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October 18, 1991 | TED JOHNSON
Developers are likely to drive along South Harbor Boulevard, astonished at all the new shopping centers and office buildings that have helped revitalize the area. Not Jose Zepeda. What caught his attention was the Allen Hotel, a dilapidated former flophouse just south of the Santa Fe Railway tracks. The building has been boarded up for nearly five years, and graffiti marks many of the walls.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 18, 1991 | TED JOHNSON
Developers are likely to drive along South Harbor Boulevard, astonished at all the new shopping centers and office buildings that have helped revitalize the area. Not Jose Zepeda. What caught his attention was the Allen Hotel, a dilapidated former flophouse just south of the Santa Fe Railway tracks. The building has been boarded up for nearly five years, and graffiti marks many of the walls.
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October 8, 1999 | ERIC VELAZQUEZ
Fullerton 45, El Modena 3--Fullerton's Ryan Murray and Daniel Olmos combined for 218 yards and five touchdowns for the host Indians. The Indians got on the board first on a 62-yard touchdown run by Murray with 4:34 to play in the first quarter. The score held at 6-0 until early in the second quarter when Olmos broke away for a 30-yard touchdown run to put Fullerton up 12-0.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 21, 1991 | TED JOHNSON
Three residents were honored last week by Placentia's Redevelopment Agency for their efforts in restoring historic structures in the city's old downtown area. The Golden Achievement Awards, given annually to residents or business owners who helped the redevelopment agency achieve its goals, recognized the three recipients for contributing to the redevelopment of Placita Santa Fe, an historic area of residential units, restaurants and retail stores.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1999
In response to a traffic accident that killed a pregnant woman and two of her children, Los Angeles officials plan to install flashing yellow traffic lights near the accident site in Boyle Heights. Councilman Nick Pacheco announced the safety measure at a meeting of about 300 residents and parents of children at Lorena Street Elementary School. The meeting focused on the concerns of residents after an Oct.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 1990
A Pacoima man shot and killed his roommate, possibly in self-defense, after the roommate stabbed him and another man Friday night during a quarrel in their Van Nuys Boulevard apartment, Los Angeles police said Saturday. A passer-by discovered the body of Jose Zepeda, 33, in a driveway in Pacoima about 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Sgt. John O'Neal said. The body was found about a block from the apartment in the 12500 block of Van Nuys Boulevard where Zepeda allegedly stabbed the two men about 10 p.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 15, 1991
A man and a woman were arrested by the FBI on Monday for allegedly attempting to bribe a Metropolitan Correctional Center employee to free a prisoner being held on drug charges. Agents arrested Juan Jose Zepeda, 23, and Christie Ann Bailey, 21, both of Anaheim, during a reputed payoff meeting with the jail employee and an undercover FBI agent. Zepeda and Bailey allegedly gave the jailer $70,000 in cash and a quantity of narcotics to free Roni Nadler, 47.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1991 | TED JOHNSON
The City Council will decide tonight whether to award a builder of low-income housing the contract to renovate the Allen Hotel, a dilapidated historic building that city officials have been trying to renovate for years. In September, a special city panel voted 3 to 2 to select Jose Zepeda of Anaheim Hills, a grocer and developer, to remodel and expand the structure.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 1999
A man whose pregnant wife and two young sons were killed when a car hit them last week in Boyle Heights was presented Friday with a check and other gifts from Hollenbeck Division police officers. Officers said they were so moved by the tragedy that they started a collection for the grieving father, Oscar Zepeda, and his two surviving sons, William, 12, and David, 4, who was injured in the accident.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 27, 2014 | By Paloma Esquivel
An alleged drug supplier went on trial in Orange County on Thursday  on charges that he killed a man he believed had stolen drugs from his dealers. Jose Felix Zepeda, 41, is charged with felony special circumstances murder during the commission of a robbery, felony kidnapping and felony conspiracy to commit a crime. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of life in state prison without parole. Zepeda has pleaded not guilty to all charges. Prosecutors say that in April 2012, Zepeda supplied three pounds of methamphetamine to two men who were supposed to sell the drugs to a buyer.
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October 2, 1987 | JOEL SAPPELL, Times Staff Writer
Ten years ago, a fragile young man named Juan Herrera decided that he had no choice but to make the hard journey from Guatemala to Los Angeles. He left behind a family in ruin, whose modest possessions had been destroyed by an earthquake that killed 20,000 people. His plan was to find work here and then to send money home to help his folks reclaim their lives and dreams from the rubble.
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