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May 25, 1990 | LEE HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
City officials in Hawaiian Gardens have invited the Guardian Angels to help them fight a sharp rise in major crimes. The City Council voted unanimously earlier this week to officially welcome the self-styled anti-crime volunteers to patrol the one-square-mile city of 12,500 mostly low-income residents. "We can't afford to pay any more for law enforcement. We thought this would be a good idea," Mayor Pro Tem Domenic Ruggeri said Thursday. The city spends an estimated $815,000 of its $2.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 4, 1997
As the clock struck midnight on Halloween, the Hawaiian Gardens Police Department closed its doors and deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department began street patrols. City Administrator Jack Simpson said Monday that the Police Department had earned a good reputation and that the department was closed only because the city is undergoing drastic budget cuts.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 4, 1997
As the clock struck midnight on Halloween, the Hawaiian Gardens Police Department closed its doors and deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department began street patrols. City Administrator Jack Simpson said Monday that the Police Department had earned a good reputation and that the department was closed only because the city is undergoing drastic budget cuts.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 25, 1990 | LEE HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
City officials in Hawaiian Gardens have invited the Guardian Angels to help them fight a sharp rise in major crimes. The City Council voted unanimously earlier this week to officially welcome the self-styled anti-crime volunteers to patrol the one-square-mile city of 12,500 mostly low-income residents. "We can't afford to pay any more for law enforcement. We thought this would be a good idea," Mayor Pro Tem Domenic Ruggeri said Thursday. The city spends an estimated $815,000 of its $2.
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