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June 13, 1992 | JULIO MORAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Long Beach teen-ager who shot a deaf Palmdale man to death after a stoplight confrontation in Granada Hills pleaded no contest Friday to a charge of manslaughter in return for a 12-year prison sentence. San Fernando Superior Court Judge Howard J. Schwab accepted the plea from Joey Paul Bellinger, 19, who had been charged with murdering Cesar Vieira, 30, and wounding Vieira's brother, Edward, now 27, who is also deaf.
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October 28, 1992 | JULIO MORAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Long Beach teen-ager who shot two hearing-impaired Palmdale brothers after a traffic incident, killing one of them, was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison but could be free in four years. As part of a plea bargain, San Fernando Superior Court Judge Howard J. Schwab allowed Joey Paul Bellinger, 19, to serve his time in a California Youth Authority facility. "This is a tragic case," Schwab said. "There are no winners, only losers." Bellinger's attorney, Ezekiel P.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 1990
This letter is in response to The Times' March 14 article about Joey Bellinger, the 16-year-old accused of gunning down two men in Granada Hills on Jan. 28. Once again we see a situation in which victims' rights may be pushed aside so that the court can sympathize with the accused. One can understand the defense attorney's plea not to try Bellinger as an adult; however, the severity of the crime and the witnesses' accounts regarding lack of remorse on the part of Bellinger removes any sympathy from my mind.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 13, 1992 | JULIO MORAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Long Beach teen-ager who shot a deaf Palmdale man to death after a stoplight confrontation in Granada Hills pleaded no contest Friday to a charge of manslaughter in return for a 12-year prison sentence. San Fernando Superior Court Judge Howard J. Schwab accepted the plea from Joey Paul Bellinger, 19, who had been charged with murdering Cesar Vieira, 30, and wounding Vieira's brother, Edward, now 27, who is also deaf.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1990
The parents of a teen-ager accused of killing a deaf man and wounding his brother were ordered Tuesday to serve probation and perform community service for helping the youth flee, authorities said. Joseph Paul Bellinger Sr. and Phyllis Mary Goodman last month agreed not to contest charges that they arranged for their son to flee to Upstate New York. Joey Bellinger, who was arrested March 2 in New York, is being prosecuted as an adult for the Jan.
NEWS
September 27, 1990 | ROBIN ABCARIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was an astonishing sight: the legendary recluse unleashing his torment on the nightly news. In the newspapers. Vilifying the prosecutor, holding impromptu press conferences in the halls of justice, offering his $4-million Mulholland Drive home as bond. Why? You know why. Marlon Brando was Daddying his kid. Christian Brando, 32, the actor's first child, had been charged with murder in the shooting of his sister's Tahitian boyfriend, Dag Drollet, 26.
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March 18, 1990 | HECTOR TOBAR and JOSH MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Escaping a police manhunt after the shooting of two deaf brothers on a San Fernando Valley street corner, 16-year-old Joey Bellinger sought refuge in this sleepy farming town of about 250 residents in the mountains of Upstate New York. While news spread quickly in Los Angeles of the Jan. 28 shooting--which left Cesar Vieira, 30, dead and his brother Edward, 25, wounded--Joey spent his days in the home of a family friend on Cassville's Main Street.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1990
A 16-year-old Long Beach youth charged with shooting two deaf brothers--killing one--in a fight that began with a "stare-down" at a traffic light must stand trial as an adult because of the seriousness of the crime, a judge ruled Wednesday. Pasadena Juvenile Court Judge Sandy Kriegler ruled at the conclusion of a three-day fitness hearing during which defense attorney Gerald L.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 10, 1990
A 16-year-old Long Beach youth was "an accident waiting to happen" from emotional problems caused by the murder of his sister, a psychiatrist testified Monday at a hearing to determine whether the teen-ager will be tried as a juvenile or as an adult for shooting two deaf brothers, one fatally. But Dr. William Vicary said that Joey Paul Bellinger is "not a hardened anti-social individual" and could be rehabilitated by the California Youth Authority.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1990 | AMY LOUISE KAZMIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The parents of Joey Paul Bellinger admitted Tuesday that they helped their 16-year-old son flee Southern California to Upstate New York to avoid prosecution for the shooting of two deaf Palmdale brothers. Joseph Paul Bellinger Sr., 40, and Phyllis Mary Goodman, 37, of Long Beach entered pleas in Long Beach Municipal Court to charges of aiding and abetting a suspected felon. Their son has been charged with killing Cesar Vieira, 30, and wounding Vieira's brother, Edward, 25, in January.
