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January 2, 1986
One person was killed and three injured when two cars, one reportedly stolen, collided at a Huntington Beach intersection, police reported. Sgt. Ron Jenkins said the driver of a car headed south on Newland Street was pronounced dead at the scene of the 4:30 a.m. accident at the intersection of Atlanta Avenue. Jenkins said the driver of the vehicle headed east on Atlanta was hospitalized in critical condition, as were two passengers in the car.
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January 2, 1986
One person was killed and three injured when two cars, one reportedly stolen, collided at a Huntington Beach intersection, police reported. Sgt. Ron Jenkins said the driver of a car headed south on Newland Street was pronounced dead at the scene of the 4:30 a.m. accident at the intersection of Atlanta Avenue. Jenkins said the driver of the vehicle headed east on Atlanta was hospitalized in critical condition, as were two passengers in the car.
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September 4, 1986
Skateboarder Hit by Car: A Fountain Valley teen-ager was reported in serious condition with injuries suffered when he rode his skateboard through a red light and was struck by a car, police reported. Sgt. Ron Jenkins said Jeremy Ridenour, 14, was riding his skateboard south on Newland Street at 6 p.m. Tuesday when he entered a crosswalk at Edinger Avenue. Wesley Johnson, 24, of Huntington Beach was driving across the intersection on a green light and hit the youngster, the police officer said.
NEWS
July 4, 1991
The City Council has approved six committee members for Project Area 1 of the Rosemead Boulevard Business Improvement District. James Andruss and Michael Owen will represent area property owners; Lawrence Beard and Daniel Meister will represent business owners; Elizabeth Ramirez will represent residents, and Ron Jenkins will represent the South El Monte Property Owners Assn.
SPORTS
October 1, 1994
Top performances by area high school football players: Passing Steve McKeon, Hart: 18 of 26 / 314 yards Jesus Acosta, N. Hollywood: 20 of 23 / 280 yards Dave Lins, Crespi: 19 of 43 / 278 yards J. Carr, Highland: 17 of 29 / 257 yards Derek Lemkin, Harvard: 13 of 18 / 243 yards Rushing Ron Jenkins, Hueneme: 20 carries / 184 yards Jerry Brown, Taft: 21 for 181 Bryan Wilkins, Moorpark: 22 for 175 Topi Sanchez, St. Bnv: 31 for 171 Ch.
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August 8, 1986 | David Reyes
Five suspects were arrested and four kilograms of cocaine with a street value of $1 million were seized by Huntington Beach and Irvine police, a Huntington Beach spokesman said Thursday. The arrests occurred at a parking lot near the Registry Hotel at MacArthur Boulevard and Douglas in Irvine after a weeklong investigation, said Huntington Beach Police Sgt. Ron Jenkins. The arrests were made about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday after undercover officers attempted to buy cocaine, Jenkins said.
BOOKS
January 5, 1997
Warren Olney, radio talk show host: "The Liar's Club" by Mary Karr (Viking). "It's appalling and hysterically funny at the same time, a stark reporting of the ghastly facts of a childhood almost inexpressibly shocking, but which, in the end, in Karr's telling, is immensely life-affirming and forgiving." * Doug Dutton, bookseller: "Worldly Goods: A New History of the Renaissance" by Lisa Jardine (Nan A. Talese/Doubleday). "There's nothing better than a well-written history.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 6, 1987
Two armed robbers rounded up 26 employees and customers at a Coco's Family Restaurant in Huntington Beach on Wednesday night and escaped with about $4,500, police said. No one was reported injured. The robbers herded the women into a restroom and the men into a cold-storage locker, Huntington Beach Police Sgt. Ron Jenkins said. Before fleeing, the thieves turned off the refrigeration. At about 10:30 p.m. the two men walked into the restaurant at 6886 Bolsa Ave.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1986
A 73-year-old retired real estate agent who called police late Sunday to tell them that he had accidentally shot his live-in housekeeper was booked on suspicion of murder after the woman's body was found in his Huntington Harbour home, investigators said Monday. The body of Lizzifrenf Pearal Lott, 48, was found Sunday on the kitchen floor at 16592 Tiburon Place, police said. She had been shot in the chest, Sgt. Ron Jenkins said.
SPORTS
July 25, 2000 | From Associated Press
Defensive tackle Eric Swann followed Reggie White to Carolina, signing with a one-year deal with the Panthers on Monday. Swann, a 10-year veteran, was released by the Arizona Cardinals two weeks ago and had been shopping himself around to interested teams. The Jacksonville Jaguars and Denver Broncos made Swann guaranteed offers, but he held out for the Panthers. The native of Swann Station, N.C., wanted to play in his home state and with White, who signed with Carolina on Sunday.
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October 12, 1985
A Huntington Beach woman was in critical condition Friday night, and her 23-year-old son was booked on suspicion of beating her, pouring a caustic chemical on her and trying to drown her in her bathtub, a police spokesman said. Avies Sanders, 67, was taken to Huntington Humana Hospital on Friday morning after police interrupted William Gillespie, who allegedly was beating her with a wooden staircase support, Sgt. Ron Jenkins said Friday night.
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