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July 27, 1989 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, Times Staff Writer
The Internal Revenue Service office in Los Angeles in charge of criminal tax cases was hobbled in recent years by an overbearing director who would tolerate no dissent and by an in-house watchdog unit that failed to do its job, Congress was told Wednesday. Testimony by four past and present IRS investigators came as a House subcommittee continued hearings into charges of misconduct centering on Ronald Saranow, former chief of the agency's criminal investigation division in Los Angeles.
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July 27, 1989 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, Times Staff Writer
The Internal Revenue Service office in Los Angeles in charge of criminal tax cases was hobbled in recent years by an overbearing director who would tolerate no dissent and by an in-house watchdog unit that failed to do its job, Congress was told Wednesday. Testimony by four past and present IRS investigators came as a House subcommittee continued hearings into charges of misconduct centering on Ronald Saranow, former chief of the agency's criminal investigation division in Los Angeles.
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February 24, 1993 | Associated Press
The snow was fake and the glaciers were made of foam, but a snowmobile manufacturer found this desert city a good place to introduce its 1994 model line. "Our dealers work hard all year in cold and adverse conditions. It's nice to get them out of that weather," said Russell M. Davis, vice president of marketing and sales for Ski-Doo of Wausau, Wis. Ski-Doo rolled out its latest snowmobiles before 1,200 dealers and distributors. The show was Ski-Doo's second in Tucson.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 23, 1997 | JEFF KASS
Voicing last-minute concerns, the City Council has delayed preliminary approval of contracts to house out-of-town offenders in city jails. Last week, the city held the grand opening for its $107-million police administration and jail facility, which has a capacity for 473 inmates. That jail will free space at the city jail, which contains 48 cells. Santa Ana's current needs top out at about 150.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 5, 1997 | JEFF KASS
Some of Orange County's most dangerous juveniles, along with adults convicted in other California courts, will be among those in the new city jail under agreements approved Monday by the City Council. One agreement calls for the Orange County Probation Department to rent 64 cells in the new city jail for juveniles being tried as adults. Police Chief Paul M. Walters said the juveniles have been accused of "very serious" crimes such as murder, assault and kidnapping.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 1997 | JEFF KASS
Just days after the grand opening of the city's new jail, the City Council on Tuesday will consider two proposals to boost city coffers by renting out vacant cells. One plan would allow the Orange County Probation Dept. to operate the city's 48-cell temporary jail, which is being vacated, and rent 64 spaces in the new city jail. All 112 spaces would be used for juveniles, Santa Ana jail administrator Russell M. Davis said. Officials said the proposal could bring the city as much as $1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1997 | JEFF KASS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With carpeting, cable television and views of the city, module 3-C in the new Santa Ana City Jail may be as comfortable as it gets for someone facing charges of drug possession. The comfort level at the jail and the unarmed officer who mingles with inmates throughout the day and night are not there by accident.
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May 27, 1997 | JEFF KASS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With carpeting, cable television and views of the city, module 3-C in the new Santa Ana City Jail may be as comfortable as it gets for someone facing charges of drug possession. The comfort level at the jail and the unarmed officer who mingles with inmates throughout the day and night are not there by accident.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 16, 1997 | JEFF KASS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
After eight years of planning, 2,500 tons of steel and some questions about the cost, the Santa Ana Police Administration and Jail Facility opens today. Spread across eight acres, the downtown Santa Ana complex is a village of classrooms, a computer lab and a split-level shooting range that will also turn a profit for the city.
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