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November 5, 1991 | MICHAEL CONNELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Fernando Valley's former top-ranking fire official was ordered into a drug-diversion program Monday at a hearing on a charge he helped a prostitute buy drugs from an undercover police officer. If former Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen is determined to be a good candidate for drug counseling after an interview with a probation officer, the misdemeanor charge against him will be dropped upon his completion of the counseling program, Deputy City Atty. Gary Geuss said.
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December 20, 1991 | JAMES QUINN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A judge Thursday granted the former highest-ranking Fire Department official in the San Fernando Valley permission to enroll in a drug treatment program rather than stand trial on a misdemeanor cocaine-buying charge. Former Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen of Thousand Oaks still could be prosecuted if he fails to complete the rehabilitation program, Deputy Los Angeles City Atty. Gary G. Geuss said. Mullen retired Sept.
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October 3, 1991 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A criminal charge was filed Wednesday against the San Fernando Valley's former top-ranking fire official for allegedly trying to help a suspected prostitute buy drugs from undercover police in Van Nuys. Former Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen Jr., who retired Monday amid scandal after 31 years of service, was charged with one count of solicitation of another to commit an offense--a misdemeanor that carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1991 | MICHAEL CONNELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Fernando Valley's former top-ranking fire official was ordered into a drug-diversion program Monday at a hearing on a charge he helped a prostitute buy drugs from an undercover police officer. If former Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen is determined to be a good candidate for drug counseling after an interview with a probation officer, the misdemeanor charge against him will be dropped upon his completion of the counseling program, Deputy City Atty. Gary Geuss said.
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September 27, 1991
An Encino woman charged with attempting to buy cocaine while accompanied by the San Fernando Valley's top fire official was arraigned Thursday in Van Nuys Municipal Court on an earlier prostitution charge. Lisa Louise Andrews, also known as Lisa Tapar, pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor prostitution charge stemming from an Aug. 9 police undercover operation at Sepulveda and Burbank boulevards in Van Nuys.
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September 28, 1991
Los Angeles Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen, the San Fernando Valley's top-ranking city fire official, on Friday was temporarily reassigned to administrative duty pending an internal probe into allegations that he accompanied a woman as she tried to buy cocaine from undercover officers, a Fire Department spokesman said. The woman, Lisa Andrews of Encino, was arrested Sept. 6 after handing an undercover officer $20 for some rock cocaine.
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October 4, 1991
An Encino woman denied Thursday in Van Nuys Municipal Court that she attempted to buy cocaine last month while accompanied by the San Fernando Valley's top fire official. Lisa Louise Andrews, 29, was a passenger in a car owned and driven by then-Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen Jr. on Sept. 6 when she tried to buy rock cocaine from undercover police officers, prosecutors say. Mullen, 53, who retired Monday, is also charged in the case. He is to be arraigned Oct.
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September 27, 1991 | JAMES QUINN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An Encino woman charged with attempting to buy cocaine while accompanied by the San Fernando Valley's top fire official was arraigned Thursday in Van Nuys Municipal Court on an earlier prostitution charge. Meanwhile, a spokesman for the Los Angeles city attorney's office said no decision has been made on whether to charge L.A. Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen in a Sept. 6 incident.
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December 20, 1991 | JAMES QUINN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A judge Thursday granted the former highest-ranking Fire Department official in the San Fernando Valley permission to enroll in a drug treatment program rather than stand trial on a misdemeanor cocaine-buying charge. Former Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen of Thousand Oaks still could be prosecuted if he fails to complete the rehabilitation program, Deputy Los Angeles City Atty. Gary G. Geuss said. Mullen retired Sept.
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October 1, 1991 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Fernando Valley's top fire official retired Monday in the midst of an investigation of his association with a suspected prostitute who was arrested in Van Nuys as she allegedly tried to buy rock cocaine from undercover police officers. In accepting the retirement of Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen, effective Monday morning, the Fire Department also dropped its internal investigation of Mullen's role in the Sept.
