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October 8, 1987
Former Illinois Gov. Daniel Walker was removed from the rolls of practicing lawyers in that state at his own request, Supreme Court officials said. Walker asked to be disbarred after pleading guilty in August to a three-count criminal complaint charging him with perjury and misapplication of bank funds in paying off hundreds of thousands of dollars in debts.
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November 29, 2011 | By Stuart Pfeifer, Los Angeles Times
A member of the founding family of Farmers & Merchants Bank has pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $2 million from a customer's account. Matthew J. Walker, who managed the bank's Laguna Hills branch, entered the guilty plea before U.S. District Judge Andrew J. Guilford in Santa Ana. Walker's attorney said he squandered the stolen money on a failed investment. Walker, 34, admitted to stealing the money by taking advances from a customer's line of credit during a 16-month period during 2009 and 2010.
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NEWS
June 23, 1989 | From United Press International
Former Gov. Daniel Walker, sentenced to seven years in federal prison for taking $1.45 million in fraudulent loans, was free Thursday on a federal judge's order that reduced his sentence to the nearly 18 months he has served. Walker, 66, whose fraudulent deals included one with his own savings and loan association, was freed from a federal prison camp in Duluth, Minn., hours after his lawyer filed a motion seeking early release. Walker, a longtime adversary of the late Mayor Richard J. Daley, had pleaded guilty on Oct. 9, 1987.
SPORTS
May 2, 2002 | ERIC STEPHENS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Beau Daniels, the setter for Pepperdine's No. 1-ranked men's volleyball team, usually has several options to go to as he directs the Waves' balanced attack. But when a play breaks down or the team is struggling in a match, he can always turn to old-reliable--outside hitter Lance Walker. "We know each other to the point where I know where he's going to be and I can just put the ball up at a certain spot," Daniels said. "I don't have to look for him on the court."
NEWS
June 22, 1989 | From Times wire services
Former Gov. Daniel Walker, who pleaded guilty to taking $1.45 million in fraudulent loans, was free today on a federal judge's order reducing his sentence to the nearly 18 months he served in a federal prison. Walker, 66, whose fraudulent deals included one with his own savings and loan association, was freed Wednesday from the federal prison camp in Duluth, Minn., hours after his lawyer filed a motion seeking early release. Walker, a Democrat, had served nearly 18 months after pleading guilty to fraud charges on Oct. 9, 1987.
BUSINESS
November 29, 2011 | By Stuart Pfeifer, Los Angeles Times
A member of the founding family of Farmers & Merchants Bank has pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $2 million from a customer's account. Matthew J. Walker, who managed the bank's Laguna Hills branch, entered the guilty plea before U.S. District Judge Andrew J. Guilford in Santa Ana. Walker's attorney said he squandered the stolen money on a failed investment. Walker, 34, admitted to stealing the money by taking advances from a customer's line of credit during a 16-month period during 2009 and 2010.
NEWS
August 6, 1987 | Associated Press
Former Illinois Gov. Daniel Walker pleaded guilty Wednesday to fraud and perjury charges stemming in part from improper loans arranged for him from his own savings and loan institution before it went broke. "I have broken the law and pleaded guilty," Walker read from a statement after entering his plea before U.S. District Judge Ann Williams. "I have deep regrets and no excuses."
SPORTS
May 2, 2002 | ERIC STEPHENS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Beau Daniels, the setter for Pepperdine's No. 1-ranked men's volleyball team, usually has several options to go to as he directs the Waves' balanced attack. But when a play breaks down or the team is struggling in a match, he can always turn to old-reliable--outside hitter Lance Walker. "We know each other to the point where I know where he's going to be and I can just put the ball up at a certain spot," Daniels said. "I don't have to look for him on the court."
NEWS
October 23, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Half a day after a car slammed into a deep ditch and flipped, the victim was found unconscious under a bush by his father. A patrolman first on the scene was hit by a truck. The patrolman was taken to the hospital. The truck driver was charged with drunk driving. But more than two dozen authorities who scoured the area in Blacksburg for Daniel Walker Jr. failed to find him, though he was only 20 feet from the wreckage.
NATIONAL
June 2, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
The body of a snowshoer who disappeared on a family outing nearly five months ago in Mesa County was recovered by a search crew after being spotted from a helicopter, authorities said in Grand Junction. Daniel Walker, 54, his wife and daughter were on an outing on the 10,500-foot Grand Mesa in western Colorado. The three got lost when the wind covered their tracks. Walker left the women in an attempt to find help. The wife and daughter were rescued after two days but he had vanished.
NEWS
June 23, 1989 | From United Press International
Former Gov. Daniel Walker, sentenced to seven years in federal prison for taking $1.45 million in fraudulent loans, was free Thursday on a federal judge's order that reduced his sentence to the nearly 18 months he has served. Walker, 66, whose fraudulent deals included one with his own savings and loan association, was freed from a federal prison camp in Duluth, Minn., hours after his lawyer filed a motion seeking early release. Walker, a longtime adversary of the late Mayor Richard J. Daley, had pleaded guilty on Oct. 9, 1987.
NEWS
June 22, 1989 | From Times wire services
Former Gov. Daniel Walker, who pleaded guilty to taking $1.45 million in fraudulent loans, was free today on a federal judge's order reducing his sentence to the nearly 18 months he served in a federal prison. Walker, 66, whose fraudulent deals included one with his own savings and loan association, was freed Wednesday from the federal prison camp in Duluth, Minn., hours after his lawyer filed a motion seeking early release. Walker, a Democrat, had served nearly 18 months after pleading guilty to fraud charges on Oct. 9, 1987.
NEWS
October 8, 1987
Former Illinois Gov. Daniel Walker was removed from the rolls of practicing lawyers in that state at his own request, Supreme Court officials said. Walker asked to be disbarred after pleading guilty in August to a three-count criminal complaint charging him with perjury and misapplication of bank funds in paying off hundreds of thousands of dollars in debts.
NEWS
August 6, 1987 | Associated Press
Former Illinois Gov. Daniel Walker pleaded guilty Wednesday to fraud and perjury charges stemming in part from improper loans arranged for him from his own savings and loan institution before it went broke. "I have broken the law and pleaded guilty," Walker read from a statement after entering his plea before U.S. District Judge Ann Williams. "I have deep regrets and no excuses."
BUSINESS
March 18, 2004 | James F. Peltz, Times Staff Writer
Farmers & Merchants Bank of Long Beach is a community bank founded nearly a century ago by C.J. Walker that is still "in the hands of the Walker family," its website proudly points out. To some members of the Walker clan, that's just the problem. A dissident branch of Walker heirs who are F&M Bank shareholders -- led by Marcus Walker, one of C.J.'s great-grandsons -- is challenging the management of the closely held bank headed by his uncle, Chief Executive and President Kenneth G. Walker.
NEWS
January 31, 1991
The Pentagon released the identities of seven of the 11 U.S. Marines killed in action against Iraqi forces Wednesday in Saudi Arabia : Cpl. Stephen E. Bentzlin, 23, Wood Lake, Minn. Lance Cpl. Thomas A. Jenkins, 20, Coulterville, Calif. Lance Cpl. Michael E. Linderman Jr., 19, Douglas, Ore. Pfc. Scott Schroeder, 20, Milwaukee, Wis. Lance Cpl. David T. Snyder, 21, Erie, N.Y. Pfc. Dion J. Stephenson, 20, Davis, Utah. Lance Cpl. Daniel B. Walker, 20, Whitehouse, Tex.
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