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July 4, 1997 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After five days of deliberations, a Los Angeles jury Thursday convicted two men of drugging and sexually assaulting a series of women in what local authorities described as the largest case of "date rape" drug use in California. The men were alleged to have assaulted the women over two years at a Lawndale warehouse that had been converted into a home and office by one of the defendants.
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August 6, 1997 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Even now, after all they have heard and seen, the memories of what happened to them remain elusive. And merciful or not, the fact that they cannot remember how they were drugged, then raped, sometimes repeatedly, does little to ease the humiliation. So on Tuesday, when it came time for their attackers to be sentenced, the women, one by one, told a Los Angeles courtroom how what Steven Michael Hagemann and Danny Richard Bohannon did to them had forever changed their lives.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1997 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Even now, after all they have heard and seen, the memories of what happened to them remain elusive. And merciful or not, the fact that they cannot remember how they were drugged, then raped, sometimes repeatedly, does little to ease the humiliation. So on Tuesday, when it came time for their attackers to be sentenced, the women, one by one, told a Los Angeles courtroom how what Steven Michael Hagemann and Danny Richard Bohannon did to them had forever changed their lives.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 4, 1997 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After five days of deliberations, a Los Angeles jury Thursday convicted two men of drugging and sexually assaulting a series of women in what local authorities described as the largest case of "date rape" drug use in California. The men were alleged to have assaulted the women over two years at a Lawndale warehouse that had been converted into a home and office by one of the defendants.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1994
A judge ordered Pomona College Wednesday to allow a student accused of date rape to graduate and to postpone a disciplinary hearing based on claims his accuser made to school officials. The student received a letter from the college in March ordering him to appear at a disciplinary hearing Friday that could threaten his chance of graduating. The hearing was prompted by a complaint from a student who claims the man raped her in his dormitory room in October, 1991.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 4, 1994
Pomona College has dropped disciplinary proceedings against a former student who was accused of rape. In March, a woman student filed a charge with the school's disciplinary board, accusing the man--who at that time was a senior--of having raped her 2 1/2 years earlier. The charge carried a possible penalty of expulsion. The woman never reported the incident to police.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 11, 2005 | Henry Chu and Solomon Moore, Times Staff Writers
People in this placid surfing town knew him as Miguel, the young gringo who lived with his Brazilian girlfriend and jogged on the beach with his two pit bulls. He seemed to drink a lot, kept to himself and spoke hardly a word in his American-accented Portuguese. When he did, neighbors said, it was often in a domestic quarrel or, once, in a drunken spat with customers in the bar across the street from the small beach house he shared with his girlfriend. "He always had his head down....
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 4, 1994
Pomona College has dropped disciplinary proceedings against a former student who was accused of rape. In March, a woman student filed a charge with the school's disciplinary board, accusing the man--who at that time was a senior--of having raped her 2 1/2 years earlier. The charge carried a possible penalty of expulsion. The woman never reported the incident to police.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1994
A judge ordered Pomona College Wednesday to allow a student accused of date rape to graduate and to postpone a disciplinary hearing based on claims his accuser made to school officials. The student received a letter from the college in March ordering him to appear at a disciplinary hearing Friday that could threaten his chance of graduating. The hearing was prompted by a complaint from a student who claims the man raped her in his dormitory room in October, 1991.
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