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November 28, 1990 | STEVE SCHUELEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Carlos Aguilar remembered the sound of the gunshot, the pain in his chest and the fleeting thought that his life was going to be senselessly snuffed out. Standing in front of his locker at Los Alamitos Race Course, the 23-year-old quarter horse rider displayed a scar on the right side of his chest and thanked God that he had lived to tell about it. "It was in February of 1989," said Aguilar, who had grown up in the gang-infested Santa Ana barrio.
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November 28, 1990 | STEVE SCHUELEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Carlos Aguilar remembered the sound of the gunshot, the pain in his chest and the fleeting thought that his life was going to be senselessly snuffed out. Standing in front of his locker at Los Alamitos Race Course, the 23-year-old quarter horse rider displayed a scar on the right side of his chest and thanked God that he had lived to tell about it. "It was in February of 1989," said Aguilar, who had grown up in the gang-infested Santa Ana barrio.
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March 8, 1998 | JANET WILSON
A family was injured Friday night when a drunk driver ran a red light and slammed into their car, police said. Carlos Aguilar, 49, of Rowland Heights, was arrested and charged with felony drunk driving and two counts of driving with a suspended license, said Sgt. Phil Dascenzi. Aguilar's license had been suspended once before for driving while under the influence of alcohol, Dascenzi said. Romulo Ruedas had just exited the 91 Freeway southbound onto Beach Boulevard shortly after 9:30 p.m.
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November 10, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Police shot and killed three peasant protesters during a clash over corn prices in the southeastern state of Chiapas, peasant leader Juan Carlos Aguilar said. Police opened fire on the protesters as helicopters whirled overhead and dropped tear-gas canisters during the predawn clash near Venustiano Carranza, Aguilar said. At least one man was hospitalized with serious injuries, in the city of Comitan, he said, and federal army troops were also involved in the clash.
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March 11, 1989
Two Santa Ana men were arrested Friday in connection with the wounding of two other men in what police called a gang-related drive-by shooting. Maureen Thomas, a Santa Ana police spokeswoman, said Carlos Aguilar and Alejandro Gutierrez, both 21, were standing in front of a house in the 700 block of West Myrtle Street at noon Friday when two men drove by in a blue 1978 Oldsmobile and fired several shots from a .22-caliber handgun.
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July 17, 1986 | Associated Press
Seventy staffers, including longtime correspondent George Herman whose assignments have included the White House beat and the "Face the Nation" broadcast, were told by CBS News today that they had been cut from the payroll and most were given two weeks to clean up their affairs. "The date that distresses all of us is here," said CBS News President Van Gordon Sauter in a memo to the news division. "The CBS News layoffs will be concluded by the end of the day."
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September 19, 1993 | STEVE ANDERSEN
Three of the leading jockeys at Los Alamitos were involved in two accidents Friday night in which all three were taken to a local hospital. Bruce Pilkenton and G.R. Carter, second and third in the standings respectively, were involved in a spill in the ninth race, the $20,000 Katella Handicap. Carter, aboard favored Miss Frequent Flyer, was just behind the leaders when his mount clipped heels with Rebs Sign Off.
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November 9, 1990 | Times Wire Services
The Dream Doctor will head a field of 10 3-year-olds set to go to the post Saturday night in the $55,279 California Sires Cup at Los Alamitos. The Sires Cup will be contested over 400 yards as the ninth race on the 12-race program. A pair of trials for the Sires Cup were conducted on Oct. 31 with the 10 fastest qualifiers returning for Saturday's final in quest of the $25,078 winner's share of the purse.
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August 10, 1991 | STEVE ANDERSEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Shake Six, a 4-year-old gelding, closed impressively in the stretch to catch defending champion Baychaino and win the Calyx Invitational Handicap Friday night at the Orange County Racing Fair at Los Alamitos Race Course. The victory spoiled the return of Griswold, the world record-holder at 870 yards, who hadn't raced since April. Shake Six, who is trained by Bob Baffert and was ridden by Eddie Garcia, ran the 870 yards in 44.73 seconds. He returned $22.80, $6.60 and $3.
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August 5, 2013 | By Ari Bloomekatz
A Santa Ana man was convicted Monday of beating an 18-month-old girl to death and abusing another child. A jury found Juan Carlos Aguilar, 27, guilty of one felony count of murder, as well as assault and abuse, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Aguilar faces a maximum sentence of 31 years to life in state prison. Aguilar lived in a Santa Ana apartment in July 2011 with his girlfriend and their 3-year-old child, and his girlfriend's sister and her 18-month-old daughter, Megan Rodriguez, according to prosecutors.
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