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February 14, 2007 | Betty Hallock, Times Staff Writer
IN the deep of night when most of Los Angeles sleeps, Xuan Ngo -- his hands working with all the speed and precision of a veteran pastry chef -- intently cuts small squares of ganache, scrapes the seeds from Madagascar vanilla beans and candies tiny bits of freshly ground coffee for his Xuan Chocolates.
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February 14, 2007 | Betty Hallock, Times Staff Writer
IN the deep of night when most of Los Angeles sleeps, Xuan Ngo -- his hands working with all the speed and precision of a veteran pastry chef -- intently cuts small squares of ganache, scrapes the seeds from Madagascar vanilla beans and candies tiny bits of freshly ground coffee for his Xuan Chocolates.
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March 24, 1993 | ERIC YOUNG
Police in Oakland arrested the former boyfriend of a woman found strangled in her bedroom here, authorities said Tuesday. Hung Xuan Ngo, 26, approached police in an Oakland bus station Monday, saying, "I'm the one you're looking for," said Detective Terry Selinske. Westminster police had notified Oakland police that Ngo was possibly headed there after the body of Tram Bich Cao, 20, was discovered in her uncle's home, Selinske said.
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January 30, 2004 | David Haldane, Times Staff Writer
A Westminster motorcycle officer and a car's driver were killed Thursday when their vehicles collided in an intersection. The officer was Steven Phillips, 46, of Corona, and the driver was Ly Xuan Ngo, 71, of Garden Grove. "It's unclear" exactly what happened, Lt. Bill Lewis, a spokesman for the Westminster Police Department, said of the 4:30 p.m. crash at Trask Avenue and Jackson Street.
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September 3, 1999 | JASON KANDEL and PHIL WILLON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One of the victims wounded in Monday's bloody shooting that left two people dead at a Garden Grove auto accessories store was released Thursday afternoon from UCI Medical Center. Edward "Eddie" Kim, 18, of Garden Grove, was shot in the back while browsing through car stereo displays inside Robotek, an auto accessories shop on Brookhurst Street, when the gunman attacked. The bullet missed Kim's vital organs, and he is well enough to go home, UCI spokeswoman Kim Pine said.
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September 14, 1999 | JASON KANDEL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two weeks after a shooting that killed two people at a Garden Grove automotive store, police said Monday that they have no suspects in custody yet but are sifting through leads, including an interview with a man who placed an angry phone call to the shop owner 30 minutes before the shooting. Investigators say they have two composite sketches of a suspect and hope to narrow that to one.
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August 31, 1999 | SCOTT GOLD DANIEL YI and KATE FOLMAR, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The teenagers first heard the news Monday afternoon like most others in nearby neighborhoods, on TV: Six people had been shot at an auto accessories store in Garden Grove. Intrigued, they drove to the familiar Robotek store, where some of their friends had turned ordinary sedans into ornate, urban chariots. They didn't remain casual observers for long. "Oh, man," said 18-year-old Tri Dang. "That Tony's car. " And there, jutting awkwardly from under a police tarp, were Tung Xuan "Tony" Ngo's blue and white sneakers with orange laces.
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September 2, 1999 | JASON KANDEL and PHIL WILLON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Tips continued to pour into the Garden Grove Police Department on Wednesday about a bloody shooting that left two dead and four wounded at a small auto accessories store three days ago, but detectives were no closer to identifying a suspect or a motive for the brazen attack.
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November 28, 2007 | Betty Hallock and Leslie Brenner, Times Staff Writers
Amazing handmade bonbons from one of the best chocolatiers in California. Three artisan cheeses at peak deliciousness delivered every month to your favorite fromage fan. A whole prosciutto made in Iowa from Kurobuta pigs raised there. These gifts would make any food lover swoon, but you won't find them in L.A.'s toniest gourmet shops -- they're only available online. We searched the Internet for the most enticing edible gifts around and turned up an irresistible selection.
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September 1, 1999 | PHIL WILLON DANIEL YI and JASON KANDEL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The police investigation into the bloody rampage at an auto parts store focused Tuesday on an angry telephone call between the shop's owner and a disgruntled customer that occurred about half an hour before a gunman killed two and injured four there. Investigators, attempting to trace the call, believe that Monday's shooting might have been tied to the dispute with the owner, Charlie Kim, who neighboring business owners say often clashed with his young customers. Kim was wounded in the assault.
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August 31, 1999 | SCOTT GOLD and DANIEL YI and KATE FOLMAR, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The teens first heard the news Monday afternoon like most others in nearby neighborhoods, on TV: Six people had been shot at an auto accessories store in Garden Grove. Intrigued, they drove to the familiar Robotek store, where some of their friends had turned ordinary sedans into ornate urban chariots. They didn't remain casual observers for long. "Oh, man," said one of the teens, 18-year-old Tri Dang. "That's Tony's car."
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