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December 6, 1988 | Associated Press
A California scientist who vanished more than 18 months ago, leaving federal authorities worried about his knowledge of the research laboratory where he worked, was arrested on federal charges here Monday. The FBI confirmed the arrest of chemist Ronald K. Stump, who had worked at the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory in Livermore, Calif., for more than 25 years before he disappeared in April, 1987.
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December 6, 1988 | Associated Press
A California scientist who vanished more than 18 months ago, leaving federal authorities worried about his knowledge of the research laboratory where he worked, was arrested on federal charges here Monday. The FBI confirmed the arrest of chemist Ronald K. Stump, who had worked at the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory in Livermore, Calif., for more than 25 years before he disappeared in April, 1987.
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September 9, 1988 | TODD J. GILLMAN and DAN MORAIN, Times Staff Writers
With his deep suntan, Corvette and parties on his houseboat, Ronald K. Stump never fit the conservative image of a $45,840-a-year nuclear chemist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. So it came as little surprise to colleagues that after he disappeared in April, 1987, he turned up at a Club Med in Sonora Bay, Mexico, teaching water skiing and leading bicycling tours. Stump, 45, vanished as lab officials began to question his work and his finances.
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September 9, 1988 | TODD J. GILLMAN and DAN MORAIN, Times Staff Writers
With his deep suntan, Corvette and parties on his houseboat, Ronald K. Stump never fit the conservative image of a $45,840-a-year nuclear chemist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. So it came as little surprise to colleagues that after he disappeared in April, 1987, he turned up at a Club Med in Sonora Bay, Mexico, teaching water skiing and leading bicycling tours. Stump, 45, vanished as lab officials began to question his work and his finances.
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