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August 22, 1992 | KAY SAILLANT
A Camarillo bank was robbed Friday by a man who fled with a undisclosed amount of cash, Sheriff's Department deputies reported. The robbery occurred at 5 p.m. when a man in his mid-20s entered the Security Pacific Bank at 5800 Santa Rosa Road and handed a teller a note demanding money, deputies said. The robber fled immediately after the cash was handed over. Witnesses did not report seeing a weapon, officials said.
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 14, 2013 | By Sean O'Connell
Long Beach's Pine Avenue has had its ups and downs over the last few decades. After a determined rebirth in the 1990s, a tide of prosperity rolled into the time-worn neighborhood with a bustling night life scene. That tide receded with newer developments elsewhere around town, and Pine Avenue fell into an awkward state of transition as it struggled to compete with amenities such as a Ferris wheel and a world class aquarium. However, the newly opened Federal Bar aims to bring revelers back to Pine Avenue by offering a restaurant and a music venue in the cavernous yet elegant Security Pacific National Bank building.
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BUSINESS
November 8, 2008 | E. Scott Reckard, Reckard is a Times staff writer.
Crippled by loans to Inland Empire developers and home builders, Security Pacific Bank of West Los Angeles was shut down Friday by regulators, who said L.A.-based Pacific Western Bank would take over its four branches. Depositors of the failed bank will have their $450 million in accounts transferred to 60-branch Pacific Western, which also is buying some of Security Pacific's loans, the California Department of Financial Institutions and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said.
BUSINESS
November 8, 2008 | E. Scott Reckard, Reckard is a Times staff writer.
Crippled by loans to Inland Empire developers and home builders, Security Pacific Bank of West Los Angeles was shut down Friday by regulators, who said L.A.-based Pacific Western Bank would take over its four branches. Depositors of the failed bank will have their $450 million in accounts transferred to 60-branch Pacific Western, which also is buying some of Security Pacific's loans, the California Department of Financial Institutions and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said.
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January 5, 2000 | EDMUND SANDERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Carl E. Hartnack, who began his career at Security Pacific Bank as a 17-year-old messenger and rose through the ranks to lead one of California's largest financial institutions, died Tuesday in Santa Barbara of Alzheimer's disease. He was 83. Hartnack, who retired as chairman of Los Angeles-based Security Pacific National Bank in 1982, oversaw the bank's statewide and international expansion, and was an advocate for the redevelopment of downtown Los Angeles in the 1970s.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 2000
Russell Adams Freeman, 67, the last general counsel of Security Pacific Bank and its parent corporation, who helped draft codes for bankers. A native of Albany, N.Y., who was educated at Amherst College, Albany Law School and USC, Freeman was in the legal department of Security First National Bank, which became Security Pacific, from 1959 until it merged with Bank of America in 1992.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 3, 1987
A Security Pacific Bank branch in the 700 block of Pacific Coast Highway was robbed at 12:40 p.m. Wednesday, authorities said. The robber ordered a teller to give him money, then fled on foot, police said. He was last seen running south on Pacific Coast Highway, they said. The robber was described as Caucasian, about six feet tall with a medium build and short blond hair, and wearing a thin beige jacket, a white T-shirt and dark blue pants, police said.
BUSINESS
May 22, 1993 | JOHN LIPPMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Vindicating Austin O. Furst, the 1980s Hollywood entrepreneur who saw his fast-growing movie and home video company collapse in bankruptcy, Inovision Inc. has been awarded $100 million in the out-of-court settlement of a 4-year old lawsuit against Security Pacific National Bank. The settlement, stemming from an alleged breach of contract over a promised loan, is believed to be one of the largest of its kind. Inovision's predecessor company, Vestron Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 2000
Russell Adams Freeman, 67, the last general counsel of Security Pacific Bank and its parent corporation, who helped draft codes for bankers. A native of Albany, N.Y., who was educated at Amherst College, Albany Law School and USC, Freeman was in the legal department of Security First National Bank, which became Security Pacific, from 1959 until it merged with Bank of America in 1992.
NEWS
January 5, 2000 | EDMUND SANDERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Carl E. Hartnack, who began his career at Security Pacific Bank as a 17-year-old messenger and rose through the ranks to lead one of California's largest financial institutions, died Tuesday in Santa Barbara of Alzheimer's disease. He was 83. Hartnack, who retired as chairman of Los Angeles-based Security Pacific National Bank in 1982, oversaw the bank's statewide and international expansion, and was an advocate for the redevelopment of downtown Los Angeles in the 1970s.
BUSINESS
May 22, 1993 | JOHN LIPPMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Vindicating Austin O. Furst, the 1980s Hollywood entrepreneur who saw his fast-growing movie and home video company collapse in bankruptcy, Inovision Inc. has been awarded $100 million in the out-of-court settlement of a 4-year old lawsuit against Security Pacific National Bank. The settlement, stemming from an alleged breach of contract over a promised loan, is believed to be one of the largest of its kind. Inovision's predecessor company, Vestron Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1992
An Oxnard man has been indicted on federal charges in connection with the robbery of a Security Pacific Bank in early November, FBI officials said. Gary William Cameron, 36, was charged Tuesday by a federal grand jury in Los Angeles with the Nov. 6 robbery of the Security Pacific Bank at 606 N. Ventura Road, officials said. The indictment resulted from an investigation by the FBI after two men robbed the same Security Pacific branch on Oct. 6.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1992 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
A man wearing aviator glasses and a motorcycle helmet held up a Thousand Oaks bank Tuesday and escaped with an undisclosed amount of money, authorities said. The robber entered the Security Pacific Bank on Moorpark Road at 3 p.m. and presented a teller with a demand note, said Ventura Sheriff's Detective Ernie Montagna. The man, who appeared to be about 27 years old and was described as slender, was also wearing jeans, a black T-shirt and white high-top tennis shoes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1992 | KAY SAILLANT
A Camarillo bank was robbed Friday by a man who fled with a undisclosed amount of cash, Sheriff's Department deputies reported. The robbery occurred at 5 p.m. when a man in his mid-20s entered the Security Pacific Bank at 5800 Santa Rosa Road and handed a teller a note demanding money, deputies said. The robber fled immediately after the cash was handed over. Witnesses did not report seeing a weapon, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1988
The so-called Hillcrest bandit struck for the 21st time Thursday when he robbed a Security Pacific Bank branch in the area, San Diego police spokesman Bill Robinson said. He said that shortly after 1 p.m., the bandit robbed the Security Pacific Bank at 350 University Ave., getting away with $1,511. The suspect, 6-foot-4 inches and 180 pounds, escaped in a car and was last seen westbound on University Avenue, Robinson said. The man is suspected of robbing 20 other area banks in the last year.
BUSINESS
July 31, 1990
Deposit yield--Security Pacific Bank's annual yield on its one-year certificate of deposit account, with a balance of $2,500 or more, is 7.87%. Because of erroneous information supplied by the bank, the figure was incorrectly stated in Saturday's Key Rates chart.
BUSINESS
July 8, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Sale of Bank Branches Approved: West One Bancorp said it received approval from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to buy 32 Security Pacific Bank branches, six Security Pacific Savings Bank branches and certain other Security Pacific business units in Washington state. West One will assume about $1.3 billion in deposit liabilities and about $800 million in loans from Security Pacific. The transaction is part of a previously reported agreement that was signed April 2. West One, which has $5.
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