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October 11, 1987
A Los Angeles police captain, accused of roughing up a female desk officer who tried to stop him from taking a card she had received in a bouquet of flowers, faces a Police Department board of inquiry, a police spokesman said Saturday. Police Chief Daryl F. Gates called for the board of inquiry, the Police Department's most serious review, for Capt. Jerry Conner, 49, commander of the 77th Street station in South Los Angeles, Cmdr. William Booth said.
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February 16, 1989 | FREDERICK M. MUIR, Times Staff Writer
As police and the mayor's staff prepare for a summit today on controversial new methods to clean up Skid Row, sources close to the issue say the city will attempt to ease the LAPD's hard-line policy slightly, while still backing the thrust of the new strategy of confining transients to specific street corners.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 4, 1987 | FREDERICK M. MUIR, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles Police Capt. Jerry Conner was acquitted Thursday of charges that he roughed up a female officer in a shoving incident last summer but was found guilty of having threatened her with firing if she filed charges against him. A Los Angeles Police Department Board of Rights also found that the 24-year veteran was guilty of not taking appropriate action on a citizen's complaint of excessive force by an officer under his direction.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 4, 1987 | FREDERICK M. MUIR, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles Police Capt. Jerry Conner was acquitted Thursday of charges that he roughed up a female officer in a shoving incident last summer but was found guilty of having threatened her with firing if she filed charges against him. A Los Angeles Police Department Board of Rights also found that the 24-year veteran was guilty of not taking appropriate action on a citizen's complaint of excessive force by an officer under his direction.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1989 | FREDERICK M. MUIR, Times Staff Writer
As police and the mayor's staff prepare for a summit today on controversial new methods to clean up Skid Row, sources close to the issue say the city will attempt to ease the LAPD's hard-line policy slightly, while still backing the thrust of the new strategy of confining transients to specific street corners.
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July 27, 1990 | Associated Press
A couple having their wedding dinner shared a second important event. They were arrested together after a customer at the restaurant recognized the man. Jerry Conner and Sheila Maria Boyd told police that they had been married 15 minutes before their arrest on robbery charges Thursday. Boyd, 23, and Conner, 27, are accused of robbing 13 patients and five employees in a doctor's office last month, police spokesman Sgt. Edward Burns said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1987
Police Chief Daryl F. Gates has ordered a disciplinary hearing for a captain accused of five counts of misconduct, including physical force on a female officer, officials said Friday. Capt. Jerry Conner, 50, commander of the 77th Street station in South Los Angeles, is scheduled to appear before a Board of Rights on Dec. 1, said Cmdr. William Booth, department spokesman. Three of the counts concern incidents on Aug. 18 involving Officer Patricia Ibarra, 24.
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July 24, 1992 | RICHARD A. SERRANO and LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In the first termination cases to cross his desk, Los Angeles Police Chief Willie L. Williams has rejected recommendations by police tribunals and instead ordered the reinstatement of an officer accused of abusing her sick leave benefits and another charged with insubordination.
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December 2, 1987 | PAUL FELDMAN, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles police captain, accused of five counts of misconduct, told a departmental Board of Rights panel Tuesday that he would have automatically filed a personnel complaint against a police sergeant if he had been informed that the sergeant had allegedly stuck a gun into his wife's mouth and threatened her life during a domestic quarrel. However, despite testimony to the contrary by three police officers, Capt.
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April 14, 1988 | BOB POOL, Times Staff Writer
Downtown Los Angeles office worker Greg Caraveo Sr. was doing something Wednesday he has never dared to do before. He was eating lunch in Pershing Square. It was a pleasant lunch, too. Gone were the drunks, drifters and drug dealers who in recent years have overrun Los Angeles' historic 5-acre Central City park and made it as unsafe as it was unsavory.
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October 11, 1987
A Los Angeles police captain, accused of roughing up a female desk officer who tried to stop him from taking a card she had received in a bouquet of flowers, faces a Police Department board of inquiry, a police spokesman said Saturday. Police Chief Daryl F. Gates called for the board of inquiry, the Police Department's most serious review, for Capt. Jerry Conner, 49, commander of the 77th Street station in South Los Angeles, Cmdr. William Booth said.
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November 1, 1991 | LOUIS SAHAGUN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A coalition of community activists on Thursday urged the City Council to override the mayor's veto of a proposal to convert the historic May Co. building into a colossal garment-making plant. The plea came at a news conference orchestrated by owners of the property--now called the Broadway Trade Center--and their lobbyist, former City Councilman Art Snyder, as a political pressure tactic in what has become a fractious issue at City Hall. The developers, who paid about $25.
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June 20, 1989 | RONALD L. SOBLE
City officials were outraged. Within walking distance of City Hall and Los Angeles' bustling "new" downtown, cocaine dealers had swarmed in, selling crack, a cheap derivative of cocaine, for a few dollars a "rock" along a seedy stretch of Spring Street, particularly between 3rd and 7th streets. The trafficking hub, law enforcement officials charged, was the Alexandria Hotel, a one-time showplace at 5th and Spring, where guests once ranged from U.S. Presidents to Hollywood celebrities but which in later years had fallen into disrepute.
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