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November 8, 2013 | By Tony Perry
San Diego County prosecutors are attempting to keep one of the region's most infamous rapists in custody even though he has served 25 years in prison and is set for parole. At a Superior Court hearing Friday, the judge set a Dec. 19 hearing on whether Alvin Ray Quarles should be released or determined to be a "sexually violent predator" and sent to a state hospital for sex offenders until he is judged to no longer be a threat to the public. "Protecting our community from sexually violent predators is a priority for the D.A.'s office and we're working diligently to have this defendant committed to a state hospital for an indeterminate term," district attorney's spokesman Steve Walker said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 2013 | By Tony Perry
San Diego County prosecutors are attempting to keep one of the region's most infamous rapists in custody even though he has served 25 years in prison and is set for parole. At a Superior Court hearing Friday morning, the judge set a Dec. 19 hearing on whether Alvin Ray Quarles should be released or determined to be a "sexually violent predator" and sent to a state hospital for sex offenders until he is judged to no longer be a threat to the public. "Protecting our community from sexually violent predators is a priority for the DA's office and we're working diligently to have this defendant committed to a state hospital for an indeterminate term," said district attorney spokesman Steve Walker.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 2013 | By Tony Perry
San Diego County prosecutors are attempting to keep one of the region's most infamous rapists in custody even though he has served 25 years in prison and is set for parole. At a Superior Court hearing Friday morning, the judge set a Dec. 19 hearing on whether Alvin Ray Quarles should be released or determined to be a "sexually violent predator" and sent to a state hospital for sex offenders until he is judged to no longer be a threat to the public. "Protecting our community from sexually violent predators is a priority for the DA's office and we're working diligently to have this defendant committed to a state hospital for an indeterminate term," said district attorney spokesman Steve Walker.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 2013 | By Tony Perry
San Diego County prosecutors are attempting to keep one of the region's most infamous rapists in custody even though he has served 25 years in prison and is set for parole. At a Superior Court hearing Friday, the judge set a Dec. 19 hearing on whether Alvin Ray Quarles should be released or determined to be a "sexually violent predator" and sent to a state hospital for sex offenders until he is judged to no longer be a threat to the public. "Protecting our community from sexually violent predators is a priority for the D.A.'s office and we're working diligently to have this defendant committed to a state hospital for an indeterminate term," district attorney's spokesman Steve Walker said.
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July 16, 1990 | JANET RAE-DUPREE and EDWARD J. BOYER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As lightning lacerated the darkening sky over Mt. Whitney and thunderclaps started a deafening roll, the 13 hikers saw the old stone hut with its corrugated metal roof as a welcome refuge from the drenching downpour. It nearly became their tomb. "I was sitting on the floor, my back against one of the walls," said Edward (E.J.) Wueherer, a hiker from Tehachapi. "All of a sudden I saw this flash and I felt this jolt like on my funny bone, and my toe started burning.
SPORTS
December 26, 1996
Steve Walker, a graduate student who played at Long Beach State in 1995-96, has been named Westminster High School boys' volleyball coach. Walker, 23, has coached club volleyball in the area the past three years. In 1996, he coached the boys' 18s and the girls' 16s at Surf City Volleyball Club in Huntington Beach. A setter who graduated from Newport Harbor High and Golden West College, he was named All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation in 1995.
SPORTS
November 15, 1995
What's a 10-year-old going to do with his own fishing boat, motor and trailer? First, find somebody to tow it for him. Jeffrey Schumacher of Orange wound up with that happy problem when he won the Super Fish Fishermen's Club final fish-off of the year at Irvine Lake. He used Power Bait and nightcrawlers to catch a 7 1/2-pound rainbow trout. The best his adult rivals could do were a 7.3 by Francisco Carrillo and 7.1s by Steve Walker and Herb Lloyd.
SPORTS
September 8, 1990 | KIM KUTCHER
Laguna Beach was outmanned and outmaneuvered in a 41-7 loss to Newport Harbor at Davidson Field Friday night. Newport Harbor, behind the passing of Steve Walker and the kicking of Josh Klein, dominated the Artists in the season opener for both teams. Laguna Beach quarterback Morgan Lanchantin was held to 53 yards passing in the first half, was intercepted twice and sacked five times.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 1998 | GEOFF BOUCHER
Two Anaheim teenagers were arrested early Thursday in connection with six car break-ins and are suspected in more than 30 auto burglaries in the city's north end, police said. David James Busch, 18, and a 15-year-old boy were arrested about 3 a.m. as they allegedly cased cars in an alley along the 1800 block of West Gramercy Avenue, according to Anaheim Police Lt. Steve Walker.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1993
A motorcycle police officer on his way to investigate a traffic accident was involved in one himself Friday evening when a driver making a U-turn struck him, police said. Anaheim Sgt. Steve Walker, 42, was traveling in the 4300 block of East La Palma Avenue at 6:30 p.m. in the middle lane when a Cadillac in the slow lane made an illegal left U-turn, Sgt. Kirt Robertson said. Walker collided with it. Walker was able to call Anaheim police dispatch on his radio and let them know he was injured.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 16, 1997 | STEVE CARNEY
Anaheim police arrested a man and four women at a home that reportedly served as a brothel, where women brought illegally from Mexico were forced into prostitution, police said. Neighbors complained about suspicious activity at the home in the 100 block of Tiller Avenue, Anaheim Police Sgt. Steve Walker said. After undercover officers went there and were propositioned, they arrested Bang Thanh Bui, 25, of Garden Grove on suspicion of pimping and pandering, police announced Monday.
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