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October 26, 2003
A temporary driver for Albertsons was arrested for allegedly selling meat from a truck downtown. Your Oct. 23 story states that he was booked for embezzlement, grand theft and burglary. I'm no prosecutor, but shouldn't the driver also be charged with chop-lifting? Steve Danning Woodland Hills
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 11, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
A 39-year-old Costa Mesa man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of the robberies of six local businesses since July 1, police said. Chester Vincent Cecere was arrested about 2:30 p.m. after police said they spotted suspected fraudulent license-plate tags on his car, Sgt. Bob Ciszek said. Police said they recovered a replica handgun and an undisclosed amount of cash. Cecere was being held on $50,000 bond.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 4, 2008 | From the Associated Press
New duo Dailey & Vincent dominated the International Bluegrass Music Assn. awards, winning entertainer of the year, album of the year, vocal group, emerging artist and gospel recorded performance. Darrin Vincent, a member of Ricky Skaggs' Kentucky Thunder before striking out on his own last year with Jamie Dailey, a former member of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, were the leading nominees with 10 heading into Thursday's ceremonies in Nashville. Dale Ann Bradley won for female vocalist in a tough field that included perennial favorites Alison Krauss and Rhonda Vincent.
NEWS
November 12, 1995 | Associated Press
A woman robbing a suburban doughnut shop pretended to be a waitress when a customer came to the drive-up window. Trouble was, she bungled the order--and the customer was a cop. Cheltenham Township Police Sgt. Michael Regan wanted a large coffee with cream and sugar. The woman at the suburban Dunkin' Donuts had an unfamiliar face, and she delivered a medium black with the cup only half full. He parked in a remote corner, watched and waited.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 3, 2011
The huge Michael Jackson portrait that Sunland artist Seaton Brown created from 1,680 empty soda cans, calling it "A Tribute to the King of Pop," has reached its logical destination. Brown said he recently sold the 144-square-foot work to Ripley Entertainment, which operates a chain of 31 Ripley's Believe It or Not! museums in 10 countries, including the one in Hollywood. Brown said the work fetched a not-quite-kingly $7,500 — enough, however, to cover the $1,000 he spent on raw materials (including about $600 worth of soda pop that he poured down the drain)
NEWS
August 18, 1993 | From Times Wire Services
A Salvadoran man was arraigned Tuesday after a $1-million scanning device being tried out at San Francisco International Airport found guns and ammunition hidden in his boombox, authorities said. Miguel Gallegos, 40, was arrested by airport police after his luggage passed through a thermal neutron analysis unit, airport spokesman Ron Wilson said. The unit detects nitrogen emissions from explosives when luggage is passed through a cloud of neutrons, Wilson said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 13, 1993
A suspected serial bank robber, dubbed "Mr. Pleats" by the FBI because of his stylish slacks, was arrested Friday morning in connection with two Orange County holdups, authorities said. FBI agents apprehended Robert Writh Peterson, 33, at his Santa Ana home and booked him on suspicion of robbing a Union Bank in Irvine on Feb. 26 and a Bank of America in Santa Ana on Jan. 25. Federal agents said Peterson is a major suspect in at least 15 other bank robberies committed since Nov.
SPORTS
September 25, 2000 | From Associated Press
For one game, at least, Donovan McNabb proved he was the right pick for the Philadelphia Eagles. McNabb passed for a career-high 222 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Eagles to a 21-7 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. McNabb did it against the NFL's top-rated pass defense and in front of running back Ricky Williams, whom many Eagles fans wanted instead of McNabb in the 1999 draft. "I never had a problem with losing my confidence," said McNabb, the No.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 7, 1998 | CLAIRE VITUCCI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The sinister world of child exploitation can be tough to crack. Especially when the culprits lurk in cyberspace. There they don't have to use their real names or their real ages, but instead, draw on their adult sophistication to lure adolescent Internet users out of chat rooms and into their sexual fantasies.
BUSINESS
August 31, 1997
NAB Asset Corp. said Friday that its majority owned subsidiary, Mortgage Portfolio Services Inc., has completed a previously announced purchase of Pacific American Mortgage Co. Terms were not released. Pacific American is a retail mortgage origination unit of Pacific Southwest Bank in Corpus Christi, Texas. NAB also announced that its negotiations to acquire Nationwide Cos. have been terminated.
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