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January 22, 2004
Deepa Bharath A motion to take the Orange County district attorney off a teenager's high-profile rape case must be denied, the state attorney general said in an opinion filed in court on Tuesday. Greg Haidl, along with Kyle Nachreiner and Keith Spann, has been accused of raping an unconscious 16-year-old girl in his father's Corona del Mar home. Haidl's attorneys filed several motions, including a "motion to recuse," or to remove, the district attorney entirely from the case.
NEWS
January 23, 2003
BRIEFLY IN THE NEWS Rape victim could not have consented A 16-year-old girl who accused three teens of gang raping her when she was unconscious could not have consented to sex as she now claims, a Newport Beach Police detective testified in court Wednesday. Greg Haidl, 17 -- son of Orange County Assistant Sheriff Don Haidl -- Kyle Nachreiner and Keith Spann, both 18, face 21 felonies for the July 6 attack that allegedly happened at Don Haidl's Corona del Mar home.
NEWS
March 11, 2005
Andrew Edwards Defense attorneys for three young men accused of raping an allegedly unconscious girl in 2002 rested their case Thursday after calling their final witness, a neurologist who testified that videotape evidence shows the girl was a conscious and willing participant. Greg Haidl, the now 19-year-old son of a former Orange County Sheriff's Department official, and Rancho Cucamonga residents Keith Spann and Kyle Nachreiner, both 20, could face up to 23 years in prison if convicted of raping and sexually assaulting the now 19-year-old woman with various objects.
NEWS
February 1, 2005
Marisa O'Neil Defense attorneys on Monday asked prospective jurors if they could watch and "critique" a sexually graphic videotape -- a key piece of evidence in the retrial of three men accused of gang-raping an allegedly unconscious girl when they were 17. The retrial started Monday morning with the slow, deliberate process of jury selection, bringing roughly 120 prospective jurors -- from an initial pool of...
NEWS
January 15, 2004
Deepa Bharath Police are looking for a 41-year-old man who they say raped a woman in his Newport Beach apartment four months ago and then quit his job and skipped town before detectives could interview him. Timothy James Marino and 36-year-old Allen Ward Cocker of Tustin are accused of taking a 24-year-old woman to Marino's apartment in the 200 block of Walnut Street after the three spent the night of Sept....
NEWS
March 25, 2004
Lolita Harper Technical lingo, semantics and meticulous lines of questioning unveiled more ambiguity on Wednesday about the digital videotape that captured an alleged rape, as a witness for the prosecution lent credibility to both sides. David Dustin, the owner of South Coast Studios, was hired by the prosecution to inspect a digital videotape that shows the three defendants -- Gregory Haidl, 18, Keith Spann and Kyle Nachreiner, both 19 -- performing various sexual acts on a 16-year-old girl.
NEWS
March 5, 2005
Marisa O'Neil Defense attorneys will begin presenting their case Monday in the retrial of three young men charged with gang-raping a 16-year-old girl when they were teenagers. Rancho Cucamonga residents Kyle Nachreiner and Keith Spann, both 20, and 19-year-old Greg Haidl are accused of raping the girl at a 2002 party and sexually assaulting her with various objects. Prosecutors, who say the girl -- known in court as Jane Doe -- passed out after drinking too much and did not give consent, rested their case on Wednesday.
NEWS
November 14, 2002
Barry Faulkner If success and failure were dictated by the tale of the tape, Costa Mesa High inside linebacker Chris Reed would struggle to get off the competitive canvas. But it's the tale of the videotape each week that helps the 5-foot-8, 205-pound catalyst continually defeat larger, quicker and stronger opposing offensive linemen and repeatedly find his way to the ball. "I'm not exactly the fastest guy on the field or the tallest, so studying videotape helps me feel more equal," said Reed, who has few equals when it comes to making plays for the Mustang defense.
NEWS
June 23, 2004
Deepa Bharath A 21-minute videotape of an alleged gang rape not only captures the incident in lurid detail but acts almost like a guide for charges filed against the defendants, the prosecutor in a high-profile case involving the son of an Orange County assistant sheriff said during closing arguments Monday. 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 sexually assaulting her with various objects as she lay on a pool table in the garage of the Haidls' Corona del Mar home.
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By BYRON DE ARAKAL | February 12, 2006
Latino-civil-rights activist Nativo Lopez swept into Costa Mesa on Feb. 2, threatening to hold the city's merchants hostage to a boycott should they refuse to disavow Costa Mesa's pending immigration enforcement plan. Multiple television news outlets swarmed to videotape and broadcast Lopez's warning, including Noticias 62, which stirred up controversy last year when it declared Los Angeles to be a part of Mexico on an L.A. billboard. That same day remnant goons of Saddam Hussein's Baathist Party -- reported to be the captors of Christian Science Monitor reporter Jill Carroll -- videotaped another heartbreaking plea from the young journalist, who begged for U.S. action to win her release.
