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November 17, 2012 | By Joseph Serna
A search warrant served by the New Jersey police and the FBI on Saturday turned up cache of assault weapons and chemicals used to make bombs at a New Jersey doctor's home, authorities said. Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli, in a statement provided to the Los Angeles Times by the Associated Press, said 60-year-old Robert Rivera of Ridgewood faces half a dozen charges including recklessly creating a risk of widespread injury or damage, unlawfully possessing a destructive device, and possession of an assault firearm.
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November 17, 2012 | By Joseph Serna
A search warrant served by the New Jersey police and the FBI on Saturday turned up cache of assault weapons and chemicals used to make bombs at a New Jersey doctor's home, authorities said. Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli, in a statement provided to the Los Angeles Times by the Associated Press, said 60-year-old Robert Rivera of Ridgewood faces half a dozen charges including recklessly creating a risk of widespread injury or damage, unlawfully possessing a destructive device, and possession of an assault firearm.
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September 8, 1988 | SAM FARMER
Team camaraderie, Pater Noster football Coach Andy Herrera says, is a factor his team lacked last season. But, he says, this year's team is different. "We're much more in tune with each other," he said. But last year's 0-10 showing was anything but harmonic. This season, which starts at home against Lutheran Orange on Saturday at 2 p.m., Herrera wants fullback Javier Aguilar, flanker Gerald Razo and quarterback Robert Rivera to set the tempo.
BUSINESS
November 22, 2000 | Lee Romney
Robert Rivera can trace his business success to a moped accident 16 years ago. The 19-year-old Rivera took $1,500 from the crash settlement and used it for business cards, stationery and a phone. Today, his Corona-based Spectrum Communications Cabling Services Inc. has 120 employees and expects to reach $30 million in annual sales.
SPORTS
February 24, 1993 | RICH TOSCHES
Rafael Ruelas of Arleta, the World Boxing Council's top-ranked lightweight, scored a technical knockout against Robert Rivera of Phoenix during the third round of their bout at the Reseda Country Club on Tuesday night. The bout was the first for Ruelas (35-1, 28 knockouts) since he won the North American Boxing Federation title with an 11th-round knockout of Jorge Paez in November at the Forum. He had an easier time against Rivera (18-2-1), and the fight was stopped at 2:23 of the third round.
SPORTS
November 15, 1987 | MIKE YEAMAN
Chaminade struck swiftly and often Saturday and its defense held Pater Noster scoreless until the midpoint of the third quarter as the Eagles completed an unbeaten Santa Fe League season with a crushing 54-12 victory at Chaminade. A 32-yard field goal by Chris Noonan was the prelude to a couple of early touchdowns for Chaminade (8-2, 6-0 in league play).
SPORTS
November 8, 1987 | RON PIVO
Harvard 28 Pater Noster 10--Harvard expanded a 7-3 halftime lead with three touchdowns in the third quarter to keep Pater Noster winless. Harvard (4-5) is 3-2 in Santa Fe League play. Pater Noster dropped to 0-5, 0-9. Harvard was led by Martin Holly, the tailback in the team's single-wing formation. He rushed for 169 yards and a touchdown in 24 carries. Harvard attempted only three passes, Holly completing one for two yards.
BUSINESS
February 11, 1999 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, staff reporter
A Vons shopper's lawsuit that raised questions about the privacy of information that supermarkets collect on their customers' purchases has been thrown out of court. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Horowitz tossed out the civil suit by plaintiff Robert Rivera of Los Angeles, declaring that the evidence never established that Vons was liable for damages. The central issue in the case was a negligence claim Rivera made against Vons.
SPORTS
March 31, 2012 | By Dan Loumena
Ryan Leaf, the former No. 1 draft pick of the San Diego Chargers, has been arrested in his hometown of Great Falls, Mont., on suspicion of burglary and drug possession. The former NFL quarterback, a standout at Washington State before he was selected second overall behind Peyton Manning in the 1998 draft and became one of the league's biggest busts, was booked on felony charges of burglary of a residence and criminal possession of dangerous drugs, plus misdemeanor theft, according to Cascade County Detention Center Officer Robert Rivera.
SPORTS
January 22, 1997 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rafael Ruelas, former International Boxing Federation lightweight champion, will fight at the Reseda Country Club for the first time in nearly four years when he faces Javier Arce of Mexico in a 10-round junior welterweight fight Thursday night. Ruelas, 25, whose record is 47-3 with 37 knockouts, will try for a fifth straight victory since losing consecutive fights in 1995 to Oscar De La Hoya and George Scott. Arce, 25, is 15-10 with 11 knockouts.
SPORTS
February 21, 1993
Rafael Ruelas of Arleta, the World Boxing Council's No.1-ranked lightweight contender, defends his North American Boxing Federation title against Robert Rivera of Phoenix in a nationally televised bout from the Reseda Country Club on Tuesday night. Ruelas (35-1, 28 knockouts) won the NABF title last year by stopping Jorge Paez of Mexicali at the Forum in Inglewood. Rivera is 18-1-1 with 14 knockouts. The bout is scheduled for 12 rounds.
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