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June 27, 1987 | GEORGE RAMOS and TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writers
The Los Angeles policeman killed in a shoot-out Monday night with two drug suspects in Sylmar was eulogized Friday as a professional who took to heart the lyrics of a popular rock song that preached "no retreat, no surrender." Nearly 2,000 police officers and family friends listened silently at services for slain officer James H.
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June 27, 1987 | GEORGE RAMOS and TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writers
The Los Angeles policeman killed in a shoot-out Monday night with two drug suspects in Sylmar was eulogized Friday as a professional who took to heart the lyrics of a popular rock song that preached "no retreat, no surrender." Nearly 2,000 police officers and family friends listened silently at services for slain officer James H.
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December 7, 1991
A Los Angeles man was sentenced Friday in San Fernando Superior Court to more than eight years in prison for assault and selling cocaine, a day after his accomplice was convicted of second-degree murder for killing an undercover police officer in Sylmar who tried to arrest him. Thomas Lee Mixon, 23, was sentenced Friday to 8 years, 4 months in state prison.
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May 13, 1988
Two South-Central Los Angeles gang members were ordered Thursday to stand trial on charges that they killed a plainclothes policeman last summer in Sylmar. San Fernando Municipal Judge Gregg Marcus ordered Louis Belvin Jr., 18, and Thomas Lee Mixon, 19, tried on murder charges in the June 22 killing of Los Angeles Police Officer James H. Pagliotti.
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September 11, 1987
A Juvenile Court judge ruled Thursday that a youth who was 17 when he allegedly shot and killed a police officer last June will be tried as an adult. Eastlake Juvenile Court Judge Kathryne Ann Stoltz ruled that Louis Belvin Jr., who turned 18 in July, met the criteria required for an adult trial primarily because of the gravity of the offense, his previous delinquent history and the sophistication with which the murder was carried out.
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April 18, 1992
A Los Angeles man convicted of killing an undercover police officer in Sylmar in 1987 was sentenced Friday to a maximum term of nearly 28 years to life in prison. In sentencing Louis Belvin Jr., 22, of Los Angeles, for the second-degree murder of Officer James H. Pagliotti, San Fernando Superior Court Judge Howard J. Schwab said he would recommend to prison authorities that Belvin "never be returned to society."
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July 16, 1987
One of two teen-agers charged with slaying a police officer in Sylmar last month pleaded not guilty Wednesday to murder and assault charges, a prosecutor said. Louis Belvin Jr., who turned 18 Tuesday, entered the plea before Eastlake Juvenile Court Commissioner Carl V. Moroney in the June 22 killing of Los Angeles Police Officer James H. Pagliotti, said Deputy Dist. Atty. Mitchel J. Harris.
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June 25, 1987 | STEPHANIE CHAVEZ, Times Staff Writer
Jolted by the fatal shooting of a police officer Monday night in their neighborhood and outraged by drug trafficking outside their doors, about 200 Sylmar residents met with police and apartment managers Wednesday and vowed to band together to drive the dealers away. In a two-hour meeting at Sylmar High School, angry residents asked for more police patrols and complained that they sometimes feel powerless against the drug dealers.
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June 26, 1987 | TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writer
One of the two suspects in Monday's fatal shooting of a Los Angeles policeman assaulted a man moments before Officer James H. Pagliotti was killed, a prosecutor said Thursday. Thomas Lee Mixon, 19, was charged with one count each of assault with a force likely to cause great bodily injury, conspiracy to sell drugs, selling cocaine and murder, Deputy Dist. Atty. Richard L. Jenkins said.
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March 31, 1988 | TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writer
A street gang member told a San Fernando municipal judge Wednesday that he was shot in the stomach by fellow gang member Louis Belvin Jr. last May, a month before Belvin allegedly killed a Los Angeles police officer. Jerry Kimbrough, 19, of South-Central Los Angeles, testified that Belvin pointed a gun at him and cocked it during a dispute over ownership of a cassette. He said Belvin shot him, even though Kimbrough had agreed to relinquish the cassette.
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April 18, 1992 | JULIO MORAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Los Angeles man convicted of killing an undercover police officer in Sylmar in 1987 was sentenced Friday to a maximum term of nearly 28 years to life in prison. In sentencing Louis Belvin Jr., 22, of Los Angeles for the second-degree murder of Officer James H. Pagliotti, San Fernando Superior Court Judge Howard J. Schwab said he would recommend to prison authorities that Belvin "never be returned to society."
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