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July 11, 2001 | SUE FOX and MARK Z. BARABAK, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
It's breakfast time at the Old Mill Cafe, time to slurp a mug of steaming coffee and tuck into the story that's been crowding the front page for weeks: the saga of the besieged congressman and the missing intern. Not long ago, Gary A. Condit could have counted on the devotion of the retired mechanics and Korean War veterans slouched on the cafe's red Leatherette stools. After all, this was Condit Country, just a few miles down ribboned Highway 99 from the congressman's hometown of Ceres.
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July 11, 2001 | STEPHEN BRAUN and ANUJ GUPTA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Police moved forcefully Tuesday to learn about Chandra Levy's final contacts with Rep. Gary A. Condit, searching the Californian's downtown condominium and asking him to provide them with a DNA sample and submit to a polygraph test. Less than a day after Condit's lawyer said the congressman would voluntarily allow police to pore over materials that would normally require a search warrant, D.C. Police Chief Charles H. Ramsey said, "We want to take him up on that offer."
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July 10, 2001 | STEPHEN BRAUN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A lawyer for Rep. Gary A. Condit (D-Ceres) said Monday that the congressman has offered to allow police investigating the disappearance of Modesto intern Chandra Levy to search his Washington condominium and give them access to his telephone and cell phone records. Condit would even consider undergoing a lie detector test, the lawyer said, "if we think it would be helpful."
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July 9, 2001 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The lawyer for beleaguered Rep. Gary A. Condit (D-Ceres) lashed out at the media Sunday for continuing to try to link the California Democrat with the disappearance of Chandra Levy, saying journalists are more interested in rummaging through Condit's private life than trying to help find the missing Washington intern. "What he told the police about what his relationships were with her or anybody else is not the news," attorney Abbe Lowell said on CNN's "Late Edition." "You're making it the news.
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July 8, 2001 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rep. Gary A. Condit (D-Ceres) has been interviewed by police for the third time in the case of missing intern Chandra Levy, and authorities said Saturday he had continued to fully cooperate with their investigation and is not a suspect in her disappearance nine weeks ago. "He is not a suspect today, and he was not a suspect yesterday," Assistant Police Chief Terrance W. Gainer said in a news conference outside police headquarters Saturday night.
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July 6, 2001 | From Associated Press
The statement released Thursday by Abbe Lowell, an attorney for Rep. Gary A. Condit, in connection with the investigation into the disappearance of intern Chandra Levy: For weeks, Congressman Condit has stated that he would assist the police in their efforts to locate Chandra Levy. Today, the congressman's wife, Carolyn, met with law enforcement officials to provide whatever information she could. To expedite this, Congressman Condit accompanied Mrs.
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July 6, 2001 | ANUJ GUPTA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chandra Levy, the former government intern who disappeared more than two months ago, probably did not kill herself, because if she had, her body would have been discovered by now, District of Columbia Police Chief Charles H. Ramsey said Thursday. Authorities intend to focus their investigation on the two other most likely explanations for Levy's disappearance: that she has gone into hiding or that she fell victim to foul play.
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June 25, 2001 | Reuters
A second interview with Rep. Gary A. Condit (D-Ceres) was "somewhat useful" in the probe of a missing Californian but did not bring investigators closer to solving her disappearance, the District of Columbia police chief said Sunday. Police Chief Charles H. Ramsey said on ABC-TV's "This Week" that the one-hour police interview Saturday with Condit, who was friends with 24-year-old Chandra Levy of Modesto, was part of an effort to explore every avenue in the hunt for the woman.
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June 24, 2001 | From Associated Press
Police interviewed Rep. Gary A. Condit (D-Ceres) a second time Saturday in their search for a missing California woman he has described as a "good friend." The hourlong meeting took place midafternoon at an undisclosed location, said Terrance W. Gainer, Washington's executive assistant chief of police. "The congressman was responsive to our inquiries," Gainer said. But Gainer said police did not learn anything dramatic to help them in their search for Chandra Levy, 24, of Modesto.
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June 23, 2001 | From Associated Press
Rep. Gary A. Condit has hired a criminal defense lawyer and called police to set up a second interview to talk about his relationship with a California woman who has been missing for nearly two months. Details for the meeting with police remained to be worked out. "Hopefully, it will occur sooner rather than later," Condit (D-Ceres) said in a statement Friday.
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