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December 20, 1988
Criminal charges were filed Monday against a Long Beach fumigation company and its owner for the death of a mentally disabled man asphyxiated by poisonous gas used to fumigate his home. Sunset Fumigation and owner Louis E. Tilley, 34, were charged by the Los Angeles city attorney with one count each of failing to secure the house against entry and of using a fumigant in a manner that conflicts with protective labeling. Company employees on Feb.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 20, 1988
Criminal charges were filed Monday against a Long Beach fumigation company and its owner for the death of a mentally disabled man asphyxiated by poisonous gas used to fumigate his home. Sunset Fumigation and owner Louis E. Tilley, 34, were charged by the Los Angeles city attorney with one count each of failing to secure the house against entry and of using a fumigant in a manner that conflicts with protective labeling. Company employees on Feb.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 4, 1989
Louis E. Tilley of Los Alamitos, owner of Sunset Fumigation of Long Beach, has been sentenced to serve 60 days in jail or 40 days picking up freeway trash in a criminal case stemming from the death of a mentally disabled man. The man was overcome by the poison gas used to kill termites in his Los Angeles home. The firm was also hit with $5,100 in fines and penalties on Tuesday by Los Angeles Municipal Court Commissioner Richard Sandoval. Tilley had pleaded no contest to a violation of the state Business and Professions Code, which specifies that it is a crime to fail to use effective secondary locks on a house being fumigated.
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May 4, 1989 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
The owner of a Long Beach fumigation company has been sentenced to 60 days in jail or 40 days of picking up trash along Los Angeles-area freeways in a criminal case stemming from the 1988 death of a mentally disabled man who was overcome by poison gas used to kill termites in his Southwest Los Angeles home. In addition, Sunset Fumigation, which is owned by Louis E. Tilley of Los Alamitos, was hit with $5,100 in fines and penalties on Tuesday by Los Angeles Municipal Court Commissioner Richard Sandoval.
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