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February 11, 1999 | DANIEL YI
John E. Fuller has been appointed county marshal, a position that had been vacant since former Marshal Mike Carona became Orange County sheriff in January. Fuller, a captain and a 22-year veteran of the marshal's office, bested 27 other candidates in the six-month selection process, Orange County Superior Court officials said in announcing the appointment Wednesday. The marshal's office is responsible for security in the county's courthouses.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 11, 1999 | DANIEL YI
John E. Fuller has been appointed county marshal, a position that had been vacant since former Marshal Mike Carona became Orange County sheriff in January. Fuller, a captain and a 22-year veteran of the marshal's office, bested 27 other candidates in the six-month selection process, Orange County Superior Court officials said in announcing the appointment Wednesday. The marshal's office is responsible for security in the county's courthouses.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 11, 2000 | Chris Ceballos
The Orange County Marshal's Department will ask county supervisors Tuesday to approve a $796,000 appropriation to complete work on its new civil-records computer program. Marshal John E. Fuller said the department hopes to have the program running by Jan. 1, but now needs to tap department reserves to finish the project. The program will allow the public to view and file cases, pay fees and get information and assistance online. Funding comes from fees collected with each court filing.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 29, 1990
John (Jack) H. Fuller, who ran a family trucking business in Lancaster for 28 years, has died at his Pearblossom residence. He was 82. Fuller died Wednesday of heart failure, his son, Bill Fuller, said. Born Aug. 13, 1908, in Nebraska, Fuller was a teen-ager when he came to California, where he worked in construction and later became a truck driver. In the early 1950s, he started a small trucking business, Reliable Delivery Service in Lancaster, which he operated until the mid-1970s.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 2000
The expected merger of the Orange County marshal's office into the Sheriff's Department is unlikely to have any immediate impact on county residents. But if it accomplishes the goal of saving money, it will be worth it. The marshal's office long has been dwarfed by the sheriff's operation. Currently Marshal John E. Fuller commands about 500 deputies; Sheriff Mike Carona commands more than 3,000.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 2000 | HECTOR BECERRA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Orange County Marshal's Department, an 111-year-old law enforcement institution, will soon fade into the sunset. After years of debate, the department will be taken over in July by the Sheriff's Department, Sheriff Mike Carona said Friday. The move could save taxpayers as much as $3 million a year, the sheriff said, and no layoffs are expected.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 2000 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
County supervisors on Tuesday approved an emergency transfer of more than $760,000 to the marshal's office because agency officials underestimated the costs for a new computer and database system. But the funding did not come without strings, as the board also transferred oversight of the marshal's budget to the county's CEO office. Supervisors Todd Spitzer and Tom Wilson were visibly unhappy with the performance of Marshal John E.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1999 | JERRY HICKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you're planning a trip to the main county courthouse in Santa Ana, you'd better get used to a new routine beginning April 16: electronic metal detectors at all entrances for the first time. Orange County Marshal John E. Fuller, who oversees court security, concedes some people won't like it. "For some, a two-minute wait is enough to complain [about]. But it will mean a safer courthouse for visitors and those who work there."
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