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October 24, 1991
A Dec. 2 preliminary hearing has been set for four defendants accused in the series of five San Gabriel Valley kidnap-murders dubbed the "mall murders." The four defendants--John Lewis, Vincent Hubbard, Robin Machuca and Eileen Huber--appeared briefly Wednesday in Citrus Municipal Court in West Covina with their attorneys. Judge Fred Felix said the hearing will take one week. Felix kept in place a gag order sealing the case and preventing attorneys from talking to reporters.
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January 21, 1993 | VICKI TORRES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three of the four people convicted of a brutal 1991 kidnap-and-murder rampage dubbed the "mall murders" were spared the death sentence Wednesday by a Pomona jury that--in an unusual move--issued a plea against child abuse. After deliberating for less than a day, the Superior Court jurors recommended life in state prison without possibility of parole for Vincent Hubbard, 27; Robbin Machuca, 27, and Eileen Huber, 21.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 1991
Additional murder charges and conspiracy charges have been filed against suspects in the so-called "mall murders," the three summer killings in the San Gabriel Valley. John Lewis, 21, and Eileen Huber, 20, were charged in the July 5 murder and robbery in Monrovia of Jose Avina, 22, of Norwalk. Lewis also was charged in the Aug. 4 robbery and murder of Augustine Ramirez, 53, of West Covina.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 24, 1991
A Dec. 2 preliminary hearing has been set for four defendants accused in the series of five San Gabriel Valley kidnap-murders dubbed the "mall murders." The four defendants--John Lewis, Vincent Hubbard, Robin Machuca and Eileen Huber--appeared briefly Wednesday in Citrus Municipal Court in West Covina with their attorneys. Judge Fred Felix said the hearing will take one week. Felix kept in place a gag order sealing the case and preventing attorneys from talking to reporters.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 21, 1993 | VICKI TORRES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three of the four people convicted of a brutal 1991 kidnap-and-murder rampage dubbed the "mall murders" were spared the death sentence Wednesday by a Pomona jury that--in an unusual move--issued a plea against child abuse. After deliberating for less than a day, the Superior Court jurors recommended life in state prison without possibility of parole for Vincent Hubbard, 27; Robbin Machuca, 27, and Eileen Huber, 21.
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September 22, 1991 | LAURIE BECKLUND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Lewis sat in the chilly Sheriff's Department interview room with a cup of coffee, a jailhouse blanket over his shoulders and a veteran homicide detective's intense blue eyes staring him in the face. The detective, Sgt. Mike Lee, watched as the man he had been hunting for six days straight confessed on videotape to a series of random "mall murders" that had terrorized the San Gabriel Valley in late August. At one point, a single silent sob racked Lewis' body.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 18, 1991
A gag order has been placed on criminal proceedings against four suspects charged in three kidnapings and murders of San Gabriel Valley residents. Citrus Municipal Judge Fred Felix, who on Sept. 5 sealed records in the so-called "mall murders" case, issued the new order Monday. Deputy Public Defender Lynn Storing, who represents defendant John Lewis, sought the order. Lewis, 21, and three others--Eileen Huber, 20; Vincent Hubbard, 26, and Robin Machuca, 26--return to court Sept.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1991
Four suspects accused of five San Gabriel Valley kidnapings and slayings dubbed the "mall murders" are expected to be arraigned in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday and a trial date set after indictments by the Los Angeles County grand jury are unsealed. The four--John Lewis, Vincent Hubbard, Eileen Huber and Robin Machuca--are accused of a summer crime spree from July 5 through Aug. 27.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1991
Four suspects accused of five San Gabriel Valley kidnapings and slayings called the "mall murders" pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles Superior Court Thursday after being indicted by the county grand jury. The four--John Lewis, Vincent Hubbard, Eileen Huber and Robbin Machuca--also pleaded not guilty to new criminal charges added to the alleged summer crime rampage. The new charges involve a couple robbed and kidnaped Aug.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 4, 1993 | VICKI TORRES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The young ringleader of a group dubbed the "mall murderers" was sentenced Wednesday to death and his three cohorts were ordered to spend their lives in prison for a series of slayings and kidnapings in the San Gabriel Valley in 1991. John Irving Lewis, 22, handcuffed with his feet shackled in chains, sat impassively as Pomona Superior Court Judge Clarence Stromwall said he must die in the gas chamber at San Quentin State Prison.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 1991
Additional murder charges and conspiracy charges have been filed against suspects in the so-called "mall murders," the three summer killings in the San Gabriel Valley. John Lewis, 21, and Eileen Huber, 20, were charged in the July 5 murder and robbery in Monrovia of Jose Avina, 22, of Norwalk. Lewis also was charged in the Aug. 4 robbery and murder of Augustine Ramirez, 53, of West Covina.
NEWS
September 22, 1991 | LAURIE BECKLUND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Lewis sat in the chilly Sheriff's Department interview room with a cup of coffee, a jailhouse blanket over his shoulders and a veteran homicide detective's intense blue eyes staring him in the face. The detective, Sgt. Mike Lee, watched as the man he had been hunting for six days straight confessed on videotape to a series of random "mall murders" that had terrorized the San Gabriel Valley in late August. At one point, a single silent sob racked Lewis' body.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 12, 2002 | LEWIS SEGAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jiri Kylian's magnificent Nederlands Dans Theater already operates two satellite companies in the Hague, but a splendid performance Sunday by Hubbard Street Dance Chicago suggested that the Windy City now holds a fourth Nederlands ensemble--or at least an unofficial new spinoff. Hubbard Street artistic director Jim Vincent came to Chicago in 2000 after a career that included 12 years as a dancer and ballet master with Nederlands.
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November 24, 1991 | VICKI TORRES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four suspects accused of five San Gabriel Valley kidnapings and slayings called the "mall murders" have pleaded not guilty after being indicted by a Los Angeles County Grand Jury. The four--John Lewis, Vincent Hubbard, Eileen Huber and Robbin Machuca--also entered similar pleas in Los Angeles Superior Court to new criminal charges in the summer crime rampage. The new allegations involve a young couple who were robbed and kidnaped at gunpoint Aug. 14 in West Covina.
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