Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: Glendale HomeCollectionsHouse Arrest
IN THE NEWS

House Arrest

RELATED KEYWORDS:
FEATURED ARTICLES
LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | April 21, 2010
LA CRESCENTA — More than a half-dozen people in the Crescenta Valley were arrested last week in connection with drug-related offenses, Glendale police said. While the cluster of drug-related arrests was uncommon, drug issues, particularly among teens, have been a problem in the area, said North Command Lt. Ian Grimes. “It’s definitely something we are asking the officers to focus on,” Grimes said. In the latest arrest, police got a tip Saturday from a citizen who noticed two teens acting suspiciously at the restrooms in Glorietta Park on Verdugo Road, Grimes said.
NEWS
April 17, 2014
Good morning, readers. Today is Thursday, April 17. Forecasters predict a high of 73 degrees and a low of 57 with patchy fog throughout the day in the Glendale region. The top headlines in your area this morning : To the shock of some victims of his embezzlement scheme, former Councilman John Drayman's was assigned to serve the remainder of his time in custody - an expected total of six weeks - in home confinement, after spending just eight days in jail . Originally, Drayman was sentenced last week to serve one year behind bars, but once he was in custody, his projected release date was slashed in half.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 28, 2004
Imagine yourself playing a word association game with me. I say, "Quark." What's your response? Someone with a strong science background might recognize "quark" as a quantum physics term. If you've used a certain computer program, you'll reply, "express." Only a few respondents will say, "cheese." Dairy farmers in Germany produce quark, a soft cheese, for homemakers and commercial bakers. A fresh cheese product with a short shelf life, quark would not travel well to America.
NEWS
By Ron Kaye | May 20, 2011
Nobody was ever delusional enough to think Arnold Schwarzenegger was some kind of saint, but the disclosure of his love child with his housekeeper and how she remained part of the family household for a decade shatters what little was left of his public image after the pathetic end of his political career. Incredibly, there are people who thought of Osama bin Laden as some kind of holy man, an apostle of moral righteousness, and not the fanatical murderer he was. It turns out he not only was shacked up in secluded luxury with three wives, but the owner of a vast collection of pornography — fuhsha in Arabic — to keep things lively.
NEWS
April 22, 2003
Regarding Glendale's "Fair Housing Month" (April 11) -- and the current crusade for rent control -- there is nothing fair about rent controllers' desire to use the force of law to hold rents below market levels. A "fair" rent can only mean one freely consented to by both landlord and tenant, the only two parties to a rental transaction who have any moral right to be involved in determining rents. Rent control replaces the landlord's consent with a government decree.
NEWS
January 5, 2002
The following incidents were taken from police reports. 600 block of North Louise Street: A woman told police someone stole her car from an underground parking lot on Friday. 700 block of Patterson Avenue: A 41-year-old Glendale man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of grabbing his wife by theforearms and causing visible injury. 400 E. Glenoaks Blvd.: A 44-year-old Glendale man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of trying to pay for merchandise at Red Carpet Liquor with checks from a closed bank account.
NEWS
June 6, 2001
GAINS A MEMORABLE MEMORIAL DAY With 500 Glendale residents on hand to honor our country's heroes, the Memorial Day ceremony at City Hall served as a powerful and sober -- as well as unifying -- reminder. Memorial Day emotions can vary from person to person. Pride, pity, love and longing can all be experienced at once. Glendale's touching tribute and all those who took part -- from master of ceremonies Larry Zarian to the playing of Taps by the 40th Infantry Division California Army National Guard Band -- presented a a heartfelt and introspective ceremony.
NEWS
By: Mark R. Madler | August 30, 2005
Glendale resident Scott Schaffer is in a court-ordered drug treatment facility after posting $1-million bond to be released from federal custody on charges of selling handguns to a gang member. Schaffer's family put up the money that will assure that he will continue to make his court appearances, one of his attorney's, Steven L. Szocs, said on Monday. Schaffer was released Aug. 19 after more than a month in federal custody following his arrest at his Glendale home.
NEWS
March 10, 2005
Josh Kleinbaum A woman approached Chahe Keuroghelian while shopping at the 7-Eleven on Broadway recently and asked him if he remembered her. She reminded Keuroghelian of the time years ago when he helped mediate a problem with some tenants at the apartment building she manages. She told Keuroghelian she was grateful and promised the City Council candidate her vote. Keuroghelian hopes voters like that woman will remember his 13 years of service as intercultural relations officer for the Glendale Police Department instead of July 11, 1999, the night he waved a gun at his wife.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
April 17, 2014
Good morning, readers. Today is Thursday, April 17. Forecasters predict a high of 73 degrees and a low of 57 with patchy fog throughout the day in the Glendale region. The top headlines in your area this morning : To the shock of some victims of his embezzlement scheme, former Councilman John Drayman's was assigned to serve the remainder of his time in custody - an expected total of six weeks - in home confinement, after spending just eight days in jail . Originally, Drayman was sentenced last week to serve one year behind bars, but once he was in custody, his projected release date was slashed in half.
Advertisement
NEWS
By Ron Kaye | May 20, 2011
Nobody was ever delusional enough to think Arnold Schwarzenegger was some kind of saint, but the disclosure of his love child with his housekeeper and how she remained part of the family household for a decade shatters what little was left of his public image after the pathetic end of his political career. Incredibly, there are people who thought of Osama bin Laden as some kind of holy man, an apostle of moral righteousness, and not the fanatical murderer he was. It turns out he not only was shacked up in secluded luxury with three wives, but the owner of a vast collection of pornography — fuhsha in Arabic — to keep things lively.
LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | April 21, 2010
LA CRESCENTA — More than a half-dozen people in the Crescenta Valley were arrested last week in connection with drug-related offenses, Glendale police said. While the cluster of drug-related arrests was uncommon, drug issues, particularly among teens, have been a problem in the area, said North Command Lt. Ian Grimes. “It’s definitely something we are asking the officers to focus on,” Grimes said. In the latest arrest, police got a tip Saturday from a citizen who noticed two teens acting suspiciously at the restrooms in Glorietta Park on Verdugo Road, Grimes said.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 28, 2004
Imagine yourself playing a word association game with me. I say, "Quark." What's your response? Someone with a strong science background might recognize "quark" as a quantum physics term. If you've used a certain computer program, you'll reply, "express." Only a few respondents will say, "cheese." Dairy farmers in Germany produce quark, a soft cheese, for homemakers and commercial bakers. A fresh cheese product with a short shelf life, quark would not travel well to America.
Glendale News-Press Articles Glendale News-Press Articles
|