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June 21, 1991
Seven employees at five Antelope Valley businesses are facing misdemeanor charges for buying jewelry from an undercover sheriff's deputy without having secondhand dealer licenses or requiring proper identification, deputies said Thursday. Sheriff's deputies said the sting operation was aimed at closing down unlicensed outlets where burglars could sell stolen goods without leaving any records.
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December 5, 2000 | HUGO MARTIN and JENNIFER MENA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The illegal drugs were stashed under a counter near the cash register in a cramped meat market in Cypress Park, police said. The undercover officer didn't speak a secret code word. He simply said he needed something for a cold. According to police, the man behind the counter then handed the officer a few tablets of ampicillin, an antibiotic that by law can be prescribed only by a doctor.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 5, 2000 | HUGO MARTIN and JENNIFER MENA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The illegal drugs were stashed under a counter near the cash register in a cramped meat market in Cypress Park, police said. The undercover officer didn't speak a secret code word. He simply said he needed something for a cold. According to police, the man behind the counter then handed the officer a few tablets of ampicillin, an antibiotic that by law can be prescribed only by a doctor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 21, 1991
Seven employees at five Antelope Valley businesses are facing misdemeanor charges for buying jewelry from an undercover sheriff's deputy without having secondhand dealer licenses or requiring proper identification, deputies said Thursday. Sheriff's deputies said the sting operation was aimed at closing down unlicensed outlets where burglars could sell stolen goods without leaving any records.
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