CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1990
A burger-stand manager, stabbed several times in the chest and abdomen by a robber, drove more than two miles to a service station to summon help early Saturday, police said. Gary Alonzo, 43, of Culver City, was reported in stable condition at Western Medical Center-Santa Ana after emergency surgery to stop internal bleeding, police said. According to officers, Alonzo, night manager at Bebop Burgers on Barranca Parkway, had driven to a bank branch at 2:40 a.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 21, 1993 |
A gunman police believe may have killed a pizza parlor manager last week robbed a TJ Maxx clothing store at Winnetka Avenue and Sherman Way, police said Wednesday. The gunmen entered the store about 5 p.m. Tuesday, fired one shot into the ceiling, then pointed his handgun at a clerk and demanded money, said Detective Bob Johansen. After getting it, he fled.
June 17, 1989
Washington State running back Steve Broussard was charged with fourth-degree assault for allegedly punching the manager of a Pullman, Wash., supermarket who had ordered Broussard and a former teammate to leave the store. Pullman police cited Broussard, and misdemeanor charges were filed with the Whitman County prosecutor's office. Broussard, who will be a senior in the fall, led the Pacific 10 Conference in rushing last season with 1,280 yards. Police reports said Broussard and Mike Wimberly walked into the supermarket early last Sunday and began eating some items in the delicatessen without paying.
May 15, 2009 |
"Management" is a mellow slow dance of a romantic comedy that skips the "meet-cute" in favor of "awkward encounter" -- a bottle of bad wine and a modest motel room where absolutely nothing sexy or romantic happens, which turns out to be strangely appealing.
September 7, 2012 |
A New York police officer, responding to reports of a robbery at a neighborhood food store, accidentally killed an unarmed worker fleeing the robbery, police said Friday. The shooting in the Bronx was the latest involving a New York officer and civilians. Late last month, two police officers wounded nine bystanders while apprehending a gunman who had killed a former co-worker near the Empire State Building in Manhattan. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly called the Bronx shooting a tragic accident.
January 20, 1986 |
Believing he was about to be killed by a woman bandit, the night manager of a Hollywood Jack-in-the-Box restaurant disarmed her with a perfect "rear gun take away" early today, then literally slammed her into the cooler. Police said the manager, Nageed Halaka, 23, wrested the gun away from suspect Carla McClain, 22, then pushed her ahead of him into the walk-in refrigerator and slammed the heavy door behind them both during the 7 a.m. robbery attempt.