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August 20, 1996 | MARY F. POLS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Her voice soft but steady, Sharry Holland, the mother of two Thousand Oaks teenagers convicted in the stabbing death of an Agoura Hills youth, testified Monday that their former stepfather physically and verbally abused both boys during her eight-year marriage. The abuse instilled a fiercely protective attitude that may have prompted her eldest child, Jason, now 19, to strike out at the two boys fighting with his younger brother Micah, 16, Holland said. Jason wounded one youth and killed 16-year-old Jimmy Farris, the son of a Los Angeles police officer, with a knife during the May 1995 fight.
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August 20, 1996 | MARY F. POLS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Her voice soft but steady, Sharry Holland, the mother of two Thousand Oaks teenagers convicted in the stabbing death of an Agoura Hills youth, testified Monday that their former stepfather physically and verbally abused both boys during her eight-year marriage. The abuse instilled a fiercely protective attitude that may have prompted her eldest child, Jason, now 19, to strike out at the two boys fighting with his younger brother Micah, 16, Holland said. Jason wounded one youth and killed 16-year-old Jimmy Farris, the son of a Los Angeles police officer, with a knife during the May 1995 fight.
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June 12, 1995 | ANDREW D. BLECHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With his right hand raised in surrender and his left hand clasped in his mother's, accused murderer and fugitive Jason Holland of Thousand Oaks ended three weeks of flight from authorities Sunday when he turned himself in to Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies. Holland and his mother, Sharry Holland, who had pleaded with her son on television to surrender, entered the Lost Hills sheriff's station at 2:30 a.m. Sunday.
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June 12, 1995 | ANDREW D. BLECHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With his right hand raised in surrender and his left hand clasped in his mother's, accused murderer and fugitive Jason Holland of Thousand Oaks ended three weeks of flight from authorities Sunday when he turned himself in to Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies. Holland and his mother, Sharry Holland, who had pleaded with her son on television to surrender, entered the Lost Hills sheriff's station at 2:30 a.m. Sunday.
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April 8, 1999 | MARLA DICKERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Not many entrepreneurs have had a rougher start than Valencia businesswoman Margo Groger did. When her husband passed away, she knew little about the spa and whirlpool fittings business he had left behind. Then a devastating fire burned the assembly plant to the ground. But the former junior high school counselor was determined to make good on her husband's legacy.
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May 12, 1999 | MARLA DICKERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
How's this for a class project? Pick the most cutthroat industry imaginable. Buy a struggling company, armed with a $15,000 loan from mom and dad, about $1.98 in working capital and zero business experience. Run this puppy from your campus apartment, playing CEO while you juggle schoolwork and a collegian's social calendar. Sounds like a ticket to academic probation. But Jason Hollander's business plan for Twenty-Eighth Street Publishing Inc.
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