through 1999. She had pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy and
one count of subscribing to a false tax return last year.
Nance had stolen telephone circuit boards from Nestle when it
began upgrading its telephone systems at its Glendale offices in
1995. She would then give the stolen property to her then-husband
Raymond P. Novak, who would resell the boards.
Man demands to be arrested
GLENDALE -- A Los Angeles man learned he couldn't even get
arrested in this town -- at least until he threw a handful of change
at a police officer.
The incident occurred early Saturday morning at the front desk of
the Glendale Police Station, 140 N. Isabel St. According to police
reports, 51-year-old David Bristol walked up to the desk and demanded
the officer arrest him. The officer determined Bristol had not
committed a crime and ordered him to leave.
After being told to leave several times, Bristol allegedly took a
handful of change out of his pocket and threw it at the officer. The
change went over the officer's head and hit the wall behind him,
Bristol was then arrested and charged with fighting in a public
place. As of Monday, he was being held on $500 bail.