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July 27, 1987
The Tehama County Grand Jury has asked the FBI to investigate charges that a top state parole official received a payoff from a marijuana grower and posed in a pornographic movie, according to a copyrighted story in the Sacramento Bee. The story said the grand jury did not specifically name Ronald E.
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May 15, 1985
Governor Appointed Tehama County Sheriff Ronald E. Koenig of Red Bluff to the state Board of Prison Terms, and Nicholas Osa of Carlsbad, a California Youth Authority consultant, to the Youthful Offender Parole Board. Both jobs pay $59,675 annually and are subject to Senate confirmation.
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April 10, 1986 | DOUGLAS SHUIT, Times Staff Writer
Ronald E. Koenig, chairman of the state Board of Prison Terms whose conduct as sheriff of Tehama County was the target of two formal investigations, was endorsed for confirmation as the state's top parole officer by the Senate Rules Committee on Wednesday. A 3-0 vote, the bare minimum required in the five-member committee, sent Koenig's appointment to the full Senate with a recommendation that he be confirmed. Koenig, 51, was named to the $61,845-a-year post by Gov. George Deukmejian last July.
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