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March 23, 2004 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
A Riverside County sheriff's deputy pleaded guilty Monday to 12 drug-related counts including stealing evidence and using methamphetamine and marijuana on duty, crimes that could bring an 11-year prison term. James J. Reynolds, 33, a seven-year deputy assigned to the Jurupa Valley station, entered the surprise guilty pleas during a preliminary hearing in Riverside. Superior Court Judge Helios J. Hernandez is scheduled to sentence Reynolds on May 20.
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May 5, 2005 | Don Shirley, Times Staff Writer
Jed Reynolds stars in an acclaimed play, "National Pastime," in which he portrays all-American icon Jackie Robinson. But that's not the only role Reynolds performs at the Fremont Centre Theatre. He's also the janitor. In fact, he's paid more money for being the janitor than he is for being the star. So goes life at this 78-seat, mom-and-pop theater in South Pasadena -- or, for Reynolds, this stepmom-and-pop theater. It's run by his father, James Reynolds, and stepmother, Lissa Layng Reynolds.
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NEWS
May 5, 2005 | Don Shirley, Times Staff Writer
Jed Reynolds stars in an acclaimed play, "National Pastime," in which he portrays all-American icon Jackie Robinson. But that's not the only role Reynolds performs at the Fremont Centre Theatre. He's also the janitor. In fact, he's paid more money for being the janitor than he is for being the star. So goes life at this 78-seat, mom-and-pop theater in South Pasadena -- or, for Reynolds, this stepmom-and-pop theater. It's run by his father, James Reynolds, and stepmother, Lissa Layng Reynolds.
NEWS
November 18, 2004 | Mark Sachs
Actor James Reynolds has traded quips on "Seinfeld," put on his game face for "The Weakest Link" and, back in the day, spent some flex time on "The Incredible Hulk." But it's soap fans who know him best, as Abe Carter on the NBC daytime series "Days of Our Lives." Around his South Pasadena neighborhood, however, Reynolds and wife Lissa are known as the artistic directors of the Fremont Centre Theatre, where the holiday play "A Christmas Twist" opens tonight.
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November 18, 2004 | Mark Sachs
Actor James Reynolds has traded quips on "Seinfeld," put on his game face for "The Weakest Link" and, back in the day, spent some flex time on "The Incredible Hulk." But it's soap fans who know him best, as Abe Carter on the NBC daytime series "Days of Our Lives." Around his South Pasadena neighborhood, however, Reynolds and wife Lissa are known as the artistic directors of the Fremont Centre Theatre, where the holiday play "A Christmas Twist" opens tonight.
NEWS
October 4, 1988
A memorial service for James M. Reynolds, a founder and operating board member of the Music Center and a trustee of the Air Force Academy, Harvey Mudd College and the Stanford University Athletic Board, will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday at La Canada Presbyterian Church. Reynolds, chairman of Reynolds Printasign Co., died Friday at a Glendale hospital of leukemia. He was 66.
NEWS
November 4, 2004 | David C. Nichols
"The Tangled Snarl" and "Murder Me Once": Spuds Idaho is the cracked, hard-boiled hero of both of these plays, written by John Rustan and Frank Semerano and directed by James Reynolds. "Snarl," the first component of this delightfully flat-footed satire, suggests Dashiell Hammett's "The Maltese Falcon" as rewritten by Carl Reiner. Perpetually imbibing Spuds (an inspired Todd Babcock) greets us while removing a slug from his gut.
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July 22, 2004 | David C. Nichols
The Tangled Snarl and Murder Me Once: John Rustan and Frank Semerano's fractured film noir productions are delightfully flat-footed satire. James Reynolds, who directed "Snarl's" 1981 premiere, helms it here with the new companion piece "Murder," both starring an inspired Todd Babcock as Spuds Idaho. They make a knee-slapping double feature. "Snarl" suggests Dashiell Hammett's "The Maltese Falcon" as rewritten by Carl Reiner.
NEWS
May 7, 1987
The West Los Angeles Coordinating Council will honor 16 Westside junior high school students at a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. May 19 at Mercury Savings & Loan, Sepulveda and National boulevards. The event is open to the public. Admission is $5.
BUSINESS
June 20, 1986
James M. Reynolds has been named chairman of Dinkum Dog Inc., the Santa Fe Springs-based hot-dog company. Larry Powell, who brought the Australian hot-dog technology to the United States earlier this year, remains president and chief executive.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 2004 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
A Riverside County sheriff's deputy pleaded guilty Monday to 12 drug-related counts including stealing evidence and using methamphetamine and marijuana on duty, crimes that could bring an 11-year prison term. James J. Reynolds, 33, a seven-year deputy assigned to the Jurupa Valley station, entered the surprise guilty pleas during a preliminary hearing in Riverside. Superior Court Judge Helios J. Hernandez is scheduled to sentence Reynolds on May 20.
NEWS
October 4, 1988
A memorial service for James M. Reynolds, a founder and operating board member of the Music Center and a trustee of the Air Force Academy, Harvey Mudd College and the Stanford University Athletic Board, will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday at La Canada Presbyterian Church. Reynolds, chairman of Reynolds Printasign Co., died Friday at a Glendale hospital of leukemia. He was 66.
BUSINESS
March 20, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Wedbush, Morgan Officials Have Dispute Over Stock: Toronto-based Deprenyl Research Ltd. said its stock plunged $2.25 to $15.625 on the Toronto exchange because of a "totally unfounded sell recommendation" by Los Angeles-based brokerage Wedbush, Morgan Securities. Traders said David Saks, Wedbush's New York-based drug analyst, still maintained a "buy" on the stock, but was overruled by Wedbush research chief James Reynolds in L.A.
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