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May 4, 2001 | Associated Press
More than 3,300 blank birth certificates were apparently stolen from a locked safe at the Texas Department of Health. U.S. embassies, immigration officials and motor vehicle offices were warned to watch out for the certificates, which were stolen in late January and can be identified by their serial numbers. The forms could be used to set up false identities or establish citizenship for illegal immigrants, officials said. So far, none has turned up.
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May 4, 2001 | Associated Press
More than 3,300 blank birth certificates were apparently stolen from a locked safe at the Texas Department of Health. U.S. embassies, immigration officials and motor vehicle offices were warned to watch out for the certificates, which were stolen in late January and can be identified by their serial numbers. The forms could be used to set up false identities or establish citizenship for illegal immigrants, officials said. So far, none has turned up.
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December 1, 1987 | ANTHONY PERRY, Times Staff Writer
The city manager in Solana Beach announced Monday that he has rejected a request from Richard Henry Vander to run a nightclub for teen-agers in the wake of Vander's arrest at the club Nov. 13 for allegedly possessing cocaine and being a felon in possession of a firearm. "There is no denying there was a loaded weapon and a controlled substance on the premises," City Manager Michael Huse said. "At this point, those two facts are enough for us to deny the permit.
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October 10, 1987 | ANTHONY PERRY, Times Staff Writer
When the Distillery West nightspot opened in Solana Beach in April, it attracted an instant following among the restless teen-agers of North County, lured by the music and dancing and also by the glib, forceful personality of club manager Richard Henry Vander. Vander, 35, a short and muscular man with skull and dagger tattoos crawling up his arms, said he wanted his club to be a haven for teens trying to stay away from alcohol and drugs.
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November 14, 1987 | ANTHONY PERRY, Times Staff Writer
Richard Henry Vander was arrested Friday at his Solana Beach teen disco on suspicion of possession of cocaine and being a felon in possession of a firearm, just a week after winning city approval to reopen the disco over opposition from the Sheriff's Department. Solana Beach officials immediately said they would re-evaluate Vander's controversial bid to run Distillery West as a non-alcoholic nightclub for youths age 16 to 20.
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