Rio Mesa attack at Dos Pueblos. Rio Mesa (4-3, 2-2) led at halftime, 35-0, and scored six touchdowns before Dos Pueblos got on the scoreboard. On defense, the Spartans had four sacks. Within 67 seconds, Frank Tinoco set up Abellera's second score with an interception and set up Lopez's first touchdown pass with a fumble recovery.
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September 8, 1990 | PAUL OLSON
Channel Islands 30, Rio Mesa 18--Senior running back Renard Carn rushed for 197 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Raiders at home. Carn took the first handoff for the Raiders on their new field and raced 41 yards to the Rio Mesa two-yard line. Two plays later Carn crossed the goal line to give Channel Islands a 6-0 lead. Carn added touchdown runs of 49 and four yards in the fourth quarter to help the Raiders seal the victory.
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September 22, 1990 | NORM WEBER
Rio Mesa 34, Santa Clara 21--Led by the passing of senior quarterback Angel Lopez, Rio Mesa overcame a second-half rally by visiting Santa Clara to post its second victory. Lopez threw two touchdown passes, set up two others with two long completions, threw a two-point conversion pass and also ran two yards for a touchdown. He completed six of 10 for 212 yards. Santa Clara took a 21-19 lead with 9:17 remaining on a seven-yard run by fullback Scotty Tripp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 1994
We are writing to praise the unsung heroes of the Los Angeles Police Department, the ones behind the officers: the wives, husbands, boyfriends, girlfriends, mothers and fathers. During the earthquake Jan. 17, I was at home. I am a family man, as a lot of our officers are, and was extremely scared for my family and relatives. During the next two hours, I made sure my family was OK. Many of us drove to our relatives to ensure their safety. I made paths in my home so my wife and kids could walk from room to room.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1993
Longtime member David Lopez-Lee will head the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees for the 1993-1994 school year. Lopez-Lee, returning to a post he held three years ago, was unanimously elected president at the seven-member board's annual reorganization meeting. Trustee and past President Julia L. Wu was chosen as vice president of the board. Lopez-Lee and Wu replace trustees Wallace Knox and Kenneth Washington, respectively.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Three Kern County detention officers accused of beating an inmate to death pleaded not guilty Thursday to murder charges. Daniel Thomas Lindini, 48, Ralph Contreras, 32, and Roxanne Fowler, 41, were charged with second-degree murder and assault by a peace officer in the Aug. 15 death of James Moore, 30. Two other deputies, Angel Lopez Bravo, 34, and Lisa Diane Romero, 20, also pleaded not guilty Thursday to assault in connection to the killing.
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