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August 17, 1997 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Doggone it. The dognapper's in jail, but the dog's still gone. That's the way it seems as Lawndale resident Edie Warwick settles in for a five-month jail sentence--two years after being convicted of theft in the disappearance of a neighbor's furry black mutt. Still missing is Cassie, the 5-year-old chow mix that triggered the neighborhood dispute in 1994 when she wandered out of her owner's yard and ended up at Warwick's house.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 17, 1997 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Doggone it. The dognapper's in jail, but the dog's still gone. That's the way it seems as Lawndale resident Edie Warwick settles in for a five-month jail sentence--two years after being convicted of theft in the disappearance of a neighbor's furry black mutt. Still missing is Cassie, the 5-year-old chow mix that triggered the neighborhood dispute in 1994 when she wandered out of her owner's yard and ended up at Warwick's house.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 5, 1987
The Lawndale City Council has asked City Manager Paul Philips to resign, principally because of his management of the city's Planning Department and Neighborhood Watch program, Mayor Sarann Kruse announced Friday. The council has held four closed sessions on Philips' performance as city manager. Another closed meeting is scheduled for Thursday, when the council is expected to review a severance agreement with Philips, who earns $60,000 a year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 1995
To all those critics who say the jury system has gone to the dogs, consider this: A South Bay jury deliberated for several hours Monday before finding Edie Warwick guilty of theft in connection with the disappearance of Cassie, a Lawndale family's black-and-white mutt. Warwick, 42, a former Lawndale planning commissioner, was sentenced Tuesday to six months in County Jail and three years of probation and fined $500 for the misdemeanor crime.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 1995
To all those critics who say the jury system has gone to the dogs, consider this: A South Bay jury deliberated for several hours Monday before finding Edie Warwick guilty of theft in connection with the disappearance of Cassie, a Lawndale family's black-and-white mutt. Warwick, 42, a former Lawndale planning commissioner, was sentenced Tuesday to six months in County Jail and three years of probation and fined $500 for the misdemeanor crime.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 5, 1987
The Lawndale City Council has asked City Manager Paul Philips to resign, principally because of his management of the city's Planning Department and Neighborhood Watch program, Mayor Sarann Kruse announced Friday. The council has held four closed sessions on Philips' performance as city manager. Another closed meeting is scheduled for Thursday, when the council is expected to review a severance agreement with Philips, who earns $60,000 a year.
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