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November 10, 1995
A Santa Monica water department employee has been arrested for allegedly embezzling almost $800 from customers' water bills. Christopher Paul Reed, 46, was arrested after police investigated residents' complaints that they had received non-payment notices despite having paid their bills in cash at the water department. Reed, whose job title was utility billing supervisor, has been charged with grand theft and embezzlement and falsification of accounts by a public official.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1995
A Santa Monica water department employee has been arrested for allegedly embezzling almost $800 from customers' water bills. Christopher Paul Reed, 46, was arrested after police investigated residents' complaints that they had received non-payment notices despite having paid their bills in cash at the water department. Reed, whose job title was utility billing supervisor, has been charged with grand theft and embezzlement and falsification of accounts by a public official.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1989
The Santa Monica Police Department, plagued for the last two years with charges of discrimination against women and minorities, has adopted new promotion procedures, according to a report released Thursday by the Santa Monica Police Department Steering Committee. One of the key revisions calls for removing "promotability" as a rating factor for promotion examinations.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1992 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert M. Myers, the powerful city attorney at the center of Santa Monica's contentious debate over how to deal with the community's large homeless population, has been fired by the City Council. The ouster occurred Tuesday night at an explosive public meeting that verged on a mob scene as dozens of Myers' supporters hissed, stomped and vented their fury at his dismissal. "Shame! Shame!"
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1992 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert M. Myers, the powerful city attorney at the center of Santa Monica's contentious debate over how to deal with the community's large homeless population, has been fired by the City Council. The ouster occurred Tuesday night at an explosive public meeting that verged on a mob scene as dozens of Myers' supporters hissed, stomped and vented their fury at his dismissal. "Shame! Shame!"
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1989
The Santa Monica Police Department, plagued for the last two years with charges of discrimination against women and minorities, has adopted new promotion procedures, according to a report released Thursday by the Santa Monica Police Department Steering Committee. One of the key revisions calls for removing "promotability" as a rating factor for promotion examinations.
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