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By: Mark R. Madler | September 21, 2005
A Burbank man and a Glendale woman were charged in federal court Monday with false impersonation of American Red Cross members to solicit money under false pretenses. Tino Lee,44, of Burbank, and Gina Liz Nicholas, 22, of Glendale, were charged by the U.S. Attorney's office in Los Angeles for impersonating American Red Cross volunteers taking donations for Hurricane Katrina relief outside an electronics store in Burbank. Lee and Nicholas were taken into federal custody on Monday morning by FBI agents at the Burbank Police Department jail, where they had been held since their arrest Thursday night at the Empire Center shopping center.
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NEWS
March 11, 2005
Marisa O'Neil Police on Thursday made a fourth arrest -- the third in just one week -- in the disappearance and presumed homicide of a retired couple who lived on a yacht in the harbor. Newport Beach police detectives and Long Beach police gang-unit officers arrested John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 39, of Long Beach on suspicion of killing Tom and Jackie Hawks. Kennedy was taken into custody at 11:30 a.m. after police stopped his 1988 Cadillac at the corner of Long Beach Boulevard and 23rd Street in Long Beach, Newport Beach Police Sgt. Steve Shulman said.
NEWS
March 15, 2005
Man charged in deaths of missing couple The fourth suspect arrested in connection with the disappearance of Tom and Jackie Hawks was formally charged on Monday. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 39, of Long Beach was charged with two counts of murder, with special-circumstances allegations of multiple murder and murder for financial gain, said Mark Macaulay, spokesman for the district attorney's office. The other three men arrested on suspicion of the presumed murders -- Skylar DeLeon, 25, Myron Gardner, 41, both of Long Beach, and Alonso Machain, 21, of Pico Rivera -- face the same charges.
SPORTS
December 8, 2010
BOYS' BASKETBALL Sage Hill 53, Santa Ana Valley 42 IRVINE — Senior guard Mark Loper had 26 points and six rebounds as the Lightning advanced to the championship game of the Gelman Classic on Wednesday at Tarbut V'Torah. Senior forward T.J. Danner had 10 points, six rebounds and four assists for Sage Hill (6-0). The Lightning play Santa Ana Valley against at 6 tonight in the championship game of the tournament. Coach Jeff Beeler said Sage Hill and Santa Ana Valley had the best records in the round-robin format, so it'll be a rematch for the title.
NEWS
By Roger Mallett | September 23, 2010
Saturday is the annual Coastal Cleanup Day, a statewide event coordinated by the California Coastal Commission. Upper Newport Bay hosts one of the largest volunteer cleanup efforts in California. Typically about 1,200 or more people venture out into sensitive areas of the saltmarsh around the bay, which are normally off limits, to collect trash. Last year more than 17,000 pounds of trash and more than 2,000 pounds of recyclables were collected. Many think that the trash results from littering by visitors to the bay, which is not the case.
SPORTS
December 10, 2010
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Corona del Mar 53, Century 50 ORANGE — Ellie Nadal hit the game-winning three-pointer with 10 seconds left to lead the Sea Kings into the title game of the Orange Tournament Friday. Saylor Schroff scored 13 points, Karleh Wilson added 11 points and Nadal had nine points for CdM (6-1). The Sea Kings will face Katella in the title game today at 4:30 p.m. at Orange High. Whitney 53, Sage Hill 39 ANAHEIM — Ava Soleimany scored 22 points for the Lightning in the final game of pool play in the Husky Classic at Fairmont Prep Friday.
NEWS
July 31, 2001
The Pacific Coast Girls 4-A Fastpitch All-Star softball team finished third in the recent national tournament at Bonita Creek in what must have seemed to be a marathon, rather than a softball tournament, on the way to impressive finish in what is considered to be softball's "Williamsport," according to Head Coach Barry Grumman. "These girls have reached the top of their sport and thir third-place finish was a result of great talent and incredible dedication through countless hours of practice and instruction.
NEWS
February 21, 2000
Richard Dunn In Alvin White's storied and well-traveled football career, he bore witness to the live settings of "North Dallas Forty" as a role player on the field and silver screen. The patriotic former Newport Harbor High standout, instrumental to getting American flag decals placed on the team's helmets in 1970, played 11 years of professional and semipro football following an outstanding collegiate career at Orange Coast College and Oregon State University.
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