NEWS
September 27, 1990 | ROBIN ABCARIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was an astonishing sight: the legendary recluse unleashing his torment on the nightly news. In the newspapers. Vilifying the prosecutor, holding impromptu press conferences in the halls of justice, offering his $4-million Mulholland Drive home as bond. Why? You know why. Marlon Brando was Daddying his kid. Christian Brando, 32, the actor's first child, had been charged with murder in the shooting of his sister's Tahitian boyfriend, Dag Drollet, 26.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1990
The parents of a teen-ager accused of killing a deaf man and wounding his brother were ordered Tuesday to serve probation and perform community service for helping the youth flee, authorities said. Joseph Paul Bellinger Sr. and Phyllis Mary Goodman last month agreed not to contest charges that they arranged for their son to flee to Upstate New York. Joey Bellinger, who was arrested March 2 in New York, is being prosecuted as an adult for the Jan.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1990
A 16-year-old Long Beach youth charged with shooting two deaf brothers--killing one--in a fight that began with a "stare-down" at a traffic light must stand trial as an adult because of the seriousness of the crime, a judge ruled Wednesday. Pasadena Juvenile Court Judge Sandy Kriegler ruled at the conclusion of a three-day fitness hearing during which defense attorney Gerald L.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 10, 1990
A 16-year-old Long Beach youth was "an accident waiting to happen" from emotional problems caused by the murder of his sister, a psychiatrist testified Monday at a hearing to determine whether the teen-ager will be tried as a juvenile or as an adult for shooting two deaf brothers, one fatally. But Dr. William Vicary said that Joey Paul Bellinger is "not a hardened anti-social individual" and could be rehabilitated by the California Youth Authority.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1990 | AMY LOUISE KAZMIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The parents of Joey Paul Bellinger admitted Tuesday that they helped their 16-year-old son flee Southern California to Upstate New York to avoid prosecution for the shooting of two deaf Palmdale brothers. Joseph Paul Bellinger Sr., 40, and Phyllis Mary Goodman, 37, of Long Beach entered pleas in Long Beach Municipal Court to charges of aiding and abetting a suspected felon. Their son has been charged with killing Cesar Vieira, 30, and wounding Vieira's brother, Edward, 25, in January.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1990 | AMY LOUISE KAZMIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The parents of Joey Paul Bellinger admitted Tuesday that they helped their 16-year-old son flee to Upstate New York to avoid prosecution on murder charges for the shooting of two deaf Palmdale brothers in Granada Hills. Joseph Paul Bellinger Sr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1992 | JULIO MORAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Long Beach teen-ager who shot two hearing-impaired Palmdale brothers after a traffic incident, killing one of them, was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison but could be free in four years. As part of a plea bargain, San Fernando Superior Court Judge Howard J. Schwab allowed Joey Paul Bellinger, 19, to serve his time in a California Youth Authority facility. "This is a tragic case," Schwab said. "There are no winners, only losers." Bellinger's attorney, Ezekiel P.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1990 | AMY LOUISE KAZMIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The parents of Joey Paul Bellinger admitted Tuesday that they helped their 16-year-old son flee to Upstate New York to avoid prosecution on murder charges for the shooting of two deaf Palmdale brothers in Granada Hills. Joseph Paul Bellinger Sr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 1990
This letter is in response to The Times' March 14 article about Joey Bellinger, the 16-year-old accused of gunning down two men in Granada Hills on Jan. 28. Once again we see a situation in which victims' rights may be pushed aside so that the court can sympathize with the accused. One can understand the defense attorney's plea not to try Bellinger as an adult; however, the severity of the crime and the witnesses' accounts regarding lack of remorse on the part of Bellinger removes any sympathy from my mind.
NEWS
March 18, 1990 | HECTOR TOBAR and JOSH MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Escaping a police manhunt after the shooting of two deaf brothers on a San Fernando Valley street corner, 16-year-old Joey Bellinger sought refuge in this sleepy farming town of about 250 residents in the mountains of Upstate New York. While news spread quickly in Los Angeles of the Jan. 28 shooting--which left Cesar Vieira, 30, dead and his brother Edward, 25, wounded--Joey spent his days in the home of a family friend on Cassville's Main Street.
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