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October 24, 1995
A Venice man was sentenced Monday to 25 years to life for stealing four cartons of cigarettes from a grocery store in Marina del Rey. Alan Lee Stark, 36, was tried and convicted under the "three strikes" law. Stark has been convicted of at least seven felonies since 1977, said Deputy Dist. Atty. Darren R. Levine. Stark's undoing was the $72 in cigarettes that he was convicted of stealing from an Alpha Beta store in December.
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June 7, 1996
Los Angeles police officers are trying to cap what they say could become a growing problem in the San Fernando Valley: liquor store clerks buying scotch, vodka and tequila stolen from supermarkets. West Valley vice officers arrested two liquor store employees in Reseda on Wednesday after they allegedly bought premium booze for $5 a bottle from undercover officers posing as drug addicts. One of the employees even gave the officer orders for particular kinds of liquor, said Sgt.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 7, 1996
Los Angeles police officers are trying to cap what they say could become a growing problem in the San Fernando Valley: liquor store clerks buying scotch, vodka and tequila stolen from supermarkets. West Valley vice officers arrested two liquor store employees in Reseda on Wednesday after they allegedly bought premium booze for $5 a bottle from undercover officers posing as drug addicts. One of the employees even gave the officer orders for particular kinds of liquor, said Sgt.
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June 7, 1996 | BETH SHUSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles police officers are trying to cap what they say could become a growing problem in the San Fernando Valley: liquor store clerks buying whiskey, vodka and tequila stolen from local supermarkets. West Valley vice officers arrested two liquor store employees Wednesday after they allegedly bought premium booze for $5 a bottle from undercover officers posing as drug addicts. One of the employees even gave the officer orders for particular kinds of liquor, said Sgt.
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June 7, 1996 | BETH SHUSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles police officers are trying to cap what they say could become a growing problem in the San Fernando Valley: liquor store clerks buying whiskey, vodka and tequila stolen from local supermarkets. West Valley vice officers arrested two liquor store employees Wednesday after they allegedly bought premium booze for $5 a bottle from undercover officers posing as drug addicts. One of the employees even gave the officer orders for particular kinds of liquor, said Sgt.
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April 26, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
Actress Shelley Morrison, who plays the maid Rosario Salazar on the television situation comedy "Will & Grace," has been arrested on suspicion of felony shoplifting, Los Angeles police said Friday. Morrison, 66, was booked under the name Rachel Dominguez and released after she posted $20,000 bail, Officer Don Cox said. The theft allegedly occurred Wednesday at Robinsons-May in the Westside Pavilion on Pico Boulevard at Overland Avenue, Cox said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 24, 1995
A Venice man was sentenced Monday to 25 years to life for stealing four cartons of cigarettes from a grocery store in Marina del Rey. Alan Lee Stark, 36, was tried and convicted under the "three strikes" law. Stark has been convicted of at least seven felonies since 1977, said Deputy Dist. Atty. Darren R. Levine. Stark's undoing was the $72 in cigarettes that he was convicted of stealing from an Alpha Beta store in December.
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