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March 18, 1989
A couple who ran an unlicensed Lomita day-care home and their 19-year-old daughter were charged Friday with felony child endangerment and with violating the state's Health and Safety Code in connection with the strangulation death last November of a 16-month-old girl. Robert and Linda Zieger and their daughter Laura were arrested shortly after the Nov. 14 death of Michele Heasley, who was one of seven small children being cared for at the Zieger home.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1989
A couple who ran an unlicensed Lomita day-care home and their 19-year-old daughter were charged Friday with felony child endangerment and with violating the state's Health and Safety Code in connection with the strangulation death last November of a 16-month-old girl. Robert and Linda Zieger and their daughter Laura were arrested shortly after the Nov. 14 death of Michele Heasley, who was one of seven small children being cared for at the Zieger home.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 23, 1988 | JAMES RAINEY, Times Staff Writer
An autopsy showed that the 16-month-old girl strangled last week at an unlicensed Lomita day-care home was sexually molested shortly before her death, a law enforcement official said Tuesday. Michele Heasley of Redondo Beach had been molested "over an extended period of time" and just before she died Nov. 14, the official said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1988
Medical examinations have uncovered evidence of sexual molestation of two more infants who were cared for at the unlicensed Lomita day-care home where a 16-month-old girl was allegedly molested and strangled to death last month, a sheriff's spokesman said Thursday. Lt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1988 | JAMES RAINEY, Times Staff Writer
A couple who own an unlicensed Lomita day-care home were arrested along with their teen-age daughter Friday on suspicion of child endangerment in the strangulation death of a 16-month-old girl at the home earlier this week. Robert and Linda Zieger, both 47, and their daughter Laura, 19, who was acting as the baby-sitter at the time of the infant's death Monday, were arrested at the home where they cared for neighborhood children.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1988
Medical examinations have uncovered evidence of sexual molestation of two more infants who were cared for at the unlicensed Lomita day-care home where a 16-month-old girl was allegedly molested and strangled to death last month, a sheriff's spokesman said Thursday. Lt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 24, 1989 | JAMES RAINEY, Times Staff Writer
Last November, authorities reported that 16-month-old Michele Heasley had died after being found comatose at a Lomita day-care home. In the two weeks that followed the girl's death, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department made some troubling announcements: The toddler had been strangled. She also had been sexually assaulted. Two other children who had been cared for at the home showed physical symptoms of sexual molestation.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 1989 | JAMES RAINEY, Times Staff Writer
A mother and daughter pleaded no contest Thursday in South Bay Municipal Court to a charge that they did not have a license to operate a day-care center at their Lomita home, where a 16-month-old girl died last year. Immediately after the plea, Judge Gary Daigh sentenced Linda Zieger, 48, to 20 days in County Jail, three years' probation and a $1,000 fine. Zieger's daughter, Laura, 20, was placed on three years' probation and fined $500.
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June 5, 1996 | JUDY PASTERNAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hardly anybody listened when a Republican emissary urged delegates at the national convention of the Service Employees International Union to vote for Sen. Bob Dole in the fall. The audience kept chattering and gossiping, pausing occasionally to hiss. When a Democrat solicited support for Bill Clinton, she was interrupted by jeers and cries of "What about NAFTA?" Then Robert Wages took his turn, calling for the creation of a Labor Party in the United States.
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August 16, 1997 | STUART SILVERSTEIN and ROBERT A. ROSENBLATT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Plagued by enemies within his union and troubled by a federal grand jury investigation into the financing of his narrow reelection win last year, Teamsters President Ron Carey didn't any need more burdens. But he took on yet another stiff challenge when 185,000 Teamsters walked out against United Parcel Service on Aug. 4. Since then, the 61-year-old Carey has directed a strike that, for better or for worse, could prove to be a defining moment for organized labor in the late 1990s.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 23, 1988 | JAMES RAINEY, Times Staff Writer
An autopsy showed that the 16-month-old girl strangled last week at an unlicensed Lomita day-care home was sexually molested shortly before her death, a law enforcement official said Tuesday. Michele Heasley of Redondo Beach had been molested "over an extended period of time" and just before she died Nov. 14, the official said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1988 | JAMES RAINEY, Times Staff Writer
A couple who own an unlicensed Lomita day-care home were arrested along with their teen-age daughter Friday on suspicion of child endangerment in the strangulation death of a 16-month-old girl at the home earlier this week. Robert and Linda Zieger, both 47, and their daughter Laura, 19, who was acting as the baby-sitter at the time of the infant's death Monday, were arrested at the home where they cared for neighborhood children.
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