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October 11, 1985 | JACK JONES, Times Staff Writer
Santa Monica Bank and two of its top officers were charged Thursday with 32 criminal counts over what the Los Angeles city attorney's office said are slum conditions at a South-Central Los Angeles apartment house that the bank owned until last month. The bank, along with its chief executive officer, Aubrey Austin Jr., 69, and its vice president, Ronald Makela, 42, were charged because of what City Atty. James K.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 1985 | JACK JONES, Times Staff Writer
Santa Monica Bank and two of its top officers were charged Thursday with 32 criminal counts over what the Los Angeles city attorney's office said are slum conditions at a South-Central Los Angeles apartment house that the bank owned until last month. The bank, along with its chief executive officer, Aubrey Austin Jr., 69, and its vice president, Ronald Makela, 42, were charged because of what City Atty. James K.
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October 29, 1986 | TERRY PRISTIN, Times Staff Writer
The landlord of a South-Central Los Angeles apartment building on Tuesday became the third owner in less than two years to be convicted of maintaining slum conditions at the property. After pleading guilty in Los Angeles Municipal Court to 10 violations of fire, health, building and safety codes at 124 W. 22nd St., Hector F. Flores, 48, of Downey, was ordered to pay $10,079 in fines, penalty assessments and restitution.
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