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April 14, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
A city planning commissioner acknowledged Friday that he held stock in a land development company at the same time that he voted in favor of plans for three San Clemente housing projects owned by the firm. But Commissioner Harold Joseph said he sold the stock last month when City Clerk Myrna Erway reviewed his state-required financial disclosure statement and pointed out the apparent conflict of interest.
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June 27, 1992 | FRANK MESSINA and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A former San Clemente planning commissioner agreed Friday to pay $7,000 to settle a conflict-of-interest lawsuit filed by the district attorney's office that accused him of voting on matters in which he stood to make a financial gain. The suit, which was filed just before the settlement was reached, alleged that former commissioner Harold Joseph voted in favor of development projects involving Centex Corp., a company in which he held 1,000 shares of stock worth more than $30,000.
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May 1, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
The City Council on Wednesday will consider asking for the resignation of Planning Commissioner Harold Joseph because of ties to a development company with a project under construction in San Clemente, a council member said. Joseph has acknowledged that he owned more than $10,000 in Centex Development Corp. stock when he voted last November to approve a housing development proposed by the company.
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May 1, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
The City Council on Wednesday will consider asking for the resignation of Planning Commissioner Harold Joseph because of ties to a development company with a project under construction in San Clemente, a council member said. Joseph has acknowledged that he owned more than $10,000 in Centex Development Corp. stock when he voted last November to approve a housing development proposed by the company.
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April 20, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
The Orange County district attorney's office said Thursday that it is investigating a possible conflict of interest involving a planning commissioner who voted to allow the building of subdivisions while reportedly holding a financial interest in the development firm. Deputy Dist. Atty. Donna Crandall confirmed Thursday that her office is looking into Harold Joseph's connection to Dallas-based Centex Development Corp., but declined to comment further.
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June 27, 1992 | FRANK MESSINA and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A former San Clemente planning commissioner agreed Friday to pay $7,000 to settle a conflict-of-interest lawsuit filed by the district attorney's office that accused him of voting on matters in which he stood to make a financial gain. The suit, which was filed just before the settlement was reached, alleged that former commissioner Harold Joseph voted in favor of development projects involving Centex Corp., a company in which he held 1,000 shares of stock worth more than $30,000.
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April 3, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
An infant was killed and a toddler critically injured Wednesday when the car they were riding in was rear-ended at a Los Angeles traffic light. The children were in a Nissan Sentra stopped at Vermont Avenue and 76th Street just after 2 p.m. when a sport utility vehicle struck, pushing the car about 180 feet, police said. Officials did not know if the children were in car seats.
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February 1, 1993
An off-duty sheriff's deputy who spotted two men trying to steal merchandise from an Encino office-supply store Sunday arrested one suspect and shot at the other man, who tried to run the deputy over with a car, authorities said. Michael Brown, a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy, saw two men trying to steal office supplies from the Staples store in the 17100 block of Ventura Boulevard about 2:30 p.m., Los Angeles Police Detective Larry Dolley said.
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January 12, 1993 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A teen-age member of the infamous "Nasty Boys," pioneers in a particularly sadistic form of bank robbery, was sentenced Monday to one of the longest prison terms ever handed down for that crime. U.S. District Judge Dickran Tevrizian sentenced Harold Joseph Walden II to more than 73 years in federal prison, effectively locking him up for the rest of his life.
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April 20, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
The Orange County district attorney's office said Thursday that it is investigating a possible conflict of interest involving a planning commissioner who voted to allow the building of subdivisions while reportedly holding a financial interest in the development firm. Deputy Dist. Atty. Donna Crandall confirmed Thursday that her office is looking into Harold Joseph's connection to Dallas-based Centex Development Corp., but declined to comment further.
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April 14, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
A city planning commissioner acknowledged Friday that he held stock in a land development company at the same time that he voted in favor of plans for three San Clemente housing projects owned by the firm. But Commissioner Harold Joseph said he sold the stock last month when City Clerk Myrna Erway reviewed his state-required financial disclosure statement and pointed out the apparent conflict of interest.
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May 3, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
Beset by conflict of interest allegations, Harold Joseph has resigned from the city Planning Commission. Joseph sat through the Planning Commission meeting Tuesday night before surprising the commission with his announcement that he was quitting "in the best interests of the city."
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March 21, 1992 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Federal agents and Detroit police on Friday arrested a Los Angeles man suspected of being one of the "Nasty Boys," a group of robbers who terrorized victims and held up more than two dozen Southern California banks during a recent four-month crime rampage. Harold Joseph Walden II, 18, was reportedly visiting relatives in Detroit when he was arrested Friday afternoon. "We had information that led us to the Detroit area," said John L. Hoos, an FBI spokesman based in Los Angeles.
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