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May 23, 1991 | JANET RAE-DUPREE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Torrance Police Chief Donald Nash, who recently underwent an operation to clear a blocked artery, may not return to work before his scheduled February retirement. City officials said last week that Nash, 66, had begun negotiating a possible earlier retirement even before he was admitted to Little Company of Mary Hospital because of chest pains. City officials noted that even before he was stricken, Nash had talked with City Manager LeRoy Jackson about stepping down early.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 23, 1991 | JANET RAE-DUPREE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Torrance Police Chief Donald Nash, who recently underwent an operation to clear a blocked artery, may not return to work before his scheduled February retirement. City officials said last week that Nash, 66, had begun negotiating a possible earlier retirement even before he was admitted to Little Company of Mary Hospital because of chest pains. City officials noted that even before he was stricken, Nash had talked with City Manager LeRoy Jackson about stepping down early.
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August 7, 1988
Fortuna Police Chief James Dawson was only doing his job when he took in about 40 rowdy, hard-drinking rodeo cowboys and their fans for disturbing the peace, according to his supporters. But the recent crackdown on visitors to the the town's money-making annual rodeo celebration cost Dawson his job. The mayor accused Dawson of "polarizing" the Northern California community of 9,000 with his "style of law enforcement."
NEWS
August 7, 1988
Fortuna Police Chief James Dawson was only doing his job when he took in about 40 rowdy, hard-drinking rodeo cowboys and their fans for disturbing the peace, according to his supporters. But the recent crackdown on visitors to the the town's money-making annual rodeo celebration cost Dawson his job. The mayor accused Dawson of "polarizing" the Northern California community of 9,000 with his "style of law enforcement."
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