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July 6, 1987
A Los Angeles Raiders defensive back was arrested outside his Woodland Hills apartment Sunday evening on suspicion of battery on a peace officer and violation of the leash law after an altercation with an animal-regulation officer, authorities said. Odis McKinney, 30, may also be charged with retaking property taken by a peace officer, Los Angeles police officer Al Longobardi said.
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May 26, 1995 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the National Football League to the Marmonte League. That's the turn Odis McKinney's coaching career has taken. The former Raider defensive back and assistant coach has taken a non-paying position as an assistant at Westlake High. "I've always wanted to work with kids," McKinney said. "Pro football is such a business. The last couple of years were no fun." McKinney joined the Warriors' staff last Thursday for the beginning of spring football practice.
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SPORTS
October 9, 1985
Defensive back Odis McKinney, an eight-year National Football League veteran, has been waived by the Kansas City Chiefs. The former Raider had appeared in all five regular-season games.
SPORTS
May 26, 1995 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the National Football League to the Marmonte League. That's the turn Odis McKinney's coaching career has taken. The former Raider defensive back and assistant coach has taken a non-paying position as an assistant at Westlake High. "I've always wanted to work with kids," McKinney said. "Pro football is such a business. The last couple of years were no fun." McKinney joined the Warriors' staff last Thursday for the beginning of spring football practice.
SPORTS
July 7, 1987
Raider defensive back Odis McKinney was arrested Sunday after he allegedly attacked an animal regulation officer who tried to cite him for walking his dog without a leash, police said. McKinney, 30, was arrested and booked for battery on a peace officer, a misdemeanor, after the confrontation at Warner Ranch Park across the street from his home in Woodland Hills, said Officer Al Longobardi of the West Valley Division.
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December 22, 1985 | RICH TOSCHES, Times Staff Writer
The pass left the hand of Raider quarterback Marc Wilson in much the same way that a drunk leaves a bar. It wobbled. It tumbled end over end. It looked as though it might be sick at any moment. If a perfectly thrown spiral is known as a bullet, this was a slug. But Odis McKinney, a veteran Raider, was the first to notice the erratic flight of the football and he went after it. He glanced up field and saw nothing between himself and the end zone 60 yards away.
SPORTS
October 30, 1985 | MARK HEISLER
The Raiders came out of Monday night's game with one injury, Vann McElroy's hamstring pull that forced the free safety out of action in the third quarter. Coach Tom Flores said Tuesday that he was leaning toward listing McElroy as "questionable" for Sunday's game at Seattle. Stacey Toran and the newly reacquired Odis McKinney will get ready to take over if McElroy can't play.
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August 28, 1987 | MARK HEISLER
Are you sure the Raider search for the next Ray Guy isn't leading to . . . The last Ray Guy? Guy has retired, but the Raiders Thursday, paring their roster, put him on the did-not-report-to-camp list. Why that one rather than the retired list? "It's an easier list to get guys back on the squad, if you want to," Coach Tom Flores said. Have the Raiders thought of bringing Guy back? "Not right now," Flores said. "Not at this point." But perhaps sometime? "You never know," Flores said.
SPORTS
July 7, 1987
Raider defensive back Odis McKinney was arrested Sunday after he allegedly attacked an animal regulation officer who tried to cite him for walking his dog without a leash, police said. McKinney, 30, was arrested and booked for battery on a peace officer, a misdemeanor, after the confrontation at Warner Ranch Park across the street from his home in Woodland Hills, said Officer Al Longobardi of the West Valley Division.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1987
A Los Angeles Raiders defensive back was arrested outside his Woodland Hills apartment Sunday evening on suspicion of battery on a peace officer and violation of the leash law after an altercation with an animal-regulation officer, authorities said. Odis McKinney, 30, may also be charged with retaking property taken by a peace officer, Los Angeles police officer Al Longobardi said.
SPORTS
December 22, 1985 | RICH TOSCHES, Times Staff Writer
The pass left the hand of Raider quarterback Marc Wilson in much the same way that a drunk leaves a bar. It wobbled. It tumbled end over end. It looked as though it might be sick at any moment. If a perfectly thrown spiral is known as a bullet, this was a slug. But Odis McKinney, a veteran Raider, was the first to notice the erratic flight of the football and he went after it. He glanced up field and saw nothing between himself and the end zone 60 yards away.
SPORTS
October 9, 1985
Defensive back Odis McKinney, an eight-year National Football League veteran, has been waived by the Kansas City Chiefs. The former Raider had appeared in all five regular-season games.
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August 28, 1987 | Weekend Digest was compiled by Steve Elling
Christen Wallner, 18, of Westlake Village won a bronze medal at the American Continental Young Riders Championships in South Hamilton, Mass., this week. Three athletes from the Valley area were medalists in the International Summer Special Olympic Games at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind., this month. Kristine Johnson of Woodland Hills won a gold medal in gymnastics. Sherwin Barrack of Mission Hills won two gold medals in bowling.
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