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September 10, 1992 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A long-running and racially tinged feud in a Mid-City community has spilled into the Los Angeles Police Department, prompting an internal investigation of allegations that an officer and his superiors have shown favoritism toward black Muslims accused of violence and threats against their Latino neighbors. The central figure in the inquiry, Wilshire Division Officer Cartez C.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1992 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A long-running and racially tinged feud in a Mid-City community has spilled into the Los Angeles Police Department, prompting an internal investigation of allegations that an officer and his superiors have shown favoritism toward black Muslims accused of violence and threats against their Latino neighbors. The central figure in the inquiry, Wilshire Division Officer Cartez C.
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August 6, 2002
Two Oxnard gang members have been charged in last month's shooting death of Eric Robles, 18, of Camarillo and the wounding of two of his friends. Heriberto Arevalo and Jose Centeno, both 18, whom police identified as known gang members, were charged with murder, shooting at an occupied vehicle and assault with an automatic weapon. There also is a special allegation that the crimes were committed to benefit a street gang. They are scheduled to be arraigned Aug. 20 and remain jailed in lieu of $1.
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November 7, 2003 | Tracy Wilson, Times Staff Writer
A Ventura County judge Thursday ordered two Oxnard gang members to serve more than 100 years each in state prison for killing one teenager and wounding two others in a drive-by shooting in Camarillo last year. Jose Centeno and Heriberto Arevalo, both 19, were convicted of first-degree murder earlier this year for the July 6, 2002, slaying of Eric Robles, 18, of Oxnard.
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July 9, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
After deliberating one day, a Ventura County jury convicted two Oxnard gang members this week in the drive-by shooting death of another teen and the wounding of two others in Camarillo last summer. Jose Centeno and Heriberto Arevalo, both 19, were convicted Monday of first-degree murder in connection with the July 6, 2002, slaying of Eric Robles, 18, of Oxnard. The defendants were also convicted of two counts of attempted murder for shooting Julio Espinoza and Miguel Rocha, said Deputy Dist.
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July 8, 2002 | TIMOTHY HUGHES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A shooting on a Camarillo street left one man dead, two of his friends hospitalized with multiple gunshot wounds and four Oxnard men behind bars, sheriff's officials said Sunday. Eric Robles, 18, of Oxnard was pronounced dead at the scene from a gunshot wound in the chest at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in the 100 block of Raemere Street, said Craig Stevens, senior deputy medical examiner. It was the 12th homicide in Ventura County this year.
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May 21, 2010 | Eric Sondheimer
Taijuan Walker is a 6-foot-5 senior who averaged 21 points a game for the Yucaipa basketball team, which makes what he has done as a pitcher this spring even more impressive. Still learning but loaded with the kind of raw talent that professional scouts dream about, Walker came through Friday with the biggest performance of his blossoming baseball career, throwing a two-hitter to eliminate No. 2-seeded Encino Crespi, 3-1, in a first-round Southern Section Division 2 playoff game at Los Angeles Valley College.
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