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October 4, 1991
An Encino woman denied Thursday in Van Nuys Municipal Court that she attempted to buy cocaine last month while accompanied by the San Fernando Valley's top fire official. Lisa Louise Andrews, 29, was a passenger in a car owned and driven by then-Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen Jr. on Sept. 6 when she tried to buy rock cocaine from undercover police officers, prosecutors say. Mullen, 53, who retired Monday, is also charged in the case. He is to be arraigned Oct.
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October 3, 1991 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A criminal misdemeanor charge was filed Wednesday against the San Fernando Valley's former top-ranking fire official for allegedly trying to help a suspected prostitute buy cocaine from undercover Los Angeles police. Former Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen Jr., who retired Monday after 31 years in the department, was charged with one count of enticing another person to commit an offense--in this case, to purchase drugs.
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October 3, 1991 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A criminal charge was filed Wednesday against the San Fernando Valley's former top-ranking fire official for allegedly trying to help a suspected prostitute buy drugs from undercover police in Van Nuys. Former Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen Jr., who retired Monday amid scandal after 31 years of service, was charged with one count of solicitation of another to commit an offense--a misdemeanor that carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
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October 1, 1991 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Fernando Valley's top fire official retired Monday in the midst of an investigation of his association with a suspected prostitute who was arrested in Van Nuys as she allegedly tried to buy rock cocaine from undercover police officers. In accepting the retirement of Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen, effective Monday morning, the Fire Department also dropped its internal investigation of Mullen's role in the Sept.
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October 1, 1991 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Fernando Valley's top fire official retired Monday after revelations that he accompanied a woman who allegedly tried to buy rock cocaine from undercover officers in Van Nuys. In accepting the retirement of Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen, the Los Angeles Fire Department also dropped its internal investigation of Mullen's role in the Sept. 6 arrest of Lisa Louise Andrews, 29, of Encino, who was a passenger in his car. Andrews also faces an unrelated prostitution charge.
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September 28, 1991
Los Angeles Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen, the San Fernando Valley's top-ranking city fire official, on Friday was temporarily reassigned to administrative duty pending an internal probe into allegations that he accompanied a woman as she tried to buy cocaine from undercover officers, a Fire Department spokesman said. The woman, Lisa Andrews of Encino, was arrested Sept. 6 after handing an undercover officer $20 for some rock cocaine.
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October 1, 1991 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Fernando Valley's top fire official retired Monday after revelations that he accompanied a woman who allegedly tried to buy rock cocaine from undercover officers in Van Nuys. In accepting the retirement of Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen, the Los Angeles Fire Department also dropped its internal investigation of Mullen's role in the Sept. 6 arrest of Lisa Louise Andrews, 29, of Encino, who was a passenger in his car. Andrews also faces an unrelated prostitution charge.
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October 3, 1991 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A criminal misdemeanor charge was filed Wednesday against the San Fernando Valley's former top-ranking fire official for allegedly trying to help a suspected prostitute buy cocaine from undercover Los Angeles police. Former Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen Jr., who retired Monday after 31 years in the department, was charged with one count of enticing another person to commit an offense--in this case, to purchase drugs.
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September 27, 1991
An Encino woman charged with attempting to buy cocaine while accompanied by the San Fernando Valley's top fire official was arraigned Thursday in Van Nuys Municipal Court on an earlier prostitution charge. Lisa Louise Andrews, also known as Lisa Tapar, pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor prostitution charge stemming from an Aug. 9 police undercover operation at Sepulveda and Burbank boulevards in Van Nuys.
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September 27, 1991 | JAMES QUINN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An Encino woman charged with attempting to buy cocaine while accompanied by the San Fernando Valley's top fire official was arraigned Thursday in Van Nuys Municipal Court on an earlier prostitution charge. Meanwhile, a spokesman for the Los Angeles city attorney's office said no decision has been made on whether to charge L.A. Assistant Fire Chief James J. Mullen in a Sept. 6 incident.
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