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December 22, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A Rancho Cucamonga man was convicted Wednesday of 11 felony counts -- including two counts of murder -- in connection with crimes that included two teenagers being shot dead. A jury found that Lanny Woosley, 23, killed Rancho Cucamonga High School seniors Blake Harris, 18, and Christopher Heyman, 17, on a Foothill Freeway overpass on Jan. 18, 2004. His accomplice, Alexis Jimenez, died two days later in a shootout with Colton police.
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December 22, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A Rancho Cucamonga man was convicted Wednesday of 11 felony counts -- including two counts of murder -- in connection with crimes that included two teenagers being shot dead. A jury found that Lanny Woosley, 23, killed Rancho Cucamonga High School seniors Blake Harris, 18, and Christopher Heyman, 17, on a Foothill Freeway overpass on Jan. 18, 2004. His accomplice, Alexis Jimenez, died two days later in a shootout with Colton police.
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January 21, 2004 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
A Rancho Cucamonga High School student who was in a vehicle riddled by gunfire late Sunday night died Tuesday, the second student to die in the unsolved shooting. "This is incredibly devastating, obviously a principal's worst fear," said Matt Holton, the Rancho Cucamonga High School principal who told his students Tuesday that Blake Hudson Harris had died.
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January 21, 2004 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
A Rancho Cucamonga High School student who was in a vehicle riddled by gunfire late Sunday night died Tuesday, the second student to die in the unsolved shooting. "This is incredibly devastating, obviously a principal's worst fear," said Matt Holton, the Rancho Cucamonga High School principal who told his students Tuesday that Blake Hudson Harris had died.
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March 29, 1993 | Compiled for The Times by Erik Hamilton
It's obvious private school offers a better academic education. They are simply ahead of public school. I attended a private school for nine years and am now re-learning things in my junior year of high school that I learned in early (private) junior high school. There are fewer students per teacher at these schools and they have the financial means to supply a child with almost anything they may need. Social growth is also important.
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November 17, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
A San Bernardino County Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday there was sufficient cause to justify a double-murder trial for a 22-year-old man charged with the January slaying of two Rancho Cucamonga High School students. Lanny Woosley is charged with using a machine gun to kill seniors Blake Harris, 18, and Christopher Heyman, 17, atop the Haven Avenue overpass of the Foothill Freeway on Jan. 18. The charges make Woosley eligible for the death penalty if he is convicted.
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January 24, 2004 | Allison Hoffman, Times Staff Writer
A former Rancho Cucamonga High School coach on Friday was sentenced to a year in county jail for having sex with a 16-year-old girl who was one of her students. Stacy Lynn Behrmann, 32, accepted a plea bargain in November on three counts of sex crimes against a minor. She sat silently during the hearing in San Bernardino County Superior Court and did not look at friends and family members as she was led from the courtroom.
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February 6, 2013 | By Chris Foster
UCLA lost three senior starters from the defensive secondary, and it was not a unit that overly distinguished itself in 2012. Help is on the way. Defensive backs Tahaan Goodman and Johnny Johnson have signed letter of intents to play for the Bruins. GRAPHIC: UCLA recruits Goodman, a safety from Rancho Cucamonga High School, is ranked seventh at his position by Scout.com and ninth by Rivals.com. Johnson, a cornerback from Fresno Central High School, is ranked eighth at his position by Scout.com.
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January 30, 2004 | From a Times Staff Writer
Police said they believe a Rancho Cucamonga man was the triggerman in the Jan. 18 machine-gun slayings of two teenagers. Lanny Woosley will face two murder and one attempted murder counts when he is arraigned today in San Bernardino County Superior Court. Woosley, 21, claimed ownership of the machine gun, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.
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September 26, 2003 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
A San Bernardino County Superior Court judge ruled Thursday that there is sufficient evidence to try a 31-year-old Rancho Cucamonga High School teacher accused of committing felony sex acts against one of her 16-year-old students. Stacy Lynn Behrmann, a former teacher and girls' tennis coach, faces a possible five-year prison sentence if convicted.
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March 29, 1993 | Compiled for The Times by Erik Hamilton
It's obvious private school offers a better academic education. They are simply ahead of public school. I attended a private school for nine years and am now re-learning things in my junior year of high school that I learned in early (private) junior high school. There are fewer students per teacher at these schools and they have the financial means to supply a child with almost anything they may need. Social growth is also important.
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May 17, 2013 | By Joseph Serna and Hector Becerra
A 16-year-old boy was arrested Friday on suspicion of distributing nude photos of four teenage girls through Twitter, San Bernardino County sheriff's officials said. The boy, a student at Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga, was booked into juvenile hall on suspicion of distributing obscene matter depicting a minor engaging in or simulating sexual conduct. Sheriff's department officials said two of the girls in the photos sent him nude photos of themselves through text message.
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December 1, 2003 | Stephanie Chavez, Times Staff Writer
Tanya Vasquez recalls the school assembly four years ago that helped define her high school years. She remembers how the auditorium full of freshmen fell silent listening to speakers address sensitive, serious topics: physical abuse, date rape, sexual assault. And she hasn't forgotten the message. "They really touched me with their presentation," said Vasquez, 17, now a senior. "They made sure you knew that if something ever goes wrong, you will be able to get help."
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