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October 11, 1985 | HERBERT A. SAMPLE, Times Staff Writer
Documents filed Thursday in West Los Angeles Municipal Court disclosed that three of the four suspects jailed in the murders of two Thousand Oaks college students have confessed their roles in the crime and have fingered the fourth suspect as the trigger man. In the court documents, police said Deandre A. Brown, Donald R. Bennett and Damon L. Redmon named Stanley B. Davis as the gunman who shot the couple with a Uzi semi-automatic rifle.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 1985 | HERBERT A. SAMPLE, Times Staff Writer
Documents filed Thursday in West Los Angeles Municipal Court disclosed that three of the four suspects jailed in the murders of two Thousand Oaks college students have confessed their roles in the crime and have fingered the fourth suspect as the trigger man. In the court documents, police said Deandre A. Brown, Donald R. Bennett and Damon L. Redmon named Stanley B. Davis as the gunman who shot the couple with a Uzi semi-automatic rifle.
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September 29, 1987 | FREDERICK M. MUIR, Times Staff Writer
In a vacant field off Mulholland Drive, amid the usual roadside litter and within earshot of rumbling traffic on the San Diego Freeway, stand two simple wooden crosses. The memorials, with a few parched flowers at their base, mark the site where college students Brian Edward Harris and Michelle Ann Boyd were gunned down on a September night in 1985. Even with a fresh coat of white paint, the four-foot crosses are easily missed by commuters fighting the glare of the afternoon sun.
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March 30, 1989 | DENISE HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
A Newbury Park couple convicted of consumer fraud in Los Angeles three years ago are under investigation by the Ventura County district attorney's office for alleged theft and false representation in operating a custom-door business called Universal Woodworking, authorities said. "A lot of complaints were made to our office and . . . they were not insignificant complaints," said Senior Deputy Dist. Atty. Gregory W. Brose, who is in charge of consumer fraud prosecutions.
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