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July 20, 1989 | TRACY WILKINSON and LOUIS SAHAGUN, Times Staff Writers
The man who burst through a Lorimar Studios gate and emptied a shotgun into a sound stage before taking his own life had gone to the Culver City lot to confront "Dallas" television star Ken Kercheval, his foil in a bitter dispute over a popcorn business, police said Wednesday. Edward P. Phillips, 43, formerly of Corydon, Ind.
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July 21, 1989 | LOUIS SAHAGUN, Times Staff Writer
A homemade straitjacket, plastic handcuffs and other evidence recovered near a rented truck lent credence to a police theory that the man who crashed through a Lorimar Studios gate and killed himself with a shotgun may have gone to the Culver City lot to take "Dallas" star Ken Kercheval hostage, police said Thursday. In an interview at his Hollywood Hills home, Kercheval--who had been accused by suicide victim Edward P.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 21, 1989 | LOUIS SAHAGUN, Times Staff Writer
A homemade straitjacket, plastic handcuffs and other evidence recovered near a rented truck lent credence to a police theory that the man who crashed through a Lorimar Studios gate and killed himself with a shotgun may have gone to the Culver City lot to take "Dallas" star Ken Kercheval hostage, police said Thursday. In an interview at his Hollywood Hills home, Kercheval--who had been accused by suicide victim Edward P.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1989 | TRACY WILKINSON and LOUIS SAHAGUN, Times Staff Writers
The man who burst through a Lorimar Studios gate and emptied a shotgun into a sound stage before taking his own life had gone to the Culver City lot to confront "Dallas" television star Ken Kercheval, his foil in a bitter dispute over a popcorn business, police said Wednesday. Edward P. Phillips, 43, formerly of Corydon, Ind.
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