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August 29, 1989 | PENELOPE McMILLAN, Times Staff Writer
Three months ago, Clarabel Basicllo's landlord told her that she had to leave the tiny room she rented for 30 years at the Earl Roy Hotel on Skid Row. Deaf, mute and using a wheelchair, Basicllo had no place to go and no money. But after only 24 hours' notice, her landlord literally put the 58-year-old woman out on the street with her few belongings, she alleges in a lawsuit filed Monday.
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August 29, 1989 | PENELOPE McMILLAN, Times Staff Writer
Three months ago, Clarabel Basicllo's landlord told her that she had to leave the tiny room she rented for 30 years at the Earl Roy Hotel on Skid Row. Deaf, mute and using a wheelchair, Basicllo had no place to go and no money. But after only 24 hours' notice, her landlord literally put the 58-year-old woman out on the street with her few belongings, she alleges in a lawsuit filed Monday.
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October 15, 1987
Mendocino County authorities suspect that a recent outbreak of violence--including a slaying, a pipe-bomb incident and shots fired at firefighters--may be linked to marijuana trafficking. Sheriff Tim Shea said that Stephen Michael Neff, 25, was wounded in the neck and thigh at his rural home 25 miles northwest of Laytonville when he investigated a pipe bomb that exploded on the porch of his home.
NEWS
September 22, 1985
A special weapons team accompanied by two police dogs spent three hours searching a supermarket for a robbery suspect who had apparently escaped four hours before when her alleged accomplice was arrested, authorities reported. Two employees of the Hughes El Rancho Market at 1401 Huntington Drive in South Pasadena were rescued from the building's roof by helicopter and seven others escaped from the store, Deputy Steven Lee said.
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September 22, 1985
An 8-year-old Carson girl, who had been reported missing for more than a week, returned to Los Angeles Saturday aboard a jet from Miami. FBI agents in Miami put Tiffanie Jean Odell on a flight to Los Angeles International Airport, where she was met by her mother and stepfather, said Deputy Steven Lee of the Sheriff's Information Bureau. The child had been spirited away from her school in Wilmington on Sept.
NEWS
September 22, 1985
Two teen-age brothers installing a television antenna atop an aluminum roof were electrocuted when the device fell into several high-voltage power lines, authorities said. Christopher Cacioppo, 16, and Dominick Cacioppo, 19, died shortly after the noon accident at their home in the 9500 block of East Woodford Street in Pico Rivera, Sheriff's Deputy Steven Lee said. The boys had climbed atop an aluminum roof to secure the television antenna, Lee said.
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February 6, 1994
A Lancaster man has been arrested on suspicion of killing a clothing store manager whose body was found last Monday in his Palmdale home, sheriff's deputies said Saturday. Raymond Beltran, 22, was being held without bail at the Antelope Valley Sheriff's Station following his arrest Friday afternoon in the shooting death of Steven Lee Stewart. The slain man's body was discovered by a co-worker Monday night after he failed to show up for work, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Irma Becerra said.
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February 2, 1994
Sheriff's homicide investigators searched Tuesday for the roommate of a 38-year-old man found shot to death in his home, authorities said. However, Sgt. Robert Stoneman, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, emphasized that the roommate, Anthony Lopez, 25, was not a suspect in the slaying. "We really want to find him because he may be able to shed some light on what led up to this murder," Stoneman said.
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July 11, 1987 | From United Press International
A man who hitched a ride on a freight train slipped under its wheels early Friday, losing both feet, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies said. Kenneth Alan Wright, 19, was taken to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, where he was listed in serious but stable condition. Sheriff's Deputy Steven Lee said Wright had hitched a ride on the train and was trying to jump off near the 4000 block of West 167th Street in Lawndale about 3:30 a.m. when he slipped under its wheels.
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August 9, 1998 | MICHAEL LUO, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Imagine a family with almost 100 million members worldwide. Lined up side by side for a family photo, the relatives would stretch around the world one and a half times. The Lee family--or Li, depending on how you transliterate it from Chinese--is so big it even has its own credit union, worth $22 million. It is considered taboo for a Lee to marry another Lee. "Technically speaking, when you're married to a Lee, you're not expanding. You're downsizing.
BUSINESS
February 18, 1998 | A Times staff writer
Steven U. Lee, vice president of marketing for PepsiCo's Frito-Lay International--Asia Pacific division, has been named vice president of consumer marketing and planning for the Los Angeles Times. Lee will oversee the newspaper's consumer promotion and marketing, public affairs, and marketing research departments.
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