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April 29, 1993 | DICK WAGNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Loret and Jack Sayler look up hopefully as the planes pass over the million-dollar hilltop home they are trying to sell. On the spacious front lawn, where family soccer games were played and the croquet course once stood, a for-sale sign in white letters and numbers 10 feet long and 2 feet wide beckons air travelers.
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April 29, 1993 | DICK WAGNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Loret and Jack Sayler look up hopefully as the planes pass over the million-dollar hilltop home they are trying to sell. On the spacious front lawn, where family soccer games were played and the croquet course once stood, a for-sale sign in white letters and numbers 10 feet long and 2 feet wide beckons air travelers.
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November 25, 1990 | Gail Abarbanel and Aileen Adams, Gail Abarbanel is director of Santa Monica Hospital's Rape Treatment Center, and Aileen Adams is its legal counsel
Ana was seven years old when she told her teacher that she had been sexually abused on many occasions by her stepfather. The Department of Children's Services removed her from her home at night while she was asleep. She awoke the next day in a foster home with strangers who spoke a different language. During the ensuing months, Ana was interviewed by four different children's services workers. She was questioned by three police officers.
OPINION
November 25, 1990 | Gail Abarbanel and Aileen Adams, Gail Abarbanel is director of Santa Monica Hospital's Rape Treatment Center, and Aileen Adams is its legal counsel
Ana was seven years old when she told her teacher that she had been sexually abused on many occasions by her stepfather. The Department of Children's Services removed her from her home at night while she was asleep. She awoke the next day in a foster home with strangers who spoke a different language. During the ensuing months, Ana was interviewed by four different children's services workers. She was questioned by three police officers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 30, 1989
A fire apparently started by a lighted cigarette blackened 133 acres of brush north of Canyon Country on Tuesday but did not threaten houses, the Los Angeles County Fire Department reported. One firefighter suffered a minor hand injury in the fire that started about 5 p.m. near the 18700 block of Goodvale Road, Capt. Derek Reyna said. The fire was controlled at 6:40 p.m., he said. It was not known who discarded the cigarette believed to have started the fire, he said.
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November 5, 1992
A statewide registry of sober-living homes to protect recovering alcoholics and addicts from abuse could be in place by early 1993, according to the California Assn. of Alcohol Recovery Homes. Twenty years ago, the nonprofit group helped the state draft its first laws regulating alcohol and drug recovery homes. The registry plan comes after reports in The Times of widespread profiteering by some operators of privately run sober-living houses.
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November 3, 1996 | STEPHANIE STASSEL
After seizing five alleged rock cocaine houses, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies posed as drug dealers and within hours arrested 68 people Friday on suspicion of trying to buy drugs or for being connected to the drug-selling operations. The so-called reverse sting operation began Friday afternoon, when deputies, working with the federal Drug Enforcement Agency, served search warrants at five residences in the 300 block of East Avenue.
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October 27, 1990 | CAROL WATSON
Narcotics officers arrested eight people and seized almost 6 pounds of cocaine in a drug bust that began in Santa Paula and ended in Los Angeles County, authorities said Friday. The arrests resulted from an investigation of two suspected Santa Paula drug dealers that was begun a month ago by the Ventura County Sheriff's Department, Lt. Guy Inglis said. The Santa Paula men delivered 2.
BUSINESS
April 6, 1999
The most active trading of apartment houses in Los Angeles County took place on the Westside last year, where the average price was also the highest in the county. The Mid-Wilshire and Downtown markets posted the largest increase in sales activity. Most Active Apartment Submarkets in 1998 *--* Submarket Number of sales Avg.
NEWS
July 19, 1988 | Associated Press
Gang members firebombed two homes in Willowbrook today, apparently in retaliation against a 47-year-old father's efforts to halt drug sales nearby, authorities said. As many as five gasoline-filled bottles were thrown at the two houses, said Los Angeles County Fire Capt. Dennis Walsh. Ramon Fuentes, who lived in one of the homes, had confronted gang members outside his house Sunday, telling them to go somewhere else to sell drugs, according to sheriff's deputies.
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August 12, 2000 | JOCELYN STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State parole officials have ordered all residents of halfway houses in Los Angeles County to remain indoors, beginning this weekend, to avoid any violence around the Democratic National Convention. "In the event that there is civil unrest, we would like that our inmates not be a part of any activity or not be victims of any violence," said Doris Mahlum, administrator of the county's inmate reentry program.
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January 24, 2003 | Peter Y. Hong and Richard Winton, Times Staff Writers
County child-welfare officials Thursday removed two children from the Compton homes where a 7-year-old boy was shot to death this week, police said. The children had been living with numerous relatives in a pair of bullet-riddled houses that Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department officials called "a crash pad for known gang members." The houses in the 14500 block of South Harris Avenue were the site of two fatal shootings this month. On Monday about 8 a.m., Horace Ray Ferguson Jr.
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