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March 29, 1998 | Ken Smith, Ken Smith is a music writer based in New York
In the historic accounts of Oscar Wilde, the event in question is generally no more than a footnote. References to it in both the play "Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde" (closing today at the Mark Taper Forum), and the British film "Wilde" (starring Stephen Fry, soon to be released in the U.S.) go by in a heartbeat. But to composer Robert Moran, the event has a resonance of its own.
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May 23, 2011 | By Robert Faturechi, Los Angeles Times
On the morning of June 29, 2008, Robert Moran made a $4.75-million mistake. He had knocked back a couple of beers hours earlier, dressed for work, jumped into his employer's SUV and headed off on an important assignment. He was drunk and allegedly speeding when he collided with a smaller car, seriously injuring the other driver. Moran, a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy, was convicted of drunk driving and sentenced to six months in jail. He managed to keep his job with the Sheriff's Department, but his conduct still exacted a costly toll — at least for county taxpayers who have to pay the multimillion-dollar settlement approved by the Board of Supervisors last week.
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September 28, 1986 | Ray Perez \f7
A 6-year-old boy riding a skateboard was seriously injured when he was hit by a car being pushed out of a driveway, police reported Saturday. Bryan Presall rode into the driveway on Birdie Lane as the car was being pushed out at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sgt. Robert Moran said. The boy was taken to Fountain Valley Community Hospital. He suffered multiple injuries and at first was listed as critical.
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March 29, 1998 | Ken Smith, Ken Smith is a music writer based in New York
In the historic accounts of Oscar Wilde, the event in question is generally no more than a footnote. References to it in both the play "Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde" (closing today at the Mark Taper Forum), and the British film "Wilde" (starring Stephen Fry, soon to be released in the U.S.) go by in a heartbeat. But to composer Robert Moran, the event has a resonance of its own.
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May 23, 2011 | By Robert Faturechi, Los Angeles Times
On the morning of June 29, 2008, Robert Moran made a $4.75-million mistake. He had knocked back a couple of beers hours earlier, dressed for work, jumped into his employer's SUV and headed off on an important assignment. He was drunk and allegedly speeding when he collided with a smaller car, seriously injuring the other driver. Moran, a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy, was convicted of drunk driving and sentenced to six months in jail. He managed to keep his job with the Sheriff's Department, but his conduct still exacted a costly toll — at least for county taxpayers who have to pay the multimillion-dollar settlement approved by the Board of Supervisors last week.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1997
John Robert Moran, a longtime manager for GTE, died Tuesday at his home in Camarillo. He was 80. Moran, who was born April 5, 1917, in London, lived in Ventura County for five years. He was a member of Padre Serra parish, and a volunteer for and participant in the Braille Institute-Ventura County Outreach Program. He also was a past member of the Masonic Lodge in Long Beach and Rotary International in Downey.
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September 15, 1985 | Associated Press
Robert Moran kicked a school-record 56-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter to give Boise State the lead for good in a 13-9 victory over UC Davis in a nonconference game Saturday.
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June 28, 1988
A Long Beach man killed his wife and sister-in-law before turning the gun on himself in a double-murder suicide early Monday, Long Beach police said. Robert Moran, 28, shot his wife, Susan, 37, and her sister, Shirley Martin, about 12:45 a.m., then shot himself in the head, Detective Logan Wren said. The Morans and Martin, who was visiting from Los Angeles, were heard arguing by neighbors before the shooting, Wren said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1997
John Robert Moran, a longtime manager for GTE, died Tuesday at his home in Camarillo. He was 80. Moran, who was born April 5, 1917, in London, lived in Ventura County for five years. He was a member of Padre Serra parish, and a volunteer for and participant in the Braille Institute-Ventura County Outreach Program. He also was a past member of the Masonic Lodge in Long Beach and Rotary International in Downey.
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September 28, 1986 | Ray Perez \f7
A 6-year-old boy riding a skateboard was seriously injured when he was hit by a car being pushed out of a driveway, police reported Saturday. Bryan Presall rode into the driveway on Birdie Lane as the car was being pushed out at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sgt. Robert Moran said. The boy was taken to Fountain Valley Community Hospital. He suffered multiple injuries and at first was listed as critical.
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May 21, 1999 | From Times Wire Services
An administrative law judge with the Social Security Administration has been charged with lying to get Social Security benefits for her daughter, prosecutors said Thursday. Elizabeth Price, a hearing officer for the federal agency in San Rafael, was indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday on one count of perjury and one count of making a false statement for use in determining Social Security benefits.
SPORTS
March 1, 2000
In other first-round games: Poly 14, Van Nuys 4--Gabriel Pena had three hits and five runs batted in for the Parrots (1-0) in a victory at Poly. San Fernando 4, Bell 2--Jesus Martinez had a double and an RBI, and four pitchers combined for 13 strikeouts in a victory for the Tigers at San Fernando. Cleveland 6, Franklin 5--Robin Vyas' two-run double highlighted a three-run sixth and the Cavaliers won at Cleveland.
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