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April 24, 1990 | MICHELLE NICOLOSI
City officials will meet tonight with residents concerned that the Fire Department took too long to arrive at a St. Patrick's Day fire that killed a woman and severely burned her boyfriend. Some of the residents have alleged that the Fire Department took more than 20 minutes to arrive at the early-morning fire at a 13th Street duplex that killed Gay Kenyon, 24, and injured Ralph Royston, 35.
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June 15, 1991 | SHANNON SANDS
Seal Beach residents would pay for false alarms, fire inspection permits and other fire-related services under an ordinance given preliminary approval by the City Council this week. Seal Beach is one of 14 cities that contracts with the Orange County Fire Department for fire services. Each of the cities was asked to pass an ordinance similar to the one approved by the County Board of Supervisors last July that set fees for extra duties performed by the Fire Department.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1991 | SHANNON SANDS
Seal Beach residents would pay for false alarms, fire inspection permits and other fire-related services under an ordinance given preliminary approval by the City Council this week. Seal Beach is one of 14 cities that contracts with the Orange County Fire Department for fire services. Each of the cities was asked to pass an ordinance similar to the one approved by the County Board of Supervisors last July that set fees for extra duties performed by the Fire Department.
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April 24, 1990 | MICHELLE NICOLOSI
City officials will meet tonight with residents concerned that the Fire Department took too long to arrive at a St. Patrick's Day fire that killed a woman and severely burned her boyfriend. Some of the residents have alleged that the Fire Department took more than 20 minutes to arrive at the early-morning fire at a 13th Street duplex that killed Gay Kenyon, 24, and injured Ralph Royston, 35.
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October 12, 1986 | Times staff writers Bill Billiter and Nancy Wride compiled the Week in Review stories
Gunshots fired into a San Juan Capistrano condominium last week killed an Orange County Fire Department arson investigator and wounded a 31-year-old woman. Police said K.C. Janulaitis, 43, a self-employed computer programmer from San Clemente, was suspected of firing the shots into the darkened bedroom of Barbara Lynn Clark at about 1:30 a.m. Saturday, hitting her and killing Dennis J. Donelson, 46, of Seal Beach.
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October 9, 1986 | TED APPEL, Times Staff Writer
More than 300 firefighters and police officers attended a funeral service Wednesday for Orange County fire inspector Dennis J. Donelson, who was shot to death in San Juan Capistrano early Saturday. Old No. 1, a 1929 La France parade fire engine bore Donelson's flag-covered coffin and led a motorcade of at least 30 fire engines from the Seal Beach fire station, where he had worked, to Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Cypress, said Capt. Ron Blaul, a spokesman for the Orange County Fire Department.
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October 6, 1986 | RAY PEREZ, Times Staff Writer
The prime suspect in the murder of an Orange County Fire Department arson investigator and the wounding of a woman was killed Sunday by U.S. Customs officers who tried to detain him as he returned to the United States, authorities said. San Diego Police Lt. William Skinner said K.C. Janulaitis, 42, of San Clemente was shot once in the head shortly before noon when he opened fire on two U.S. Customs agents who tried to detain him at the San Ysidro border crossing.
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October 7, 1986 | NANCY WRIDE and GARY JARLSON, Times Staff Writers
K.C. Janulaitis, shot to death Sunday by U.S. Customs officers while being sought as a suspect in the killing of an Orange County Fire Department arson investigator, was arrested last month in San Clemente for carrying a concealed weapon, authorities said Monday. Arson investigator Dennis J. Donelson, 46, was killed Saturday in the San Juan Capistrano apartment of Barbara Lynn Clark, 31, who was wounded in the incident.
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March 15, 1998 | PHIL DAVIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In a city where past political controversies spurred death threats against city leaders, the campaigns to fill four City Council seats on March 24 have been pretty mild. Sure, there's been some mudslinging, a criminal investigation, heated barbs at council meetings and the standard Seal Beach neighborhood infighting, but--aside from the recall race in College Park East--the campaigns are more laughs than snarls.
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