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March 12, 1994
A group of Vietnamese American gang members have been charged with invading 19 homes and torturing the occupants to turn over valuables, police said Friday. Charges of robbery, burglary, assault and torture were filed this week against seven people who have been jailed since their arrests in December, Sgt. Ron Black of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said. The attacks took place between October and December.
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August 15, 1998 | BRETT JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ever since Tuteyanh Nguyen immigrated to Chatsworth from Vietnam in 1992, she has balanced her partially American upbringing with her desire to maintain a cultural connection to her homeland. To strengthen that link, she will be one of 15 girls of the Vietnamese Eucharistic Youth Council of St. Joseph the Worker parish performing traditional Vietnamese dances at the church this afternoon.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 15, 1998 | BRETT JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ever since Tuteyanh Nguyen immigrated to Chatsworth from Vietnam in 1992, she has balanced her partially American upbringing with her desire to maintain a cultural connection to her homeland. To strengthen that link, she will be one of 15 girls of the Vietnamese Eucharistic Youth Council of St. Joseph the Worker parish performing traditional Vietnamese dances at the church this afternoon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1995
Three Vietnamese gang members were sentenced in Pomona Superior Court on Friday to long prison terms for a series of home-invasion robberies in the San Gabriel Valley last year. An Nguyen, 21, the alleged ringleader, was sentenced by Judge Theodore Piatt to 53 years in state prison. Vu Nguyen, 21 and Vinh Tran, 22, each received 16 years. Piatt said the severe sentences reflected the brutality of the crimes, which targeted Asian families, especially the elderly and children.
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