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May 8, 1992 | LOUIS SAHAGUN and KENNETH J. GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Before the riots or after, life hasn't changed much for some Los Angeles homicide detectives. Another round of random gunshots, another innocent victim. On Thursday, 9-year-old Ramon Sanchez died after he was struck in the head by a stray bullet fired near his parents' home in Watts. Police don't know who fired the shots or why. They only have a few grim details and a lot of questions.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 1992 | LOUIS SAHAGUN and KENNETH J. GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Before the riots or after, life hasn't changed much for some Los Angeles homicide detectives. Another round of random gunshots, another innocent victim. On Thursday, 9-year-old Ramon Sanchez died after he was struck in the head by a stray bullet fired near his parents' home in Watts. Police don't know who fired the shots or why. They only have a few grim details and a lot of questions.
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NEWS
October 22, 1989 | Reuters
Firefighters brought under control a blaze which broke out overnight at a nuclear power plant in eastern Spain, local officials said Friday. The fire at the Vandellos plant near Tarragona affected only the electrical part of the station, Gov. Ramon Sanchez Ramon said, adding that the nuclear station was automatically turned off.
NEWS
September 12, 1986
New economic sanctions ordered against Cuba in August by the Reagan Administration have had almost no effect because Havana trades almost exclusively with other Communist nations, according to Ramon Sanchez Parodi, head of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington. "Everything that we need and every country with whom we can trade will trade with us," Sanchez Parodi said in a breakfast interview at The Times' Washington Bureau.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 22, 1992 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
A Friend in Need: Pop idol Michael Jackson has paid for the burial of a 9-year-old Los Angeles boy who was killed in a drive-by shooting earlier this month, it was revealed Thursday. Jackson was moved to help after reading that the parents of Ramon Sanchez Jr. were seeking help to properly bury their son who was mortally wounded when a stray bullet pierced the kitchen window of the family apartment in Watts. Ramon was struck in the head as he drank a glass of milk.
NEWS
July 30, 1986 | United Press International
Police Chief Ramon Mota Sanchez has resigned for "personal reasons" after more than three years at his post, the official news agency Notimex reported Tuesday. Mota Sanchez, a career military officer, had implemented an extensive program to clean up the ranks and end corruption. His predecessor, Arturo Durazo, is imprisoned on charges of extortion and illegal arms possession.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 2, 2007 | From Times Staff Reports
A passenger in a sport utility vehicle was killed in an early morning traffic accident, authorities said. Cesar Ramon Sanchez, 21, died at Western Medical Center-Santa Ana following the 1:22 a.m. accident on the transition from the eastbound Riverside Freeway to the southbound Costa Mesa Freeway, a CHP dispatcher said. The vehicle's 24-year-old driver was taken to a hospital with moderate injuries.
NEWS
April 9, 1990
Operation of Cuba's first nuclear reactor, being built at a site about 230 miles south of Miami, has been delayed two to three years, Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Ramon Sanchez Parodi said. With the help of the Soviet Union, Cuba is building Juragua I and II, both 440-megawatt nuclear reactors, near the port of Cienfuegos in southern Cuba. Testing of the first reactor, originally scheduled for the end of the 1980s, has now been postponed until the end of 1992 at the earliest.
NATIONAL
January 19, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
A Cuban activist, Ramon Saul Sanchez, ended an 11-day hunger strike in Miami after White House officials agreed to listen to concerns about the repatriation of Cubans, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. Sanchez had been protesting the treatment of 15 Cubans who made it to an abandoned bridge in the Florida Keys but were denied entry into the U.S.
SPORTS
November 14, 2003 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Two stakes races for paints are the main events on tonight's card. Cha Cha Chickie, a 3-year-old Easy Jet Too filly who has won eight of 11, heads the field in the $23,300 Starburst Derby, and 10 2-year-olds will get together in the $49,450 Starburst Futurity. Owned by Robin Moraga and trainer Connie Hall, Cha Cha Chickie has not been worse than second in her career and will go over $100,000 in career earnings with a finish in the top two. Ramon Sanchez will ride the California-bred.
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