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May 26, 1999
A tractor-trailer stolen in Northridge on Sunday with 45,000 pounds of frozen halibut was recovered empty Tuesday, police said. "All the cargo was gone," said Det. Marc Zavala of the Los Angeles Police Department. "The tractor and trailer appeared to be OK, but the fish was all taken." The halibut was estimated to be worth $138,000, Zavala said. The truck had transported the fish from Seattle and was parked Sunday night in the gated grounds of a small trucking company, J.S.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1999
A tractor-trailer stolen in Northridge on Sunday with 45,000 pounds of frozen halibut was recovered empty Tuesday, police said. "All the cargo was gone," said Det. Marc Zavala of the Los Angeles Police Department. "The tractor and trailer appeared to be OK, but the fish was all taken." The halibut was estimated to be worth $138,000, Zavala said. The truck had transported the fish from Seattle and was parked Sunday night in the gated grounds of a small trucking company, J.S.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 23, 1986
Five people were arrested in a drug raid in Pacoima in which detectives confiscated about $4,000 worth of rock cocaine and $4,000 worth of allegedly stolen property, Los Angeles County sheriff's officers said. Arrested Friday at their home in the 13400 block of Desmond Street were Adonis Jenkins, 53, his son Arthur Jenkins, 28, and Robin Johnson, 28, according to Sgt. Bob Wachsmuth of the sheriff's narcotics bureau.
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March 16, 1995 | ANN W. O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Scolding her sternly, a Municipal Court judge Wednesday sentenced Victoria Sellers, daughter of the late British comic actor Peter Sellers, to 180 days in jail for possessing enough methamphetamine to keep her awake for several days. "Miss Sellers, get a life," Judge Gregg Marcus told the teary-eyed, 30-year-old actress, magazine writer and onetime pal of convicted Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss in a courtroom packed with photographers from British news organizations.
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June 19, 2001 | STUART PFEIFER and JACK LEONARD, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
An appeals court has upheld the 25-years-to-life prison sentence a homeless parolee received under California's three-strikes law for stealing four cookies during a restaurant break-in. In a case that became a rallying point for opponents of the sentencing law, Kevin Thomas Weber received the mandatory sentence for the burglary at a Santa Ana restaurant.
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September 25, 1989 | EDWIN CHEN and LOIS TIMNICK, Times Staff Writers
Moments after Richard Ramirez's conviction in 13 serial murders, Los Angeles Homicide Detective Frank Salerno, who led the Night Stalker task force, mused: "We'll just never know" what drove Ramirez to commit the gruesome killings. But at least some tenuous clues as to what drove Ramirez may begin to emerge when the trial's penalty phase starts Wednesday.
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