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May 28, 1988 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY, Times Staff Writer
Richard Finley and his wife, Roxy, drove to the police station in the Alfa Romeo. The Ferrari was in the shop. The police had asked them to come in because Roxy had called the day before to report a neighborhood disturbance. Roxy was no stranger to the police. She called often to complain when children on dirt bikes went screaming up the trail behind their house. And if the police did not respond fast enough, she would take it to the City Council. Roxy was like that. She got involved.
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May 28, 1988 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY, Times Staff Writer
Richard Finley and his wife, Roxy, drove to the police station in the Alfa Romeo. The Ferrari was in the shop. The police had asked them to come in because Roxy had called the day before to report a neighborhood disturbance. Roxy was no stranger to the police. She called often to complain when children on dirt bikes went screaming up the trail behind their house. And if the police did not respond fast enough, she would take it to the City Council. Roxy was like that. She got involved.
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June 11, 1988 | United Press International
A 41-year-old man pleaded guilty Friday to three federal charges and agreed to pay restitution for embezzling about $1.1 million from an Iowa credit union in 1983. "I'm glad to have one more step out of the way. I think it was fair," Steven Hadley, 41, said as he left the federal courthouse.
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October 3, 1989 | JOHN M. BRODER, Times Staff Writer
U.S. and Soviet defense chiefs met in Washington for the first time ever Monday, engaging in a broad discussion of superpower military doctrine and defense spending. Defense Secretary Dick Cheney and Soviet Defense Minister Dmitri T. Yazov exchanged information on how defense policy is made in their respective countries, military strategy and doctrine and defense budgets and production, according to U.S. officials who attended the sessions at the Pentagon.
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March 27, 2008 | Alexandra Zavis and Peter Spiegel, Times Staff Writers
Prime Minister Nouri Maliki gave Shiite Muslim militiamen in Basra three days to surrender as fighting raged Wednesday in the southern Shiite heartland and parts of Baghdad, leaving more than 80 people dead in two days. Basra residents trapped in their homes by raging gun battles worried that food was running out with no end in sight to the clashes between Iraqi security forces and followers of radical Shiite cleric Muqtada Sadr and other armed factions.
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