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February 16, 1998 | VALERIE BURGHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A drunk man shouts as police handcuff him and lead him away from a house here. In the doorway, a woman with mascara streaked down her face and a 2-year-old boy balanced on her hip lets in three women. One, a plainclothes officer, has a badge and a gun. The other two are counselors, armed with teddy bears and crayons. "Look at what he did," says the woman, pointing to a broken computer. Clothes and boxes are strewn around the small room. "Is he gone? He's not coming back, is he?"
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February 16, 1998 | VALERIE BURGHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A drunk man shouts as police handcuff him and lead him away from a house here. In the doorway, a woman with mascara streaked down her face and a 2-year-old boy balanced on her hip lets in three women. One, a plainclothes officer, has a badge and a gun. The other two are counselors, armed with teddy bears and crayons. "Look at what he did," says the woman, pointing to a broken computer. Clothes and boxes are strewn around the small room. "Is he gone? He's not coming back, is he?"
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February 16, 1998 | VALERIE BURGHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a recent Sunday night, a drunken man shouts as police handcuff him and lead him away from a house in Van Nuys. In the doorway, a woman with mascara streaked down her face and a 2-year-old boy balanced on her hip lets in three women. One, a plainclothes officer, has a badge and a gun. The two others are counselors, armed with teddy bears and crayons. "Look at what he did," says the woman, pointing to a broken computer. Clothes and boxes are strewn around the small room. "Is he gone?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1998 | VALERIE BURGHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a recent Sunday night, a drunken man shouts as police handcuff him and lead him away from a house in Van Nuys. In the doorway, a woman with mascara streaked down her face and a 2-year-old boy balanced on her hip lets in three women. One, a plainclothes officer, has a badge and a gun. The two others are counselors, armed with teddy bears and crayons. "Look at what he did," says the woman, pointing to a broken computer. Clothes and boxes are strewn around the small room. "Is he gone?
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July 28, 1995 | FREDERICK M. MUIR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles County Grand Jury, in a yearlong study of how domestic violence is prosecuted and how its victims are aided, found that while great strides have been made in recent years, the response of police, prosecutors, judges and social service providers falls dramatically short of keeping up with the runaway problem.
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