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Local | By Veronica Rocha | December 11, 2008
LOS ANGELES — A judge Wednesday ordered the owner of St. Ann Hospice in Glendale to serve 12 months and one day in federal prison for asking his friends and employees to contribute money to political campaigns, which he then reimbursed them for. U.S. District Court Judge Christina Snyder also sentenced Gladwin Gill to three years of supervised release for making illegal campaign contributions. During the first six months of his release, he will be under home detention and will have to wear an electronic monitoring device, she said.
NEWS
June 30, 2001
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LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | April 10, 2010
GLENDALE — A Glendale physician and her husband were arrested Friday morning after failing to report more than $4.2 million in Medicare payments during a two-year period, officials said. Glendale ophthalmologist Eduardita Quevedo, 66, and her husband, Sherman Oaks-based gynecologist and obstetrician Federico Quevedo, 71, were taken into custody at their Pomona home Friday in connection with the tax fraud charges, said Brenda Voet, a state Franchise Tax Board spokeswoman. Eduardita Quevedo, who worked out of a Chevy Chase Drive office, and her husband were charged with two felony counts each of filing false income tax returns in 2003 and 2004, according to a criminal complaint.
NEWS
November 30, 2002
48 HOURS "Why you..." Those are the most dreaded words in Three Stooges movies because they were always followed by Moe conking either Larry, Curly or Shemp on the head or jabbing two fingers in their eyes. While that kind of slapstick comedy is not for everyone, it's hard not to love these four masters of madcap mania. I used to watch them on TV after school each day, and I must admit, it kept my brother and me from fighting, if only for that half-hour.
NEWS
June 30, 2001
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By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | April 16, 2014
A reputed gang member accused of killing a Mongols Motorcycle Club member on the Glendale (2) Freeway in 2008 was sentenced Wednesday to life without the possibility of parole. Richard Clayborne, 40, was convicted last month of shooting and killing 30-year-old Venice resident Manuel Martin as well as trying to kill another motorcyclist, Ronald Hamburg. He faces additional time for shooting and firearm charges. As Prosecutor Steven Dickman and court officials were trying to determine his prison term, Clayborne said, “Who cares?
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | May 1, 2009
When Crescenta Valley High’s girls’ soccer team found itself 80 minutes from winning the Pacific League title, senior standout Tori Baldridge was there at the center of the field — right where a captain is supposed to be. But she was dressed in street clothes rather than a uniform, crutches under each arm, a slipper on one foot and a cast on another rather than cleats. Her playing days at Crescenta Valley ended by an unfortunate injury, her days as a Falcon were nevertheless far from over.
NEWS
By Melanie Hicken | September 15, 2009
Colin Legerton, who grew up in Glendale and graduated from Flintridge Preparatory School in 2001, is the co-author of “Invisible China: A Journey Through Ethnic Borderlands.” He graduated from Tufts University in 2005 with a degree in Chinese language and literature. olin Legerton, who grew up in Glendale and graduated from Flintridge Preparatory School in 2001, is the co-author of “Invisible China: A Journey Through Ethnic Borderlands.” He graduated from Tufts University in 2005 with a degree in Chinese language and literature.
LOCAL
By Jason Wells | March 13, 2007
PASADENA — Defense lawyers for two members of an Echo Park gang charged in the drive-by shooting death of a 16-year-old Glendale boy in 2004 spent most of Monday trying to discredit the testimony of a second boy shot in the incident. The prosecution's star witness, 17-year-old Juan Beltran, sustained two bullet wounds to his chest during the December 2004 Glendale shooting that killed his 16-year-old high school friend Carlos Pinon. Echo Park residents Carlos Palma, 20, and Julian Martinez, 21, face charges of first-degree murder and attempted murder with an enhancement that it benefited a street gang.
NEWS
May 17, 2001
In the ninth grade, I made the decision to get a special permit to attend Glendale High School,rather than Hoover High. It's a decision I have never regretted. I had many happy times, and continue to have many happy memories of my years at Glendale High. I remember how exciting it was to finally be in high school, and meet so many new people that would become dear friends. Some of those friends are still close after almost 50 years! Growing up in the '40s and '50s was great!
NEWS
July 27, 2002
Gretchen Hoffman Glendale Police have arrested two people suspected of participating in a large-scale opium ring and are set to serve search warrants on others suspected of distributing the drug in Glendale and surrounding cities. Glendale resident Razmik Minasian, 36, allegedly recruited a Swedish woman to pick up a suitcase containing 11 pounds of heroin from Turkey, Glendale Police said. The woman, Ingela Sjunnesson, returned to Sweden, and Minasian contacted her and told her to bring the suitcases to Glendale.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | June 7, 2006
Rudy Droguett has risked his life for the love of his art. The artist, who is in his 70s, has traveled to Africa twice to take pictures of wild animals, which he later uses as subjects in his scratchboard etchings. He's come close to losing his life, he said. During one trip to Kenya, the vehicle he was riding in had a flat tire. There was a lion lying under a tree nearby watching the entourage. Not wanting to miss the opportunity, Droguett got out of the vehicle to take a picture.
NEWS
By: Bryce Alderton | August 4, 2005
Memorial services for Michael Musso, a wide receiver on Orange Coast College's football team, will be held at 10 a.m. today at First Baptist Church of Fountain Valley. Musso, 19, died from injuries sustained following a four-car collision on Beach Boulevard in Huntington Beach Friday. Musso was thrown from the GTO in which he was a passenger and died en route to the hospital. Patrick Nance, a former Fountain Valley High teammate of Musso who was reportedly driving the car when the collision occurred, is recovering at Kaiser Hospital in Anaheim.
NEWS
October 28, 2005
by Geghard Arakelian In the mood to hang out with friends to catch a movie? How about some ghosts? While some reminisce in memories of their favorite spooks and others brush up on local history, a select few go out once a week in the foothills in hopes of finding the supernatural. Rumors run rampant in the mundane communities of La Crescenta, Montrose and La Cañada. Those bold enough to venture out on the weekends in search of spirits speak of the countless rumors which seem as unreal as they are eerie.
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