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | December 4, 2013
Costa Mesa police Sgt. Zack Hoferitza remembers when officers would sign out a videotape at the beginning of a shift, load it into a patrol car and hope there was enough space on the dash camera tape to record everything that might happen. Soon, those Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptors, once almost synonymous with "police car," are going to be as outdated as the VCR. On Tuesday, Hoferitza showed off two new models of the Interceptor that first hit Costa Mesa streets in September - complete with a digital dash cam that automatically and wirelessly uploads to a central server as soon as it's in range of the police station.
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May 26, 2009
Submitted by Theresa Hartsell ¬†For more than 40 years, Orange County parents have counted on Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC). As a non-profit hospital, CHOC relies on community support to provide leading-edge care for infants, children and adolescents close to home.¬†Corporate Video & Film owner and CEO Greg DePetro felt so passionate about the cause, he volunteered his production and post production company’s time to video tape and edit the CHOC Follies production at a fraction of his cost.
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By BYRON DE ARAKAL | February 12, 2006
Latino-civil-rights activist Nativo Lopez swept into Costa Mesa on Feb. 2, threatening to hold the city's merchants hostage to a boycott should they refuse to disavow Costa Mesa's pending immigration enforcement plan. Multiple television news outlets swarmed to videotape and broadcast Lopez's warning, including Noticias 62, which stirred up controversy last year when it declared Los Angeles to be a part of Mexico on an L.A. billboard. That same day remnant goons of Saddam Hussein's Baathist Party -- reported to be the captors of Christian Science Monitor reporter Jill Carroll -- videotaped another heartbreaking plea from the young journalist, who begged for U.S. action to win her release.
NEWS
March 11, 2005
Andrew Edwards Defense attorneys for three young men accused of raping an allegedly unconscious girl in 2002 rested their case Thursday after calling their final witness, a neurologist who testified that videotape evidence shows the girl was a conscious and willing participant. Greg Haidl, the now 19-year-old son of a former Orange County Sheriff's Department official, and Rancho Cucamonga residents Keith Spann and Kyle Nachreiner, both 20, could face up to 23 years in prison if convicted of raping and sexually assaulting the now 19-year-old woman with various objects.
NEWS
March 5, 2005
Marisa O'Neil Defense attorneys will begin presenting their case Monday in the retrial of three young men charged with gang-raping a 16-year-old girl when they were teenagers. Rancho Cucamonga residents Kyle Nachreiner and Keith Spann, both 20, and 19-year-old Greg Haidl are accused of raping the girl at a 2002 party and sexually assaulting her with various objects. Prosecutors, who say the girl -- known in court as Jane Doe -- passed out after drinking too much and did not give consent, rested their case on Wednesday.
NEWS
February 25, 2005
Marisa O'Neil One juror appeared to cringe, some took notes and others stared blankly as they watched a videotape in court Thursday that prosecutors say shows three teenage boys gang-raping an unconscious 16-year-old girl. The tape, a key piece of evidence in the retrial of now 19-year-old Greg Haidl and Kyle Nachreiner and Keith Spann, both 20, was shown Thursday on four small, flat-screen monitors and one large one in Judge Francisco Briseno's courtroom.
NEWS
February 1, 2005
Marisa O'Neil Defense attorneys on Monday asked prospective jurors if they could watch and "critique" a sexually graphic videotape -- a key piece of evidence in the retrial of three men accused of gang-raping an allegedly unconscious girl when they were 17. The retrial started Monday morning with the slow, deliberate process of jury selection, bringing roughly 120 prospective jurors -- from an initial pool of...
NEWS
June 23, 2004
Deepa Bharath A 21-minute videotape of an alleged gang rape not only captures the incident in lurid detail but acts almost like a guide for charges filed against the defendants, the prosecutor in a high-profile case involving the son of an Orange County assistant sheriff said during closing arguments Monday. 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 sexually assaulting her with various objects as she lay on a pool table in the garage of the Haidls' Corona del Mar home.
NEWS
March 30, 2004
Lolita Harper COSTA MESA -- Attorneys in the case of three teenagers accused of raping a 16-year-old girl finished a tedious round of hearings Monday with diametrically opposed closing arguments about the authenticity of a digital video tape that captured the sexual encounter. Prosecutor Dan Hess said the footage on the digital tape, which he alleges was not doctored as defense attorneys say, provides its own credibility -- in addition to the witnesses who have taken the stand to vouch for its validity.
NEWS
March 29, 2004
Lolita Harper The tale of the tape that allegedly captured three teenage boys raping a 16-year-old girl is winding down, as a Superior Court Judge called for final testimony from the remaining witnesses and closing arguments today. Superior Court Judge Francisco P. Briseno will hear from the prosecution and defense team for the conclusion of a lengthy, meticulous and very technical hearing to determine the validity of the digital videotape that stored images of defendants Gregory Haidl, 18, Keith Spann and Kyle Nachreiner, both 19, performing various sexual acts on a 16-year-old girl over the 2002 Fourth of July weekend.
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