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February 22, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Speaking publicly for the first time Monday, two Los Angeles police officers at the center of a sweeping LAPD sexual harassment inquiry vehemently denied that they have ever mistreated women and insisted they are victims of vindictive department managers. "I categorically deny" all the allegations, said Officer Jay Varga, a much-lauded LAPD veteran, who with Officer Stephen M. McNicholas has been accused of mistreating female colleagues. "They are all false. . . . We haven't harassed anybody."
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February 22, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Speaking publicly for the first time Monday, two Los Angeles police officers at the center of a sweeping LAPD sexual harassment inquiry vehemently denied that they have ever mistreated women and insisted they are victims of vindictive department managers. "I categorically deny" all the allegations, said Officer Jay Varga, a much-lauded LAPD veteran, who with Officer Stephen M. McNicholas has been accused of mistreating female colleagues. "They are all false. . . . We haven't harassed anybody."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 24, 1995
Sometimes, even for a thief, it's hard to know what you've got till it's pawned. Last month Santa Monica pawnbroker Angelo Garzieri gave a customer $50 for an 18-inch bronze sculpture of a nude African woman. Garzieri then put the piece up for sale for $300.
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February 18, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two veteran officers have been transferred and others may also be disciplined as a result of a sweeping investigation of sexual harassment inside the LAPD's West Los Angeles station, which has a long-held but hotly disputed reputation for hostility toward women.
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February 19, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two Los Angeles police officers at the center of a massive LAPD sexual harassment inquiry received glowing performance evaluations after incidents in which they allegedly mistreated female colleagues, copies of personnel records obtained by The Times reveal. In early 1993, Officer Jay A. Varga was given strong ratings in 22 of 28 categories and was not found to need improvement in any area.
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March 3, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, This article was reported by Bettina Boxall, Greg Krikorian and Jim Newton. It was written by Newton
Despite years of increasingly pointed warnings and mounting legal challenges, sexual harassment at the Los Angeles Police Department remains an entrenched and serious problem, according to documents and numerous police officials who say there is a climate of hostility toward women that has until recently gone virtually unchecked.
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March 3, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, This article was reported by Bettina Boxall, Greg Krikorian and Jim Newton. It was written by Newton
Despite years of increasingly pointed warnings and mounting legal challenges, sexual harassment at the Los Angeles Police Department remains an entrenched and serious problem, according to documents and numerous police officials who say there is a climate of hostility toward women that has until recently gone virtually unchecked.
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