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By Tom Ragan, tom.ragan@latimes.com | September 15, 2010
COSTA MESA — Student-athletes who sometimes sit out a season for failing to maintain a 2.0 grade-point average or pass at least four classes will now be granted multiple probation periods during their four years of high school. The Newport-Mesa Unified School District Board of Education on Tuesday unanimously approved the new policy that enables failing students to have what Mike Zimmerman, the athletic director at Newport Harbor High School, called a "second chance" to play.
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LOCAL
July 26, 2007
Prominent Newport Beach sports agent Leigh Steinberg was put on informal probation Tuesday following his guilty plea to misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol. Steinberg, 58, was arrested about 1 a.m. April 13 by Newport Beach police after he hit three parked cars in the 1000 block of West Coast Highway near the Balboa Bay Club. He caused moderate damage to the three cars he struck before his own car, a 2002 Mercedes-Benz ML 500, came to a rest on top of a fire hydrant.
NEWS
September 28, 2009
A Norco man who tried to hide a biker buddy’s knife after a Newport Beach brawl last year can avoid four months of jail if he doesn’t violate probation in the next three years. Glenn Arthur Schoeman, 57, was sentenced to three years’ formal probation and had a 120-day jail sentence stayed after pleading guilty Friday to helping members of the Set Free Soldiers after a brawl with the Hells Angels last summer in Newport Beach. Schoeman pleaded guilty to helping Jose Enrique Quinones, 43, hide a bloody knife in Schoeman’s car after Quinones stabbed two Hells Angels members with it July 27, 2008, inside of Blackie’s By The Sea bar. On Sept.
NEWS
December 2, 2011
Former Newport Beach City Attorney David Hunt received probation this week for his recent drunk driving conviction, according to court records. Hunt, 54, of Santa Ana, pleaded guilty Monday to driving under the influence of alcohol, and was sentenced to three years informal probation, restitution, $390 in fines and three months of a first offender alcohol program, according to court records. A second charge against Hunt of driving with a blood alcohol content of .08% or more was dismissed.
NEWS
By Bradley Zint | July 30, 2013
Four Orange County men were sentenced Monday for their participation in a real estate investment scam that took an estimated $130,000 from hundreds of victims, prosecutors said. Justin Dennis Koelle, 23, of Costa Mesa, was sentenced to nine months in jail and five years of formal probation, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Dominic Adam Nolan, 32, of Irvine, was sentenced to six months in jail and five years of formal probation. Jacob John Cunningham, 26, and John D. Silva, 28, both of Irvine, each received sentences of eight months in jail and five years formal probation.
LOCAL
September 24, 2006
A four-hour standoff involving police negotiators and the SWAT team ended peacefully Friday night after a man known to be proficient with weapons barricaded himself inside a Costa Mesa office complex. Police coaxed Rob Kaululaau Tom, 37, of Santa Ana from the building at about 9:40 p.m. "He came out peacefully," Costa Mesa Police Lt. Karl Schuler said. "The hostage negotiators did a great job." Tom had a small black dog in the building with him, police said. One of Tom's co-workers in a mortgage lending business told police he believed Tom had a gun. Orange County probation officers were in the process of searching the building.
LOCAL
September 23, 2006
A four-hour standoff involving police negotiators and the SWAT team ended peacefully Friday night after a man known to be proficient with weapons barricaded himself inside a Costa Mesa office complex. Police coaxed Rob Kaululaau Tom, 37, of Santa Ana from the building at about 9:40 p.m. "He came out peacefully," Costa Mesa Police Lt. Karl Schuler said. "The hostage negotiators did a great job." Tom had a small black dog in the building with him, police said. One of Tom's co-workers in a mortgage lending business told police he believed Tom had a gun. Orange County probation officers were in the process of searching the building.
LOCAL
By Michael Alexander | January 13, 2007
Members of the Costa Mesa religious sect the Piecemakers who were convicted in 2005 of operating a restaurant without a permit and resisting inspectors, were sentenced Friday. Two received probation, while the group's founder and leader received 10 days' jail time as well. Marie Kolasinski, 85, was immediately taken into custody. With time served, she will likely be there for six more days, her lawyer, Joseph Donahue, said. Kolasinski, along with co-defendants Doug Follette, 52, and Judy Haeger, 59, received three years' probation as well.
LOCAL
By Michael Alexander | January 16, 2007
Members of the Costa Mesa religious sect the Piecemakers who were convicted in 2005 of operating a restaurant without a permit and resisting inspectors, were sentenced Friday. Two received probation, while the group's founder and leader received 10 days' jail time as well. Marie Kolasinski, 85, was immediately taken into custody. With time served, she will likely be there for six more days, her lawyer, Joseph Donahue, said. Kolasinski, along with co-defendants Doug Follette, 52, and Judy Haeger, 59, received three years' probation as well.
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