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October 7, 2003 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
Authorities said Monday that they suspect that the body of a young woman found buried in a shallow grave near a Redlands citrus grove is that of Kelly Laurel Bullwinkle, the 18-year-old college student who disappeared after work three weeks ago. The decomposed body was found Saturday afternoon by two paint-ball players a few miles from Bullwinkle's apartment, and San Bernardino County coroner's officials said they expect to identify the body today. Bullwinkle was last seen the afternoon of Sept.
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October 19, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The San Bernardino County district attorney's office has launched an investigation into the operations of the city treasurer's office at the request of the chief of police, it was announced Thursday. Carl Baker, a spokesman for Redlands and its Police Department, declined to comment "because of the personnel issues involved" except to say that the city was cooperating fully with the investigation.
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April 29, 2004 | Hugo Martin, Times Staff Writer
For nearly 40 years, a shimmering cross hovering over a church steeple has been emblazoned on the city seal of Redlands, a former citrus town just south of the San Bernardino Mountains. But as of Friday, the cross will disappear from logos on every city vehicle, firetruck and library door -- even police badges. In response to a threatened lawsuit by the ACLU, the city is removing the cross and designing a new logo that will be free of religious symbols.
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June 20, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
San Bernardino County Superior Court announced its Redlands District Courthouse will be closed for up to a month because a broken pipe flooded a portion of the building with sewage. The sewage emerged through a janitor's closet and interior walls will have to be replaced, said Presiding Judge Larry W. Allen. In the meantime, documents filed in the Redlands district should be taken to the San Bernardino Courthouse.
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June 3, 2006 | Ashley Powers and Richard Simon, Times Staff Writers
A federal grand jury conducting a criminal investigation has subpoenaed San Bernardino County records related to a Washington lobbying firm with close ties to Rep. Jerry Lewis, chairman of the powerful House Appropriations Committee, according to federal documents. Federal investigators are looking into the relationship between Lewis (R-Redlands) and a Washington lobbyist linked to disgraced former Rep.
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October 10, 2003 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
A convicted car thief has emerged as the lead suspect in the slaying of Kelly Laurel Bullwinkle of Redlands, the 18-year-old college student found dead in a citrus grove near her apartment three weeks after she was reported missing, authorities said. A woman who worked with Bullwinkle at Baker's Burgers allegedly told police that her cousin, Michael McMillan, 19, of Redlands, said he killed Bullwinkle during a robbery.
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June 20, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
San Bernardino County Superior Court announced its Redlands District Courthouse will be closed for up to a month because a broken pipe flooded a portion of the building with sewage. The sewage emerged through a janitor's closet and interior walls will have to be replaced, said Presiding Judge Larry W. Allen. In the meantime, documents filed in the Redlands district should be taken to the San Bernardino Courthouse.
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February 24, 2006 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Redlands police station was evacuated Thursday after a woman came in with a pipe bomb she had found near an irrigation channel and kept in her apartment overnight. Police took the bomb, which had a fuse, to a back parking lot, where the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department bomb squad detonated it. The several dozen people evacuated returned within minutes. The woman discovered the bomb near the Zanja irrigation channel by Brookside Avenue and Ash Street.
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March 4, 2003 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The California Supreme Court on Monday blocked a class-action lawsuit on behalf of 800 Redlands residents who say they were exposed to toxic chemicals in their drinking water. Residents of the city 70 miles east of Los Angeles have sued Lockheed Martin Corp., alleging that drinking water laced with a rocket fuel ingredient has caused cancers and other illnesses. The plaintiffs want Lockheed to pay for health monitoring.
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July 25, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Redlands police arrested a man on suspicion of burglary after a woman came home and found the suspect naked in her garage with a pair of her underwear around his legs, authorities said. The woman, who had been the victim of a burglary Saturday night, called police after the suspect fled. Shortly after the incident early Monday morning, police found Fernando Garcia, 19, in a garage on Solano Way with the underwear in his possession.
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April 26, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Loma Linda University's Behavioral Medicine Center paid more than $2 million to settle allegations that it had fraudulently overbilled federal health insurance programs, the U.S. attorney's office said. The center paid without admitting wrongdoing.
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February 18, 2007 | Cecilia Rasmussen, Times Staff Writer
Honest Abe usually is associated with Washington, D.C.; Springfield, Ill.; Gettysburg, Pa.; or Kentucky, his birthplace. But Redlands? The quaint San Bernardino County community houses the only Lincoln memorial west of the Mississippi, thanks to oil magnate Robert Watchorn. "There were many parallels in the lives of Lincoln and Watchorn," said Larry Burgess, historian and director of the A.K. Smiley Public Library and Lincoln Memorial Shrine.
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September 21, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Redlands police are searching for a man they allege spent the weekend pretending to be a guitarist for the band REO Speedwagon to get cash, free meals and a free hotel stay. Police said Wednesday that Walter Louellen Stearns, posing as the guitarist, began paperwork Saturday to buy two Redlands homes, prompting local real estate agents to buy him dinner and get him a room at a local hotel.
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July 25, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Redlands police arrested a man on suspicion of burglary after a woman came home and found the suspect naked in her garage with a pair of her underwear around his legs, authorities said. The woman, who had been the victim of a burglary Saturday night, called police after the suspect fled. Shortly after the incident early Monday morning, police found Fernando Garcia, 19, in a garage on Solano Way with the underwear in his possession.
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June 20, 2006
A 28-year-old man wanted in four states on suspicion of assault, auto theft, burglary, robbery and weapons violations was arrested Monday after allegedly stealing a woman's purse as she entered a store in the 600 block of Orange Street. Jesse Anthony Caron -- recently profiled on television's "America's Most Wanted" -- fled as the 51-year-old woman chased him while shouting for help, police said.
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June 3, 2006 | Ashley Powers and Richard Simon, Times Staff Writers
A federal grand jury conducting a criminal investigation has subpoenaed San Bernardino County records related to a Washington lobbying firm with close ties to Rep. Jerry Lewis, chairman of the powerful House Appropriations Committee, according to federal documents. Federal investigators are looking into the relationship between Lewis (R-Redlands) and a Washington lobbyist linked to disgraced former Rep.
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September 21, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Redlands police are searching for a man they allege spent the weekend pretending to be a guitarist for the band REO Speedwagon to get cash, free meals and a free hotel stay. Police said Wednesday that Walter Louellen Stearns, posing as the guitarist, began paperwork Saturday to buy two Redlands homes, prompting local real estate agents to buy him dinner and get him a room at a local hotel.
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April 26, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Loma Linda University's Behavioral Medicine Center paid more than $2 million to settle allegations that it had fraudulently overbilled federal health insurance programs, the U.S. attorney's office said. The center paid without admitting wrongdoing.
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February 24, 2006 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Redlands police station was evacuated Thursday after a woman came in with a pipe bomb she had found near an irrigation channel and kept in her apartment overnight. Police took the bomb, which had a fuse, to a back parking lot, where the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department bomb squad detonated it. The several dozen people evacuated returned within minutes. The woman discovered the bomb near the Zanja irrigation channel by Brookside Avenue and Ash Street.
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