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May 16, 1993 | RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Compton man who authorities believe committed a series of rapes and a murder in the Inland Empire has been sentenced to more than 75 years in state prison for the rape and robbery of two Torrance office workers last year. Johnny Duane Miles, dubbed the Red Dragon rapist for the inscription on the cap he allegedly wore in the Inland Empire incidents, received the maximum sentence of 75 years, 8 months, from Torrance Superior Court Judge Francis J. Hourigan.
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May 6, 2009 | David Kelly
The mother of a kidnapped 3-year-old boy made a desperate plea for his release Tuesday before draping herself over his picture and sobbing. "Please, I am asking them to release my son and give him back to me," a distraught Maria Rosalina Millan implored in Spanish during a news conference at the San Bernardino County sheriff's station. "He doesn't owe anything. I don't owe anything. He's a good boy."
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May 6, 2009 | David Kelly
The mother of a kidnapped 3-year-old boy made a desperate plea for his release Tuesday before draping herself over his picture and sobbing. "Please, I am asking them to release my son and give him back to me," a distraught Maria Rosalina Millan implored in Spanish during a news conference at the San Bernardino County sheriff's station. "He doesn't owe anything. I don't owe anything. He's a good boy."
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May 16, 1993 | RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Compton man who authorities believe committed a series of rapes and a murder in the Inland Empire has been sentenced to more than 75 years in state prison for the rape and robbery of two Torrance office workers last year. Johnny Duane Miles, dubbed the Red Dragon rapist for the inscription on the cap he allegedly wore in the Inland Empire incidents, received the maximum sentence of 75 years, 8 months, from Torrance Superior Court Judge Francis J. Hourigan.
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November 1, 1988
FBI agents arrested a paroled bank robber Monday in connection with two robberies of a Tustin bank earlier this year, an FBI spokesman said. Andre Mark Vasquez, 44, a transient residing in a Colton hotel, was arrested by special agents of the FBI after a joint investigation with Tustin police, announced Lawrence G. Lawler, special agent in charge of the Los Angeles FBI office. Vasquez also is wanted for a May, 1988, robbery of a Kansas City, Kan.
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November 5, 2003 | Richard Winton, Times Staff Writer
A prison inmate set to be released in February has been charged in connection with the strangulation slayings of five women a decade ago, authorities said Tuesday. Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca said DNA evidence linked Ivan J. Hill to the killings, which occurred over a 10-week period along the Pomona Freeway in the San Gabriel Valley and Inland Empire. The so-called 60 Freeway Slayer dumped his victims north of the freeway in Diamond Bar, Chino, Industry, Pomona and Ontario.
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