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February 15, 1997 | From Associated Press
Attorneys were wading through 1,400 pages of evidence Friday for what is expected to be a long case against six men accused in a series of bombings intended to derail a drug case against one of them. "We know there are a myriad of issues that will have to be resolved in motions," Solano County Municipal Judge Luis Villarreal said after a brief arraignment hearing at which none of the suspects entered pleas. During the heavily guarded hearing, Villarreal said pleas will be entered in Vallejo Feb.
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September 4, 1997 | From Associated Press
A former track coach with a criminal record was arraigned Wednesday in the alleged rapes of four women, and a conviction could send him to prison for 35 years to life under the state's three-strikes law. Tony Ransom, who coached track at the girls-only Holy Names Catholic High School in Oakland, was arrested at his San Leandro home Monday in the Aug. 20 attack on a Chabot College student.
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September 4, 1997 | From Associated Press
A former track coach with a criminal record was arraigned Wednesday in the alleged rapes of four women, and a conviction could send him to prison for 35 years to life under the state's three-strikes law. Tony Ransom, who coached track at the girls-only Holy Names Catholic High School in Oakland, was arrested at his San Leandro home Monday in the Aug. 20 attack on a Chabot College student.
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February 15, 1997 | From Associated Press
Attorneys were wading through 1,400 pages of evidence Friday for what is expected to be a long case against six men accused in a series of bombings intended to derail a drug case against one of them. "We know there are a myriad of issues that will have to be resolved in motions," Solano County Municipal Judge Luis Villarreal said after a brief arraignment hearing at which none of the suspects entered pleas. During the heavily guarded hearing, Villarreal said pleas will be entered in Vallejo Feb.
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