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December 6, 1993 | FRANK MESSINA
Two young children were playing by themselves in a nearly empty park. A battered pickup with two rough-looking men inside was parked nearby. Pedaling through the park on a recent afternoon, Jim Easley, 72, and John Fena, 65, had no proof that the youngsters were in danger. But they scooped them up anyway and sent them home because "we'd just rather be safe about it," Easley said.
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March 12, 1998 | SUSAN DEEMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Homeowners in Village San Juan are debating whether installing security gates at the front and rear entrances to their community will deter crime or merely increase the cost of living there. Signs in the village already warn of thou-shalt-nots: no roller-skating or skateboarding after dusk; no motorized boats on the community's two shallow, artificial lakes and fishing only for residents; and no overnight parking for residents in guest spaces.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 12, 1998 | SUSAN DEEMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Homeowners in Village San Juan are debating whether installing security gates at the front and rear entrances to their community will deter crime or merely increase the cost of living there. Signs in the village already warn of thou-shalt-nots: no roller-skating or skateboarding after dusk; no motorized boats on the community's two shallow, artificial lakes and fishing only for residents; and no overnight parking for residents in guest spaces.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 6, 1993 | FRANK MESSINA
Two young children were playing by themselves in a nearly empty park. A battered pickup with two rough-looking men inside was parked nearby. Pedaling through the park on a recent afternoon, Jim Easley, 72, and John Fena, 65, had no proof that the youngsters were in danger. But they scooped them up anyway and sent them home because "we'd just rather be safe about it," Easley said.
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