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April 6, 1993 | ERIC YOUNG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
George L. Argyros Jr., the son of a prominent real estate developer, faces criminal charges in Idaho alleging that he used an Orange County Sheriff's Advisory Council medallion to force a motorist off the road and threaten him with arrest, authorities said Monday. Argyros, 28, of Newport Beach, whose father is George Argyros, head of Arnel Development Co.
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September 9, 1996 | SHELBY GRAD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Government reform activists are raising concerns about a county policy quietly approved last month by the Board of Supervisors that permits Sheriff's Department employees to engage in fund-raising activities for a nonprofit organization while on duty.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 9, 1996 | SHELBY GRAD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Government reform activists are raising concerns about a county policy quietly approved last month by the Board of Supervisors that permits Sheriff's Department employees to engage in fund-raising activities for a nonprofit organization while on duty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 6, 1993 | ERIC YOUNG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
George L. Argyros Jr., the son of a prominent real estate developer, faces criminal charges in Idaho alleging that he used an Orange County Sheriff's Advisory Council medallion to force a motorist off the road and threaten him with arrest, authorities said Monday. Argyros, 28, of Newport Beach, whose father is George Argyros, head of Arnel Development Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1990 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sheriff Brad Gates' hopes to build a training center for narcotics officers at remote Rancho del Rio--apparently dashed last month when the Board of Supervisors voted to sell the property--may not be dead just yet. The Sheriff's Advisory Council, a nonprofit organization of about 600 friends and supporters of Gates, is trying to come up with enough money to buy the 213-acre South County property, a member of the council's board said Tuesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 1986 | John Needham
The Board of Supervisors has approved a request to establish a privately financed memorial for county police officers killed in line of duty. "This memorial will express our appreciation for the valiant efforts our law enforcement officers have undertaken to keep the peace, including the laying down of their own lives," said Supervisor Ralph B. Clark, board chairman. County officials said the memorial probably will be placed in the Plaza of the Flags area in the Santa Ana Civic Center.
NEWS
March 14, 1993
I read with interest the article by Howard Blume and Candis Fields, "Finding Middle Ground" (Times, Feb. 14) What they neglected to mention is that the formation of the council of residents to advise the sheriff, as well as the process of screening and selecting members, was the result of efforts of the South Whittier Community Coordinating Council. The SWCCC is a grass-roots organization of resident volunteers. For several years the president, Victor Ledesma, in cooperation with the Board of Supervisors and the City of Santa Fe Springs, has given his full-time unpaid commitment to activities to better the community.
NEWS
March 14, 1993
I read with interest the article by Howard Blume and Candis Fields, "Finding Middle Ground" (Times, Feb. 14) What they neglected to mention is that the formation of the council of residents to advise the sheriff, as well as the process of screening and selecting members, was the result of efforts of the South Whittier Community Coordinating Council. The SWCCC is a grass-roots organization of resident volunteers. For several years the president, Victor Ledesma, in cooperation with the Board of Supervisors and the City of Santa Fe Springs, has given his full-time unpaid commitment to activities to better the community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1990 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sheriff Brad Gates' hopes to build a training center for narcotics officers at remote Rancho del Rio--apparently dashed last month when the Board of Supervisors voted to sell the property--may not be dead just yet. The Sheriff's Advisory Council, a nonprofit organization of about 600 friends and supporters of Gates, is trying to come up with enough money to buy the 213-acre South County property, a member of the council's board said Tuesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 1986 | John Needham
The Board of Supervisors has approved a request to establish a privately financed memorial for county police officers killed in line of duty. "This memorial will express our appreciation for the valiant efforts our law enforcement officers have undertaken to keep the peace, including the laying down of their own lives," said Supervisor Ralph B. Clark, board chairman. County officials said the memorial probably will be placed in the Plaza of the Flags area in the Santa Ana Civic Center.
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