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August 9, 2004 | Ellen Edwards, Washington Post
You could call Rick Adams the Man Who Made Madonna Moo, but that might give you the wrong idea. After all, this is a man who spends his afternoons with your children. And really, he was just playing one of his little games. Madonna was on the phone, and he asked her to play the "Moo Baa" game. He ran through a list of breeds of sheep and cows and she had to bleat for the ones she thought were sheep and moo for the cows. And she did. The real Madonna.
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August 9, 2004 | Ellen Edwards, Washington Post
You could call Rick Adams the Man Who Made Madonna Moo, but that might give you the wrong idea. After all, this is a man who spends his afternoons with your children. And really, he was just playing one of his little games. Madonna was on the phone, and he asked her to play the "Moo Baa" game. He ran through a list of breeds of sheep and cows and she had to bleat for the ones she thought were sheep and moo for the cows. And she did. The real Madonna.
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June 16, 1986
Gang violence was suspected in the shooting death of a young man in front of a Florence district home, sheriff's investigators said. Miquel Covarribias, 18, died about an hour after he was shot in front of 8809 Fir Ave., Deputy Rick Adams said. Detectives were unsure if the fatal shots were fired from a car or by passers-by, but blamed the shooting on gang rivalry, Adams said. No suspects were in custody.
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August 8, 1985
Acids and solvents stored in leaking drums and disintegrating paper bags led to the arrest of an owner of a bankrupt chemical company in Paramount, officials reported Wednesday Raafat Ramzi Wissa, 35, of Paramount was arrested on charges of illegally disposing of chemicals, sheriff's spokesman Rick Adams said. The arrest followed a three-month investigation by the sheriff's hazardous materials unit and the state Department of Health Services into the practices of Wissa's company, Chemico Inc.
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May 7, 1986 | From United Press International
A woman playing with cap pistols was shot and killed Tuesday after one of her friends brought out a shotgun, which discharged and hit her in the chest, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies said. Arshon Denise Stewart, 19, died at Martin Luther King Medical Center after the midday incident at her home in the 9000 block of South Elm Street, in the Firestone area, Deputy Rick Adams said.
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August 8, 1985
A 24-year old Encino man awaiting trial on a narcotics charge was in critical condition Wednesday night after he was stabbed by another inmate at the Los Angeles County Men's Central Jail, the county Sheriff's Department said. Javier Karo was stabbed four times in the shoulder, chest and back with a handmade knife as he walked back to his cell from the showers, Deputy Rick Adams said. Karo was taken to the County-USC Medical Center, Adams said.
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December 13, 1985
Four people who became lost after their truck got stuck on a dirt road in rugged Malibu terrain were rescued from the bottom of a steep canyon at dawn today, after a five-hour search by a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department search and rescue team using bloodhounds and helicopters. The three men and one woman were located near Bonsall Drive, about three miles north of the spot where their four-wheel-drive vehicle became mired in the soft dirt Thursday night, Sheriff's Deputy Rick Adams said.
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