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July 22, 1993 | TERRY SPENCER and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
City Manager James D. Ruth explained Wednesday that he ordered Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy to stop taking money for his work as a security consultant for the Rams to "eliminate the possibility" of a conflict of interest, not because the chief did anything wrong. Molloy is a "hard-working" police chief, Ruth said, and described the time the chief spent with the National Football League team as "inconsequential."
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July 31, 1993 | TERRY SPENCER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Anaheim Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy was eulogized Friday as a dedicated police officer, devoted father and tenacious athlete during funeral services attended by more than 2,000 people at the Crystal Cathedral. Orange County Sheriff Brad Gates, Los Angeles County Sheriff Sherman Block and several hundred police officers from as far away as Sacramento crowded into the church to honor Molloy, 54, who died of a heart attack in his office Tuesday as he prepared for his customary morning jog.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 31, 1993 | TERRY SPENCER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Anaheim Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy was eulogized Friday as a dedicated police officer, devoted father and tenacious athlete during funeral services attended by more than 2,000 people at the Crystal Cathedral. Orange County Sheriff Brad Gates, Los Angeles County Sheriff Sherman Block and several hundred police officers from as far away as Sacramento crowded into the church to honor Molloy, 54, who died of a heart attack in his office Tuesday as he prepared for his customary morning jog.
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July 28, 1993 | MATT LAIT and TERRY SPENCER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy, a fitness buff who ran marathons and participated in triathlons, died Tuesday of a heart attack as he prepared for his morning jog. Molloy, 54, was found by his secretary on the floor of a personal locker room next to his police station office shortly after 8 a.m., authorities said. He apparently had been dead for some time.
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July 21, 1993 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy will be allowed to continue his controversial moonlighting arrangement as security consultant for the Los Angeles Rams, according to a memo from the city manager released Tuesday. After a seven-month review of the chief's employment with the Rams, City Manager James D. Ruth agreed to allow Molloy to work for the team provided that he accept no payment for his services, not stand on the sidelines during games, not travel to away games and work only on his own time.
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July 28, 1993 | MATT LAIT and TERRY SPENCER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy, a fitness buff who ran marathons and participated in triathlons, died Tuesday of a heart attack as he prepared for his morning jog. Molloy, 54, was found by his secretary on the floor of a personal locker room next to his police station office shortly after 8 a.m., authorities said. He apparently had been dead for some time.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 23, 1992 | KEVIN JOHNSON and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy, whose outside job with the Los Angeles Rams is the subject of an internal city inquiry, said Tuesday he may leave his position as the team's security consultant. The chief said he still has not decided whether he would remain with the team in its final game of the season scheduled Sunday at Anaheim Stadium.
NEWS
June 12, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
A task force of local and federal authorities has seized more than $150 million worth of cocaine and made 25 arrests, ending two long-running narcotics investigations, Anaheim Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy said Thursday. The investigations centered on "stash houses" in upscale neighborhoods in Valencia, Moreno Valley and northern Orange County where traffickers used private homes as distribution centers for street sales in Las Vegas and Chicago.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1993
Anaheim officials are advising drivers to avoid the northbound Orange Freeway from about noon to 1 p.m. today because of the funeral procession of Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy. The procession of hundreds of police cars from throughout the state will begin at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, where funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. At the conclusion of the service, the procession will leave the church onto Chapman Avenue, where it will proceed east to enter the freeway.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 22, 1993 | TERRY SPENCER and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
City Manager James D. Ruth explained Wednesday that he ordered Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy to stop taking money for his work as a security consultant for the Rams to "eliminate the possibility" of a conflict of interest, not because the chief did anything wrong. Molloy is a "hard-working" police chief, Ruth said, and described the time the chief spent with the National Football League team as "inconsequential."
NEWS
July 21, 1993 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy will be allowed to continue his controversial moonlighting arrangement as security consultant for the Los Angeles Rams, according to a memo from the city manager released Tuesday. After a seven-month review of the chief's employment with the Rams, City Manager James D. Ruth agreed to allow Molloy to work for the team provided that he accept no payment for his services, not stand on the sidelines during games, not travel to away games and work only on his own time.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 23, 1992 | KEVIN JOHNSON and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Police Chief Joseph T. Molloy, whose outside job with the Los Angeles Rams is the subject of an internal city inquiry, said Tuesday he may leave his position as the team's security consultant. The chief said he still has not decided whether he would remain with the team in its final game of the season scheduled Sunday at Anaheim Stadium.
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May 12, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Capping a six-month investigation, Anaheim police said Friday that they caught an Orange County traffic judge in a sting operation and arrested him on suspicion of cocaine possession. Police said they received a tip earlier this year that Municipal Court Commissioner Robert K. Tuller Jr., 46, allegedly used cocaine on a "regular basis." That information prompted an investigation by the Anaheim police, the district attorney's office and state Bureau of Narcotics Enforcement.
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