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January 19, 1988
Joseph Jimenez has agreed to step down as Tulare County's chief probation officer on March 1. It was the latest move in a series since the county's Superior Court judges announced in November that they were firing Jimenez, the first Latino to be appointed chief probation officer of a California county. But he remained on the job without explanation. However, he formally resigned Friday, effective March 1, county spokeswoman Rhonda Sjostrom said.
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August 19, 1992
Michael Anthony, an active volunteer in several Orange County organizations, died at home Tuesday afternoon of complications from AIDS. He was 28. Born in North Carolina, Anthony grew up in Missouri and moved to California in 1986. He worked as a sales representative for the design company Shears & Window, and last year enrolled in the paralegal certification program at the Southern California College of Business and Law.
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March 23, 1990 | LORI GRANGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 28-year-old man was sentenced to 14 years in prison this week after a jury convicted him of gunning down an armored car guard during a foiled robbery attempt in Glendale. After three days of deliberation in the second trial of Alfred Giordano, a Pasadena Superior Court jury found him guilty of attempted robbery and attempted murder in the Dec. 31, 1987, shooting that left security guard Howard White paralyzed.
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May 17, 1994 | DWAYNE BRAY
An Oxnard man pleaded guilty Monday to voluntary manslaughter for killing his ex-girlfriend's son on Christmas, and attorneys have recommended that he receive a six-year prison sentence. The plea by 32-year-old Jose Jimenez comes two weeks after a jury acquitted him of murder but deadlocked on a lesser charge of manslaughter. Prosecutors charged Jimenez with murder in the stabbing death of Isaias Guerrero Morales, 21. Guerrero was knifed in the yard of his family's Campbell Way home.
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March 22, 1990 | LORI GRANGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 28-year-old man was sentenced to 14 years in prison Tuesday after a jury convicted him of gunning down an armored car guard during a foiled robbery attempt in Glendale. After three days of deliberation in the second trial of Alfred Giordano, a Pasadena Superior Court jury found him guilty of attempted robbery and attempted murder in the Dec. 31, 1987, shooting that left security guard Howard White paralyzed.
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February 22, 1990 | LORI GRANGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The attorney for a man accused of shooting an armored car guard during a foiled robbery attempt has told jurors that he will prove his client's innocence by implicating another man as the gunman: the man's brother. In opening arguments in the Pasadena Superior Court trial of Alfred Giordano, attorney Robert Swanson said his client was visiting a girlfriend in Orange County on Dec. 31, 1987, when Howard White was shot with a machine gun in Glendale.
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March 1, 1990 | LORI GRANGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite complaining that she felt "nauseated" by a prosecutor's questions, the wife of a man accused of robbing and shooting an armored car guard reluctantly testified last week that her husband told her how he committed the crime. Kimberly Giordano, however, also retracted some of the incriminating testimony that she gave in the first trial of her husband, Alfred Giordano, and implied that she had been pressured and coerced by police investigators to testify against him.
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