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April 7, 1999 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Riverside County's public defender was fired Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors, concerned about allegations that a private conservatorship company skimmed tens of thousands of dollars from infirm or mentally incompetent county residents. Bonnie Spencer, who was head of the 86-attorney public defender's office for three years, is not under criminal investigation herself in a growing probe into the affairs of West Coast Conservatorships Inc., Assistant Dist. Atty. Randy Tagami said Tuesday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 1999 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Riverside County's public defender was fired Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors, concerned about allegations that a private conservatorship company skimmed tens of thousands of dollars from infirm or mentally incompetent county residents. Bonnie Spencer, who was head of the 86-attorney public defender's office for three years, is not under criminal investigation herself in a growing probe into the affairs of West Coast Conservatorships Inc., Assistant Dist. Atty. Randy Tagami said Tuesday.
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August 26, 1988
Two Riverside County coroner's office workers were suspended after a possible murder victim was mistakenly released to a mortuary and cremated before autopsy surgeons had a chance to examine the body. Coroner Raymond Carrillo notified the employees, whose names were not disclosed, that they were being suspended--one for five days and the other for three days.
NEWS
August 26, 1988
Two Riverside County coroner's office workers were suspended after a possible murder victim was mistakenly released to a mortuary and cremated before autopsy surgeons had a chance to examine the body. Coroner Raymond Carrillo notified the employees, whose names were not disclosed, that they were being suspended--one for five days and the other for three days.
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