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July 16, 1997 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to pay a $460,000 settlement to an 11-year-old foster child who allegedly was scalded with boiling water and tied up while in the care of an adoptive mother approved by county social workers. Attorneys for the girl claimed that county workers gave the mother preferential treatment because she is a social worker, who remains an employee of San Bernardino County. The adoptive mother, Grace Rich-Brown, did not return phone calls.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 16, 1997 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to pay a $460,000 settlement to an 11-year-old foster child who allegedly was scalded with boiling water and tied up while in the care of an adoptive mother approved by county social workers. Attorneys for the girl claimed that county workers gave the mother preferential treatment because she is a social worker, who remains an employee of San Bernardino County. The adoptive mother, Grace Rich-Brown, did not return phone calls.
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April 25, 1996 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Soft-spoken criminal attorney David Bristow, working on mundane cases in nondescript suburban courtrooms, never expected to make a name for himself this early in his career. But that changed when the young rising star in the San Bernardino County district attorney's office was fired for refusing to prosecute a "three strikes" case.
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April 25, 1996 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Soft-spoken criminal attorney David Bristow, working on mundane cases in nondescript suburban courtrooms, never expected to make a name for himself this early in his career. But that changed when the young rising star in the San Bernardino County district attorney's office was fired for refusing to prosecute a "three strikes" case.
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October 14, 1991 | PAUL FELDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Linda Frost says the obscene calls from her boss, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Charles S. Terrell Jr., began shortly after she went to work for his office five years ago. Late at night, Frost charges in court documents, Terrell would telephone her at home and make lewd comments. Once, she says, he called from a Sacramento hotel, informing her he was watching a dirty movie and asking her "to masturbate while he did."
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October 14, 1991 | PAUL FELDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Linda Frost says the obscene calls from her boss, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Charles S. Terrell Jr., began shortly after she went to work for his office five years ago. Late at night, Frost charges in court documents, Terrell would telephone her at home and make lewd comments. Once, she says, he called from a Sacramento hotel, informing her he was watching a dirty movie and asking her "to masturbate while he did."
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