CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 28, 2008 |
A San Gabriel Valley man was indicted Tuesday for allegedly using social networking sites such as MySpace.com and MyYearbook.com to convince teenage girls to have sex with him and pose for pornographic pictures, according to the U.S. attorney's office. A federal grand jury indicted Gregory Scott Serrano, 33, of Monrovia on charges of production of child pornography, using the Internet to entice minors to produce child pornography and to meet for sex, receipt of child pornography, possession of child pornography and attempted destruction of evidence.
January 5, 2000 |
Women's apparel retailer Bebe Stores Inc. said Tuesday that Greg Scott, vice president of merchandising, will leave the company at the end of this month. Bebe shares fell $6.19 to close at $20.94 on Nasdaq in a broad market sell-off. However, the stock has dropped 42% in the last 12 months. President Manny Mashouf will take over Scott's responsibilities until a replacement is found. Bebe also named Suzanne Garcia to the new position of general merchandise manager.
April 12, 2004 |
Wet Seal Inc., which has spent the last two years trying to regain its footing, will turn to a Superior Court judge today for a hand. The retailer is scheduled to ask the judge to protect its trade secrets and help stem the flow of employees to a rival chain-store operator. Certainly, Wet Seal needs an assist. The company, based in Foothill Ranch, is in one of the most turbulent segments of retailing: Selling clothes to trend-hungry teenage girls and young women.
December 24, 1989
Kotkin says that the RAND Corp. study indicates that Latinos commit crimes at rates slightly lower than blacks or whites. However, most, if not all, of L.A.'s Hispanic barrios are littered with ugly, intimidating gang graffiti made by the violent street youth that inhabit those neighborhoods. I have spent more than two dozen Saturdays helping paint over the graffiti. After growing up in mostly white neighborhoods where this type of behavior was virtually unheard of, I deeply resent this low-class aspect of Hispanic culture.
August 20, 2013 |
When he watches a NASCAR race on television, Greg Scott feels his heart sink if smoke suddenly billows from the cars of Kyle Busch, Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin or some other Toyota drivers. The smoke usually means one of Toyota's engines blew up from the enormous stress placed on the power plants. "I take it hard," Scott says. "I don't feel good at all. " That's because Scott helps build the motors at Toyota's engine plant in Costa Mesa. But when his drivers win "it's exhilarating," said Scott, a 16-year veteran of Toyota Racing Development.
February 18, 1988 |
Laura Black came home to find a letter wedged in her door. Hand-lettered across the front was a warning, "You'd better read this." She knew who it was from, an unwanted suitor named Richard Farley. Black had told him she did not want to see him, but he pursued her, confronted her, harassed her--at work and at home. She moved and he found her. She got an unlisted telephone number so he called her at work. She asked her employer to stop him from loitering near her car and he moved across the street.