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October 29, 2003
The following information was taken from police reports: 1300 block of East Harvard Street: A 14-year-old Glendale girl reported Monday her uncle hit her left arm and left hip several times with a leather belt and pulled her hair after she refused to get off the phone. 1000 block of East Maple Street: A Glendale man reported Monday that his 2002 Toyota RAV4 stolen after he said his friend failed to return it as promised. 600 block of North Kenwood Street: A Glendale man reported Monday that a $1,550 Micron laptop computer with a leather case, a $1,200 Minolta camera and several personal papers were stolen from his car. 1100 block of North Verdugo Road: A 21-year-old Glendale man was arrested Monday on suspicion of punching and biting his father several times when he would not give his son an extra $5. Opium was also allegedly found in the man's motorcycle storage compartment.
December 30, 1999
The following incidents were taken from police reports. Los Feliz and San Fernando roads: A 19-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of possession of marijuana, police said. 1500 block of East Wilson Avenue: A 1991 Honda Accord was reported stolen Monday. 4400 block of San Fernando Road: A 1991 Chevy pickup truck was reported stolen Tuesday. 1100 block of Boynton Street: A Glendale home was burglarized Saturday. The homeowners reported $2,180 in cash and jewelry stolen, police said.
November 7, 2009
The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department:  1100 block of South Adams Street: Arutyun Kershishyan, 25, was arrested Oct. 31 on suspicion of being drunk in public.  300 block of Americana Way: Rena Murry, 25, was arrested Oct. 31 on suspicion of battery.  100 block of South Brand Boulevard: James Stearns, 51, was arrested Oct. 31 on suspicion of being drunk in public and a warrant for failing to appear to court.
By: FLO MARTIN | September 9, 2005
TV or not TV? Public television, such as our own KOCE-TV, isn't worth the trouble, you say? The children's shows on public television are chock-full of ads, you say? We can find better viewing material on cable channels, such as the Discovery Channel, the History Channel, or A&E, you say? Seeing that the price of local cable services ranges from $50 to more than $110 a month, I seriously doubt that many folks, especially families with lots of kids, actually watch those channels.
December 22, 2007
The Religion Newswriters Assn. picked evangelicals? struggle to select a presidential candidate as the top religion story of 2007. What do you think was the top religion story of the year? ? Perhaps the top religion story for next year will be the presidential candidate issue. We only started becoming apprised of the various candidates? positions this current year, and the internal dialogue about whether moral stance or religious affiliation matters more had just begun (the two apparently being at odds in politics)
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