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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1992
A Los Angeles man pleaded no contest Monday to charges of assaulting three people at the intersection of Florence and Normandie avenues, where violence erupted after verdicts were announced in April in the Rodney G. King beating trial. Lewis Curl Foster, 40, entered the plea Monday morning to three counts of assault during his arraignment in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
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December 27, 1992 | JIM NEWTON and JOHN L. MITCHELL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
To many who watched Reginald O. Denny dragged from his truck and beaten nearly to death during the Los Angeles riots, it is difficult to fathom the depth of support for the men accused of the brutal crime--or that there is talk of more unrest should the black defendants be convicted.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 27, 1992
Two men were ordered Monday to stand trial on charges that they beat and robbed a motorist and attacked his two passengers on the first night of the riots. After a four-hour preliminary hearing, Los Angeles Municipal Judge Larry Fidler decided that there was enough evidence to hold Anthony Lamar Brown and Lewis Curl Foster to answer to charges stemming from attacks that took place at Florence and Normandie avenues on April 29.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1992
A Los Angeles man pleaded no contest Monday to charges of assaulting three people at the intersection of Florence and Normandie avenues, where violence erupted after verdicts were announced in April in the Rodney G. King beating trial. Lewis Curl Foster, 40, entered the plea Monday morning to three counts of assault during his arraignment in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
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December 27, 1992 | JIM NEWTON and JOHN L. MITCHELL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
To many who watched Reginald O. Denny dragged from his truck and beaten nearly to death during the Los Angeles riots, it is difficult to fathom the depth of support for the men accused of the brutal crime--or that there is talk of more unrest should the black defendants be convicted.
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July 28, 1993 | ASHLEY DUNN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the parking lot of Deryl's Hand Car Wash near the intersection of Florence and Normandie avenues, 21-year-old Lamont Robinson has no idea that the case that once riveted his neighborhood is finally going to trial. He was there that April day a year and a half ago when the block went up in flames. He saw the truck belonging to Reginald O. Denny stopped in the street, its door open and its driver gone.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1992 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The man charged with firing a shotgun at the gas tank of Reginald O. Denny's sand-and-gravel truck was arrested two years ago with a similar weapon and again two months ago with a stolen handgun, according to a declaration filed Tuesday by prosecutors. Lance Jerome Parker, 26, was arraigned in Municipal Court Tuesday and charged with assault with a firearm and attempted arson for firing at the gas tank of Denny's truck.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 27, 1992
Two men were ordered Monday to stand trial on charges that they beat and robbed a motorist and attacked his two passengers on the first night of the riots. After a four-hour preliminary hearing, Los Angeles Municipal Judge Larry Fidler decided that there was enough evidence to hold Anthony Lamar Brown and Lewis Curl Foster to answer to charges stemming from attacks that took place at Florence and Normandie avenues on April 29.
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