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SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | November 5, 2006
NORWALK ? Against the Mission Conference's most generous defense, Orange Coast College quarterback Kekoa Crowell came out confident. With his arm, as well as with his feet, he had little to be insecure about. Crowell (12 for 17) efficiently passed for 155 yards and rushed for 64 more, helping the Pirates to a 17-7 win at Cerritos College on Saturday night. The Pirates' defense, which has now given up just 13 points in its last two games, had a similar state of mind. Freshman Shaun Mohler, a Corona del Mar High product, had two quarterback sacks and also forced a fumble.
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LOCAL
By Michael Miller | October 31, 2007
Corona del Mar businessman Don Haidl provided thousands of dollars in illegal payments to Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona in exchange for an assistant sheriff job and special treatment for his family and friends, according to an indictment unsealed on Tuesday. The indictment of Carona — filed in October 2005 in United States District Court — alleges that Haidl repeatedly made payments to Carona that the sheriff failed to declare, made additional payments to a woman identified as Carona’s mistress, and rewarded Carona for his support by placing him on a previously nonexistent board of directors for a company owned by Haidl’s uncle.
LOCAL
By Joseph Serna | March 16, 2010
Former Orange County Assistant Sheriff and Newport Beach millionaire Don Haidl was sentenced in federal court Monday to 200 hours of community service, two years’ probation and ordered to pay $40,000 in fines for filing a false tax return in 2002. Haidl, who helped federal authorities take down former Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona last year, pleaded guilty in 2007. While Federal Judge Andrew J. Guilford said filing a false return is a “serious offense,” he took into account prosecutors’ contention that they would not have been able to prosecute Carona without Haidl.
NEWS
January 20, 2002
"Oh honey, you can't believe the reward we get out of doing it for people. From our church, to the person." -- Virginia Hawker, co-chair of the Global Concerns Committee at Newport Harbor Lutheran Church with her husband Paul, on the volunteer work they do. "The troops are fanning out through the community to do what's necessary to defeat [the initiative]. That's our goal." -- Dave Ellis, the spokesman of the Airport Working Group, on efforts to raise $2 million to defeat an anti-El Toro measure on the March 5 ballot.
NEWS
By JOSEPH N. BELL | March 15, 2007
Remember the old cliche about something being as easy as shooting fish in a barrel? That's the way I see the Great Seating Arrangement Debate at City Hall in Costa Mesa. I realize that I'm coming in on the backside of this caper and can't improve on the delicious shots Steve Smith and Byron de Arakal — in his blog — have already taken. But I have neither the strength of will nor the discipline to resist. This all reminds me of the late and great columnist Art Buchwald's answer when he was asked how he felt about Richard Nixon's resignation as president of the United States.
SPORTS
November 12, 2006
SCORE BY QUARTERS Orange Coast 0 6 0 7 - 13 Golden West 0 7 3 10 - 20 SECOND QUARTER OCC -- Crowell 5 run (kick failed), 2:07 GW -- Obie 5 run (Lipton kick), 12:16 THIRD QUARTER GW -- Pines 27 FG, 9:23 FOURTH QUARTER OCC -- Welz 36 fumble recovery (Jaramillo kick), 12:03 GW -- Lipton 39 FG, 7:45 GW -- Delahoussaye 80 pass from Obie (Lipton kick)
NEWS
May 19, 2004
Deepa Bharath Orange County Superior Court Judge Francisco Briseno ruled on Tuesday in favor of local media, awarding access to defense attorneys' questionnaires given to prospective jurors in a high-profile gang rape trial. Greg Haidl, son of Orange County Assistant Sheriff Don Haidl, Kyle Nachreiner and Keith Spann are accused of raping an unconscious 16-year-old girl and assaulting her with various objects. The questionnaire, which Briseno referred to as the longest he had ever seen, has 122 questions.
NEWS
From the Los Angeles Times | December 19, 2012
Don Haidl, a Newport Beach multi-millionaire and former assistant sheriff in Orange County who became a central figure in the corruption case against onetime Sheriff Michael Carona, has died. Haidl died late Tuesday at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, said sheriff spokesman Jim Amormino. Haidl died of natural causes. He was 61. “Our brother passed away unexpectedly last night," his sister, Peggy Haidl, said in a statement. “He died as he lived, surrounded by people he loved.
LOCAL
By Joseph Serna | January 25, 2010
Newport Beach millionaire Don Haidl, the former assistant sheriff who helped authorities take down former Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona last year, will avoid jail time but will have to do a “heavy dose” of community service along with paying a fine for lying on his 2002 taxes, a federal judge said Monday. Federal Judge Andrew J. Guilford delayed Haidl’s sentencing after telling the U.S. attorney’s office that he wasn’t satisfied with Haidl just paying a fine and getting probation.
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