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NEWS
August 18, 2000
Amber Willard GLENDALE COURTHOUSE -- Attorneys for two of the teens accused of killing a Glendale student in May said they were upset Thursday afternoon because they believe prosecutors in the case are trying to circumvent their challenge of Proposition 21. Attorneys for the two boys and girl accused of attacking Raul Aguirre outside Hoover High School requested an arraignment delay because they received sealed orders...
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NEWS
February 6, 2001
Amber Willard LOS ANGELES -- The case against three teens accused in the stabbing death of Glendale student Raul Aguirre has taken a new turn -- an appeals court that once denied a review of a judge's ruling has now called a halt to the case. The state appellate court stopped proceedings in county Superior Court last week at the request of prosecutors, who are contesting a Superior Court judge's ruling that the two younger teens were improperly indicted on murder charges.
LOCAL
February 4, 2010
The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. AREA 1   200 block of East Windsor Road David Bonds, 29, was arrested Jan. 29 on a warrant for driving without a valid driver’s license and on suspicion of driving on a suspended driver’s license.   South Chevy Chase Drive and East Garfield Avenue Jose Carpio, 23, was arrested Jan. 29 on suspicion of possessing marijuana.   300 block of West Colorado Street Emma Martinez, 30, was arrested Jan. 30 on suspicion of burglary and grand theft.
NEWS
December 28, 2000
Amber Willard RIVERSIDE RANCHO -- Glendale Police are investigating a shooting Tuesday in which no one was injured, but officials say was gang-related. Two cars of Latino gang members stopped in the 400 block of South Thompson Avenue shortly before 11 p.m. Tuesday and three shots were fired at members of another Latino gang who were on the sidewalk, police said. Police had already increased patrols in the area because of a recent rise in gang graffiti, police spokesman Sgt. Rick Young said Wednesday afternoon.
NEWS
July 29, 2002
Gretchen Hoffman In tracking down evidence linking a suspected killer to his or her crimes, often what the detectives are looking for can be as innocuous as a newspaper clipping or a family photograph. To their trained eyes, however, the simplest scrawl on a piece of notebook paper can be the key to an additional decade in jail. Anyone convicted of a violent felony is punished by an additional 10 years if investigators can prove he or she has associated with a street gang.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | October 25, 2011
Two reputed gang members were arrested Sunday on suspicion of assaulting a Glendale resident and later stealing his car, police said. Hector Quintanilla, 19, of Fontana and Jesse Mendoza, 22, of Downey - who allegedly claim ties to a gang based in Burbank - were taken into custody just after 3 a.m. in connection with burglary, vehicle theft, vandalism and committing those crimes to benefit a street gang, according to Glendale police reports....
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | February 15, 2011
SOUTH GLENDALE — A 17-year-old Los Angeles boy was stabbed in the back Saturday after a group of taggers confronted him about his gang affiliation, police said. Police found the boy about 10 p.m. Saturday at Glendale Adventist Medical Center, where he was treated for the non-life threatening stab wound, Glendale Police Sgt. Tom Lorenz said. The boy, whose name wasn't released because he is a minor, was visiting his girlfriend in Glendale when he was approached by a group writing graffiti on a wall behind Popeye's Chicken & Biscuits on East Colorado Street, Lorenz said.
NEWS
December 13, 2000
Amber Willard LOS ANGELES -- Two of the teens accused in the stabbing death of Hoover student Raul Aguirre will be sent to another court for a hearing, while the third teen pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Tuesday. Prosecutors and one defense attorney plan to file appeals to the judge's ruling. Superior Court Judge Larry Fidler finalized his ruling that the two younger teens -- Rafael Gevorgyan and Anait Msryan, who were 15 and 14, respectively, at the time of the incident -- were entitled to a hearing, which they did not receive, to determine if they were fit to be charged as adults.
LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | August 16, 2008
GLENDALE — A man who received a $15-million settlement for being the subject of police corruption pleaded not guilty on Thursday to leading police on a high-speed chase in June that started in the city. Javier Francisco Ovando, 31, appeared before a Glendale Superior Court judge to plead on one felony count of evading a police officer and one misdemeanor count of battery, court officials said. Ovando received the largest police misconduct settlement in Los Angeles history in 2000 after being shot and framed by Los Angeles police officers in 1996.
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