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November 1, 1992 | GARY GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former Westlake pediatrician has been convicted of three misdemeanor charges of sexual battery involving Ventura County women, but the jury deadlocked on three additional charges that he molested a Calabasas resident. After two days of deliberation, the Ventura County Municipal Court jury on Friday convicted Stuart M. Berlin, 35, of fondling the three women. Berlin faces up to 18 months in jail.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 1992 | GARY GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former Westlake pediatrician has been convicted of three misdemeanor charges of sexual battery involving Ventura County women, but the jury deadlocked on three additional charges that he molested a Calabasas resident. After two days of deliberation, the Ventura County Municipal Court jury on Friday convicted Stuart M. Berlin, 35, of fondling the three women. Berlin faces up to 18 months in jail.
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NEWS
June 2, 1989 | From Associated Press
A defense consultant and a former Navy engineer received 26-month sentences today for their roles in a bribery scheme to obtain secret bid information to help two private companies obtain lucrative Pentagon contracts. Consultant William A. Parkin, 65, and former Navy senior engineer Stuart Berlin, 51, were also fined $25,000 apiece by U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton for their roles in the scheme to help Teledyne Industries Inc. and Hazeltine Corp. obtain contracts. Assistant U.S. Atty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 31, 1992 | GARY GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former Westlake pediatrician was convicted Friday of three misdemeanor charges of sexual battery involving Ventura County women, but the jury deadlocked on three additional charges that he molested a Calabasas resident. After two days of deliberation, the Ventura County Municipal Court jury convicted Stuart M. Berlin, 35, of fondling the three women. Berlin faces up to 18 months in jail.
BUSINESS
April 10, 1989 | From Associated Press
Three California businessmen charged in the Pentagon corruption scandal "knew more than they wanted to admit they knew" about a scheme to bribe a Navy engineer, a prosecutor told a jury today. The defendants, all former executive vice presidents of Teledyne Electronics of Newbury Park, Calif., are accused of conspiracy, bribery and wire fraud in the first trial stemming from the government's nearly 3-year-old investigation of kickbacks and bribery in the Pentagon's purchasing system.
NEWS
January 6, 1989 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, Times Staff Writer
Federal prosecutors will ask a federal grand jury today to indict one Southern California defense contractor, a Navy official and two Pentagon lobbyists, sources told The Times, in what would be the first criminal charges to surface in connection with the massive Pentagon procurement scandal that rocked the defense establishment last year. The federal grand jury in Virginia is being asked to return charges of conspiracy, fraud and bribery against a division of Los Angeles-based Teledyne Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 31, 1992 | GARY GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former Westlake pediatrician was convicted Friday of three misdemeanor charges of sexual battery involving Ventura County women, but the jury deadlocked on three additional charges that he molested a Calabasas resident. After two days of deliberation, the Ventura County Municipal Court jury convicted Stuart M. Berlin, 35, of fondling the three women. Berlin faces up to 18 months in jail.
BUSINESS
January 5, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
Two defense contractors and as many as eight individuals will be indicted soon in the first criminal charges from the probe into the Pentagon purchasing scandal, federal law enforcement officials said today. The two-year investigation has centered on allegations that defense contractors and consultants illegally conspired to bribe Pentagon officials to obtain inside information that gave them an unfair edge in winning military contracts. A spokeswoman for U.S. Atty.
NEWS
March 31, 1989 | From Times wire services
Defense consultant Fred Lackner pleaded guilty today to conspiracy, bribery and fraud charges for funneling payoffs to a Navy contracting officer who used his influence to assist two companies seeking electronics business. Lackner became the 12th individual to plead guilty in the still-expanding Pentagon corruption investigation with only the first phase of prosecutions nearing completion.
NEWS
June 2, 1989 | From Associated Press
A defense consultant and a former Navy engineer received 26-month sentences today for their roles in a bribery scheme to obtain secret bid information to help two private companies obtain lucrative Pentagon contracts. Consultant William A. Parkin, 65, and former Navy senior engineer Stuart Berlin, 51, were also fined $25,000 apiece by U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton for their roles in the scheme to help Teledyne Industries Inc. and Hazeltine Corp. obtain contracts. Assistant U.S. Atty.
BUSINESS
April 10, 1989 | From Associated Press
Three California businessmen charged in the Pentagon corruption scandal "knew more than they wanted to admit they knew" about a scheme to bribe a Navy engineer, a prosecutor told a jury today. The defendants, all former executive vice presidents of Teledyne Electronics of Newbury Park, Calif., are accused of conspiracy, bribery and wire fraud in the first trial stemming from the government's nearly 3-year-old investigation of kickbacks and bribery in the Pentagon's purchasing system.
NEWS
January 6, 1989 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, Times Staff Writer
Federal prosecutors will ask a federal grand jury today to indict one Southern California defense contractor, a Navy official and two Pentagon lobbyists, sources told The Times, in what would be the first criminal charges to surface in connection with the massive Pentagon procurement scandal that rocked the defense establishment last year. The federal grand jury in Virginia is being asked to return charges of conspiracy, fraud and bribery against a division of Los Angeles-based Teledyne Co.
NEWS
January 13, 1989 | From Reuters
A federal judge today set March 27 for the trial of Southern California defense contractor Teledyne and six individuals after they pleaded innocent to bribery and conspiracy charges in the Pentagon fraud scandal. After the hearing, one defendant tried to dodge reporters by putting on a false beard and baseball cap. U.S. District Judge Richard Williams denied a motion by Teledyne Industries, a division of Teledyne Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 28, 1990 | ADRIANNE GOODMAN
Revenue from a cigarette tax imposed two years ago is helping to pay for an anti-smoking workshop for parents, teachers in the county's 20 school districts and other community workers who counsel school-age children. The workshop, sponsored by the Tobacco School-Community Cooperative, is intended to help teachers, school nurses, coaches and others prevent schoolchildren from smoking.
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