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December 22, 1993
Shortly after he allegedly shot a teen-ager to death, Scott Howard Breverman led police to a 9-millimeter pistol and told officers he was trying to stop a group of youths who had damaged his BMW so that they could be forced to pay for repairs, according to court records filed Tuesday. Breverman, 23, was arraigned Tuesday on a murder charge in San Fernando Municipal Court.
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December 22, 1993
Shortly after he allegedly shot a teen-ager to death, Scott Howard Breverman led police to a 9-millimeter pistol and told officers he was trying to stop a group of youths who had damaged his BMW so that they could be forced to pay for repairs, according to court records filed Tuesday. Breverman, 23, was arraigned Tuesday on a murder charge in San Fernando Municipal Court.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1993 | ANN W. O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shortly after he allegedly shot a teen-ager to death, Scott Howard Breverman led police to a 9-millimeter pistol and told officers he was trying to stop a group of youths who had damaged his BMW so they could be forced to pay for repairs, according to court records filed Tuesday. As Breverman, 23, was arraigned on a murder charge in San Fernando Municipal Court, attorneys began to outline the issues of a case that strikes a chord about life in suburban Los Angeles.
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December 22, 1993 | ANN W. O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shortly after he allegedly shot a teen-ager to death, Scott Howard Breverman led police to a 9-millimeter pistol and told officers he was trying to stop a group of youths who had damaged his BMW so they could be forced to pay for repairs, according to court records filed Tuesday. As Breverman, 23, was arraigned on a murder charge in San Fernando Municipal Court, attorneys began to outline the issues of a case that strikes a chord about life in suburban Los Angeles.
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February 10, 1995
Amid heated debate over vigilante justice, self-defense and the shooting death last week of a teen-age tagger, a Superior Court jury on Thursday convicted a Chatsworth man of second-degree murder for killing a 16-year-old. Scott Howard Breverman, 24, had claimed he fired in self-defense Dec. 19, 1993, when the teen-agers retaliated for a fight the previous night by smashing his BMW, parked 10 feet from his front door, with bats and clubs.
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February 14, 1995
Simi Valley Councilwoman Sandi Webb was raped several years ago in a San Bernardino apartment complex. Despite her screams, none of the nearby residents came to her aid. Few of us (we hope) will ever experience such a horrible event, or such lousy neighbors. Good neighbors, in our mind, are those who band together in Neighborhood Watch groups to be on the lookout for strangers, who will call 911 and who will make enough of a racket to frighten an attacker away.
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December 20, 1993 | SCOTT GLOVER and CHIP JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A 23-year-old man remained in jail Sunday for investigation of murder after he allegedly shot and killed a 16-year-old Chatsworth boy who was among several youths who challenged the man to a fight Saturday night, police said. Investigators said a group of six to 10 youths taunted Scott Howard Breverman to come out of his Hiawatha Street home to fight and then began beating his silver BMW with pipes and sticks.
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February 10, 1995 | ANN W. O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Amid heated debate over vigilante justice, self-defense and the shooting death last week of a teen-age tagger, a San Fernando Superior Court jury Thursday convicted a Chatsworth man of second-degree murder for killing a 16-year-old when he shot at fleeing vandals. Scott Howard Breverman, 24, had claimed he fired in self-defense on Dec. 19, 1993, when the teen-agers retaliated for a fight the previous night by smashing his BMW, parked 10 feet from his front door, with bats and clubs.
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December 21, 1993 | JOSH MEYER and THOM MROZEK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A fistfight one night earlier apparently precipitated a confrontation that left one Chatsworth teen-ager dead and a man in jail on suspicion of murder, police said Monday. Police fanned out across the West Valley, searching for witnesses and a motive in the fatal shooting of Andy Suryaatmadja, a 16-year-old Chatsworth High School student.
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