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April 10, 1989 | JOHN H. LEE, Times Staff Writer
A psychiatric social worker was stabbed five times by the mental patient she was counseling in a Santa Monica board and care center Sunday morning, authorities said. Shirley Ann Sauerwein, 44, was discussing a "minor arrest matter" with the male patient, whom she had been counseling regularly for about a year and a half, when the man locked the door, pulled out a knife and said, repeatedly, "I'm going to kill you, I'll kill you," she recalled from her hospital bed, where she was in satisfactory condition Sunday evening.
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April 10, 1989 | JOHN H. LEE, Times Staff Writer
A psychiatric social worker was stabbed five times by the mental patient she was counseling in a Santa Monica board and care center Sunday morning, authorities said. Shirley Ann Sauerwein, 44, was discussing a "minor arrest matter" with the male patient, whom she had been counseling regularly for about a year and a half, when the man locked the door, pulled out a knife and said, repeatedly, "I'm going to kill you, I'll kill you," she recalled from her hospital bed, where she was in satisfactory condition Sunday evening.
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June 30, 1989 | From Associated Press
A mental patient was sentenced to nine years in prison Thursday for the April stabbing of a social worker at a psychiatric rehabilitation center in Santa Monica. Larry Anthony Taylor, 27, pleaded guilty to second-degree attempted murder in the attack on Shirley Ann Sauerwein at a board-and-care facility. Taylor, who could have been given life if convicted of first-degree attempted murder, entered the reduced plea with the understanding that Superior Court Judge Robert Altman would give him the sentence he received, said Deputy Dist.
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April 11, 1989 | RONALD L. SOBLE, Times Staff Writer
Santa Monica, an oceanfront community that has been attracting economic extremes--the affluent and the down and out--has suffered two more incidents of violence committed by drifters. A mental health professional was stabbed by a transient on Sunday and, hours later, a transient strolled up behind a homeless person sitting on a bench in the city's Palisades Park and clubbed him with a steel rod. Both victims survived the unrelated attacks, which followed by less than two months the fatal stabbing of a psychiatric social worker by a transient in the beach city.
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