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June 24, 2008 | Richard Winton
A Rolling 40s gang member convicted with another man of kidnapping a woman from a parking lot, and then robbing and repeatedly raping her during a daylong ordeal, was sentenced Monday to more than 352 years in prison. Denson Henderson, 28, was sentenced to seven life terms by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Elden S. Fox for masterminding the kidnapping and sexual assault and won't be eligible for parole for 352 years and four months. In October, jurors convicted Henderson and co-defendant Jovanny P. Theus, 27, of multiple counts of sexual assault for the February 2006 crimes.
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November 15, 2007 | From a Times Staff Writer
City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo took steps Wednesday to secure a court injunction restricting the activities of the Rolling 40s street gang in a section of South Los Angeles. Delgadillo said the gang injunction will cover a section of the city bounded by Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard on the north, the Harbor Freeway on the east, Crenshaw Boulevard on the west and 52nd Street on the south.
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May 13, 2006 | Arin Gencer, Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles city attorney's office led a sweep this week that resulted in the arrests of six people, including a sex offender on probation, who lived near Crenshaw High School, city and school officials said Friday. The 5 a.m. sweep Thursday was part of an initiative started in 2005 to remove alleged criminals from areas near schools, Los Angeles City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo said at a news conference Friday.
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June 7, 2002 | ANNA GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The first time Carlos Burns was tried for attempted murder, the case ended in a mistrial when a sole juror held out for acquittal. So prosecutors retried Burns, who is now 21, for allegedly shooting a man in the leg. This time, the majority voted not guilty--8 to 4--and another mistrial was declared. Legal experts say it is usually more difficult to win a conviction with each successive trial. But Los Angeles County prosecutors nonetheless decided to try the street gang member a third time.
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July 8, 1994 | DUANE NORIYUKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Officer Cliff Lloyd yanks the black-and-white patrol car to the curb at 48th and Hoover. Half a dozen people, some of them sipping beer, sit in a circle on folding chairs and plastic milk crates in the balmy, late afternoon shadow of the Caribbean Market. They turn their heads and seem anxious until they recognize Lloyd and his partner, Officer Roger Gaylord, climbing out of the car. Azalea Usher, wearing a T-shirt that says "I Survived the 6.6 Tremor," reaches out and hugs Lloyd.
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