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April 2, 1992 | LESLIE BERGER
A Los Angeles police captain who was accused of illegally using anabolic steroids has been cleared of wrongdoing, his attorney and a department spokesman said Wednesday. Capt. John P. Mutz, a 16-year veteran assigned to the Van Nuys Division, was found not guilty of two administrative charges--soliciting a doctor to commit a felony and improperly using anabolic steroids, said his attorney, Barry Levin of Los Angeles.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 1992 | LESLIE BERGER
A Los Angeles police captain who was accused of illegally using anabolic steroids has been cleared of wrongdoing, his attorney and a department spokesman said Wednesday. Capt. John P. Mutz, a 16-year veteran assigned to the Van Nuys Division, was found not guilty of two administrative charges--soliciting a doctor to commit a felony and improperly using anabolic steroids, said his attorney, Barry Levin of Los Angeles.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 9, 1992 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Los Angeles Police Department captain assigned to the Van Nuys Division has been charged with misconduct for allegedly receiving anabolic steroids and obtaining them from a physician who is under federal indictment for illegally distributing the muscle-building drug. Capt. John P. Mutz, a 16-year veteran, is the fourth and highest-ranking Los Angeles officer to be ordered before a board of rights, or disciplinary panel, because of allegations that he was a client of Dr. Walter F.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 9, 1992 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Los Angeles Police Department captain assigned to the Van Nuys Division has been charged with misconduct for allegedly receiving anabolic steroids and obtaining them from a physician who is under federal indictment for illegally distributing the muscle-building drug. Capt. John P. Mutz, a 16-year veteran, is the fourth and highest-ranking Los Angeles officer to be ordered before a board of rights, or disciplinary panel, because of allegations that he was a client of Dr. Walter F.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 9, 1992
A Los Angeles Police Department captain assigned to the Van Nuys Division has been charged with misconduct for allegedly obtaining anabolic steroids from a physician who is under federal indictment for illegally distributing the muscle-building drug. Capt. John P. Mutz, a 16-year veteran, is the fourth and highest-ranking Los Angeles officer to be ordered before a departmental disciplinary panel because of allegations that he was a client of Dr. Walter F.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 1992
A Los Angeles police captain who was accused of illegally using anabolic steroids has been cleared of wrongdoing, his attorney and a department spokesman said Wednesday. Capt. John P. Mutz, a 16-year veteran assigned to the Van Nuys Division, was found not guilty of two administrative charges--soliciting a doctor to commit a felony and improperly using anabolic steroids, said his attorney Barry Levin of Los Angeles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 27, 1995
The Wilshire division of the Los Angeles Police Department is the site of one of the most ambitious attempts in the city, perhaps the nation, to achieve a public-private partnership in community policing. The Koreatown-West Adams Public Safety Assn. has raised $400,000 to turn a boarded-up bank building into a police substation. The new goal is to raise $1.5 million more to pay for the substation's upkeep when it opens. The scope of this project demands special attention by the LAPD.
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March 8, 1995 | PAUL FELDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Los Angeles police Board of Rights panel Tuesday found Officer Douglas J. Iversen guilty of two counts of violating department policy in the fatal 1992 shooting of an unarmed tow truck driver at a Southwest Los Angeles gas station. The panel of three police captains immediately began a closed hearing on what discipline to recommend. Punishment for Iversen--a 15-year veteran who was twice unsuccessfully prosecuted on murder charges stemming from the incident--could include termination.
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November 15, 1995 | PETER Y. HONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You might call it Community-Paid Policing. Or Lean-Times Law. Residents, churches and businesses--nearly all of them Korean American--have put up $400,000 to turn a boarded-up former bank in the West Adams district into a police station. A grateful Los Angeles Police Department is preparing to house 30 officers there. That's just the start. The station's boosters say they will raise an additional $1.5 million to pay for the station's upkeep when it opens, perhaps next year.
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