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August 31, 2005 | Scott Collins
Fox sneaked into the fall TV season with high numbers for its new thriller "Prison Break" on Monday. The two-hour premiere, which included the hour-long pilot directed by "Rush Hour's" Brett Ratner, rounded up an average of 10.5 million viewers, giving Fox its most-watched summer Monday since 1998, according to early data from Nielsen Media Research.
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August 3, 2007 | Tami Abdollah, Times Staff Writer
Choking back tears, actor Lane Garrison on Thursday apologized to the family of a Beverly Hills High School student who was killed when Garrison crashed his sport utility vehicle into a tree while driving drunk. Garrison, who pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter in connection with the Dec. 2 accident, looked directly at the parents of 17-year-old Vahagn Setian as he spoke during his sentencing hearing.
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May 22, 2007 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
Actor Lane Garrison pleaded guilty Monday to several alcohol-related driving charges, including vehicular manslaughter, in connection with the death in December of a popular Beverly Hills High School student. The onetime star of the Fox television drama "Prison Break" could face up to six years and eight months behind bars after admitting responsibility for the accident in which 17-year-old Vahagn Setian was killed and two 15-year-old girls were seriously injured.
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May 22, 2007 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
Actor Lane Garrison pleaded guilty Monday to several alcohol-related driving charges, including vehicular manslaughter, in connection with the death in December of a popular Beverly Hills High School student. The onetime star of the Fox television drama "Prison Break" could face up to six years and eight months behind bars after admitting responsibility for the accident in which 17-year-old Vahagn Setian was killed and two 15-year-old girls were seriously injured.
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August 3, 2007 | Tami Abdollah, Times Staff Writer
Choking back tears, actor Lane Garrison on Thursday apologized to the family of a Beverly Hills High School student who was killed when Garrison crashed his sport utility vehicle into a tree while driving drunk. Garrison, who pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter in connection with the Dec. 2 accident, looked directly at the parents of 17-year-old Vahagn Setian as he spoke during his sentencing hearing.
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August 31, 2005 | Scott Collins
Fox sneaked into the fall TV season with high numbers for its new thriller "Prison Break" on Monday. The two-hour premiere, which included the hour-long pilot directed by "Rush Hour's" Brett Ratner, rounded up an average of 10.5 million viewers, giving Fox its most-watched summer Monday since 1998, according to early data from Nielsen Media Research.
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