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October 16, 1994 | TRACY WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rookie Officer Daniel Binyon was on a routine shoplifting call at the Lucky supermarket Saturday night when the shouts started: A BB-gun-toting man claiming to be a woman was outside ramming a shopping cart into his police cruiser. Binyon, just three months on the job, sprinted outside to find someone slamming a cart into his car and yelling that he/she "didn't like Democrats or Republicans," according to Buena Park Lt. Michael Schwartz.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 1994 | TRACY WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rookie Officer Daniel Binyon was on a routine shoplifting call at the Lucky supermarket Saturday night when the shouts started: A BB-gun-toting man claiming to be a woman was outside ramming a shopping cart into his police cruiser. Binyon, just three months on the job, sprinted outside to find someone slamming a cart into his car and yelling that he/she "didn't like Democrats or Republicans," according to Buena Park Lt. Michael Schwartz.
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SPORTS
December 31, 1993 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI
UC Irvine basketball players Zuri Williams and Todd Whitehead will remain suspended indefinitely because of a petty theft citation the players received Dec. 13, Assistant Athletic Director Bob Olson said Thursday. The players, who sat out Irvine's 86-78 upset of Iowa Wednesday, were cited at the Robinson's-May store at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa for an alleged shoplifting incident. They must appear in municipal court on or before Jan. 20 and face fines if convicted.
SPORTS
December 31, 1993 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI
UC Irvine basketball players Zuri Williams and Todd Whitehead will remain suspended indefinitely because of a petty theft citation the players received Dec. 13, Assistant Athletic Director Bob Olson said Thursday. The players, who sat out Irvine's 86-78 upset of Iowa Wednesday, were cited at the Robinson's-May store at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa for an alleged shoplifting incident. They must appear in municipal court on or before Jan. 20 and face fines if convicted.
NEWS
December 23, 1988 | KAREN NEWELL YOUNG, Karen Newell Young is a regular contributor to Orange County Life
The guy in the striped shirt kept looking around as he tried on a sweater in the men's department of the Broadway. All that craning caught the attention of the store's security chief and, in the camera room two floors up, she zoomed in on him with two of her closed-circuit TV cameras. As loss prevention manager, Rose Culp has spent most of the holiday season spying on customers from her bank of 21 closed-circuit TV monitors.
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