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September 18, 1989 | DAVID FREED, Times Staff Writer
Thirty seconds to air time, and Miss America 1983, Debra Sue Maffett, is bleary. It is, after all, 5:29 a.m. But out there in television land, Maffett knows, viewers already are waiting. "Camera two, a two-shot with music," the director orders as Maffett stifles a last yawn, "and fade up." It looks like ABC's "Good Morning America" or NBC's "Today" show. This, however, is LETN--the Law Enforcement Television Network. And for the next hour, this is "Roll Call."
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September 18, 1989 | DAVID FREED, Times Staff Writer
Thirty seconds to air time, and Miss America 1983, Debra Sue Maffett, is bleary. It is, after all, 5:29 a.m. But out there in television land, Maffett knows, viewers already are waiting. "Camera two, a two-shot with music," the director orders as Maffett stifles a last yawn, "and fade up." It looks like ABC's "Good Morning America" or NBC's "Today" show. This, however, is LETN--the Law Enforcement Television Network. And for the next hour, this is "Roll Call."
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May 22, 1991 | H.G. REZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The County Board of Supervisors Tuesday gave preliminary approval to closing down the men's jails at El Cajon and Las Colinas and transferring the inmates and staff to the East Mesa Jail by Jan. 1. Supervisors acted on the recommendation of Sheriff Jim Roache, who said the transfer of 251 inmates from the El Cajon Jail and 600 prisoners from the Las Colinas Jail to East Mesa could be done without any hitches.
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