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June 3, 1992
Capital murder charges were filed Tuesday against three men arrested in the shooting death of a Maywood police officer during a robbery at a neighborhood market. Suspected triggerman Carlos Antonio Juarez, 22, and alleged accomplices Jose Contreras, 20, and Hector Reyna, 21, each were charged with one count of murder in the May 29 killing of Maywood Police Officer John A. Hoglund.
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June 5, 1992 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Maywood buried its first slain police officer Thursday in an intensely personal ceremony befitting its 34-member police force and the affable, small-town ways of Officer John A. Hoglund. The funeral--attended by hundreds of friends, relatives and uniformed officers--also became a statement of police solidarity as the mourners in Downey's Calvary Chapel were reminded of the politically tense and often hostile times in which Hoglund was killed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1992 | PSYCHE PASCUAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three men sought in the shooting death of a Maywood police officer were arrested in Los Angeles on Sunday, authorities said. Carlos Juarez, 22, believed by authorities to have been the triggerman who gunned down Officer John A. Hoglund in a robbery Friday, was arrested about 7 p.m. Sunday near downtown, said Sheriff's Department spokesman Sgt. Bob Stoneman. Two alleged accomplices, Jose Contreras, 20, and Hector Reyna, 21, were arrested earlier Sunday in South-Central Los Angeles, Stoneman said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1992
Capital murder charges were filed Tuesday against three men arrested in the shooting death of a Maywood police officer during a robbery at a neighborhood market. Suspected triggerman Carlos Antonio Juarez, 22, and alleged accomplices Jose Contreras, 20, and Hector Reyna, 21, each were charged with one count of murder in the May 29 killing of Maywood Police Officer John A. Hoglund.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 2, 1992 | LESLIE BERGER and MICHAEL CONNELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Three men arrested in the fatal shooting of a Maywood police officer during the holdup of a neighborhood market may be involved in dozens of other armed robberies, including one in which a grocer was killed, authorities said Monday. "It appears they've been very, very active--extremely active," said Sheriff's Lt. Tom Johnston, who is heading the investigation of the killing May 29 of Officer John A. Hoglund.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 5, 1992 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Maywood buried its first slain police officer Thursday in an intensely personal ceremony befitting its 34-member police force and the affable, small-town ways of Officer John A. Hoglund. The funeral--attended by hundreds of friends, relatives and uniformed officers--also became a statement of police solidarity as the mourners in Downey's Calvary Chapel were reminded of the politically tense and often hostile times in which Hoglund was killed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 23, 1992
Six men were charged Wednesday with taking part in a yearlong series of armed robberies in which a Van Nuys shop owner was killed and more than 50 Los Angeles area businesses were robbed, authorities said. Five of the men already face charges in the slaying of Maywood Police Officer John A. Hoglund, who was shot during a robbery in May.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 20, 1993
Three Los Angeles men were ordered to stand trial Monday on more than 50 charges stemming from a five-month crime wave that included the murders of a Van Nuys storekeeper and a Maywood police officer. After a monthlong preliminary hearing, Municipal Judge Michael S. Luros said there was enough evidence to link the trio to the May 4, 1992, shooting of Woodley Market owner Lee Chul Kim and the killing of Officer John A. Hoglund less than a month later.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1992 | JAMES QUINN
Three Los Angeles men pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges stemming from a yearlong robbery spree that allegedly included the killings of a Van Nuys market owner and a Maywood police officer. Charged in the May 4 shooting death of storekeeper Lee Chul Kim are Carlos Juarez, 22, also known as Santiago Fuentes, and Jose Contreras, 20.
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April 20, 1993 | THOM MROZEK
Three Los Angeles men were ordered to stand trial Monday on more than 50 charges stemming from a five-month crime spree that included the slayings of a Van Nuys storekeeper and a Maywood police officer. After a monthlong preliminary hearing, Municipal Judge Michael S. Luros said there was enough evidence to link the trio to the May 4, 1992, shooting deaths of Woodley Market owner Lee Chul Kim and Officer John A. Hoglund less than a month later.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 2, 1992 | LESLIE BERGER and MICHAEL CONNELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Three men arrested in the fatal shooting of a Maywood police officer during the holdup of a neighborhood market may be involved in dozens of other armed robberies, including one in which a grocer was killed, authorities said Monday. "It appears they've been very, very active--extremely active," said Sheriff's Lt. Tom Johnston, who is heading the investigation of the killing May 29 of Officer John A. Hoglund.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1992 | PSYCHE PASCUAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three men sought in the shooting death of a Maywood police officer were arrested in Los Angeles on Sunday, authorities said. Carlos Juarez, 22, believed by authorities to have been the triggerman who gunned down Officer John A. Hoglund in a robbery Friday, was arrested about 7 p.m. Sunday near downtown, said Sheriff's Department spokesman Sgt. Bob Stoneman. Two alleged accomplices, Jose Contreras, 20, and Hector Reyna, 21, were arrested earlier Sunday in South-Central Los Angeles, Stoneman said.
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June 10, 1992 | MICHAEL CONNELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One of three men who Los Angeles police said last week were linked "beyond a shadow of a doubt" to the slaying of a Korean-American grocer in Van Nuys was released from jail this week after investigators found he had an alibi--he was at work and his Korean-American employers vouched for him. Jehu Adelso Miranda, 40, of Los Angeles was released Monday night. Police arrested him Friday and said he was the getaway driver in the May 4 slaying of Lee Chul Kim during an attempted robbery.
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June 6, 1992 | MICHAEL CONNELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two men charged in last week's slaying of a Maywood police officer were involved in the slaying last month of a businessman who was shot to death during a robbery of his Van Nuys grocery and check-cashing store, Los Angeles police said Friday. Both slayings were the work of a ring of mostly Salvadoran nationals who may have struck as many as 100 small businesses from Santa Ana to Pacoima during the last year, Deputy Police Chief Mark Kroeker said.
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