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August 20, 1988
Two Los Angeles women arrested in the disappearance of millionairess Jean Fay Drexler were released from custody Friday after the district attorney's office decided not to file charges against them, at least temporarily. District attorney's spokesman Al Albergate said prosecutors need more time to talk to Drexler, 74, and other witnesses before finally determining whether Lillian Kahn, 50, and her daughter, Cynthia Deaver, 18, should be charged.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 19, 1988 | JOHN KENDALL, Times Staff Writer
Millionairess Jean Fay Drexler smiles a little, cries a little and talks a lot since she was found walking near her expensive Hollywood Hills home by neighbors who took her in and called authorities, her court-appointed attorney said Thursday. "She's in good shape," said Marshal Oldman after talking to his 74-year-old client. "She's a very happy person right now."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 1988
Two Los Angeles women arrested in the disappearance of millionairess Jean Fay Drexler were released from custody Friday after the district attorney's office decided not to file charges against them, at least temporarily. District attorney's spokesman Al Albergate said prosecutors need more time to talk to Drexler, 74, and other witnesses before finally determining whether Lillian Kahn, 50, and her daughter, Cynthia Deaver, 18, should be charged.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 18, 1988 | JOHN KENDALL, Times Staff Writer
The search for missing millionairess Jean Fay Drexler ended suddenly Wednesday with an anonymous phone call telling authorities that the 74-year-old widow could be found near her expensive Hollywood Hills home. "We kind of think that somebody put her out on the streets near her house," said Los Angeles Police Cmdr. William Booth. "Neighbors saw her on the street and took her in."
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August 13, 1988 | JOHN KENDALL, Times Staff Writer
Where is Jean Fay Drexler? Has the wealthy 74-year-old widow been kidnaped and is she being held against her will, as feared by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Miriam A. Vogel? Is she staying with friends to avoid authorities who have decided she needs help to protect her $2-million fortune, as claimed by an acquaintance?
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August 17, 1988 | JOHN KENDALL, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles legal secretary and her daughter were arrested Tuesday in the disappearance of millionairess Jean Fay Drexler and booked for investigation of kidnaping for extortion, authorities said. Lillian Kahn, 38, and Cynthia Deaver, about 20, were taken into custody by district attorney investigators at a West Hollywood hotel and turned over to Los Angeles police detectives, district attorney's spokesman Al Albergate said. The two were later booked at the Van Nuys Division Jail, Cmdr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1989
The Dodgers paid Hershiser $1.1 million just for signing his contract. Willie Mays only charges $8.50 for his autograph. PEGGY MORSE Westlake Villiage
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 19, 1988 | JOHN KENDALL, Times Staff Writer
Millionairess Jean Fay Drexler smiles a little, cries a little and talks a lot since she was found walking near her expensive Hollywood Hills home by neighbors who took her in and called authorities, her court-appointed attorney said Thursday. "She's in good shape," said Marshal Oldman after talking to his 74-year-old client. "She's a very happy person right now."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 18, 1988 | JOHN KENDALL, Times Staff Writer
The search for missing millionairess Jean Fay Drexler ended suddenly Wednesday with an anonymous phone call telling authorities that the 74-year-old widow could be found near her expensive Hollywood Hills home. "We kind of think that somebody put her out on the streets near her house," said Los Angeles Police Cmdr. William Booth. "Neighbors saw her on the street and took her in."
NEWS
August 17, 1988 | JOHN KENDALL, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles legal secretary and her daughter were arrested Tuesday in the disappearance of millionairess Jean Fay Drexler and booked for investigation of kidnaping for extortion, authorities said. Lillian Kahn, 38, and Cynthia Deaver, about 20, were taken into custody by district attorney investigators at a West Hollywood hotel and turned over to Los Angeles police detectives, district attorney's spokesman Al Albergate said. The two were later booked at the Van Nuys Division Jail, Cmdr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 13, 1988 | JOHN KENDALL, Times Staff Writer
Where is Jean Fay Drexler? Has the wealthy 74-year-old widow been kidnaped and is she being held against her will, as feared by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Miriam A. Vogel? Is she staying with friends to avoid authorities who have decided she needs help to protect her $2-million fortune, as claimed by an acquaintance?
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