BRIEFLY DEPUTIES LOOKING FOR SUSPECT.LANCASTER - Sheriff's deputies are looking for Looking for
In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with. a Lancaster man suspected of stealing jewelry during a burglary of an acquaintance's home.
Kevin Bernard Houston, 35, was seen entering the Lancaster home in the 44000 block of Stanridge Avenue on April 20, deputies said. Jewelry missing from the home was pawned by Houston at a Lancaster store, deputies said.
Houston, wanted on a warrant on suspicion of grand theft and burglary, is described as African-American, 6 feet tall and weighing 210 pounds.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call Detective Michael Naccarato at (661) 940-3859.
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Deputies seek aid in finding burglar
LANCASTER - A string of break-ins of Lancaster businesses has detectives asking for the public's help in locating the burglar.
Detectives believe one man, caught on video at one of the locations, is responsible for at least six burglaries since May 1, officials said.
Detectives believe the man burglarized Bootlegger Liquor, 44549 10th St. W., on May 1, 17 and 23; Coco's Restaurant, 1525 W. Ave. K, and Sizzler siz·zler
1. One that sizzles.
2. Informal A very hot day. Restaurant, 44430 20th St. W., on May 13, and Don Juan's Restaurant, 42142 50th St. W., on May 16.
In each case, the burglar smashed glass doors to get inside and usually targeted the cash registers. He also stole cigarettes and alcoholic beverages
The burglar appears to be either white or Latino in his late 20s to late 30s, with a medium to tall build. Because the video was of such bad quality, investigators said, it is difficult to get an exact description of the man.
Anyone with information in the case is asked to call Detective Kent Kroeger at the Lancaster sheriff's station at (661) 940-3852.
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Fontana man, 19, faces prison time
LANCASTER - A 19-year-old Fontana man was convicted Wednesday in a home-invasion robbery in which the victim was accosted ac·cost
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2. To solicit for sex. as she left her home in the 700 block of East Avenue J-4.
Sonny Martin faces up to 26 years in prison when he is sentenced July 16. A Lancaster Superior Court jury found Martin guilty of robbery and burglary and found it true that he used a gun and was involved in a gang, prosecutors said. The jury acquitted Martin of conspiracy and intimidating a witness.
Martin was among four young men arrested in a crime spree that included the Aug. 31 home-invasion robbery and a police pursuit the next day in which a California Highway Patrol highway patrol
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Military firearm that is chambered for ammunition of reduced size or propellant charge and has the capacity to switch between semiautomatic and fully automatic fire. .
Martin, who was only charged in the robbery, testified he participated in the crime under duress duress (dy`rĭs, d`–, d , fearing his brother might be harmed if he didn't. Martin's attorney, Thomas Spratt Jr., said Martin stopped the other assailants from killing the robbery victim.
Delshawn Jermaine Bodney, 24, of Tehachapi was sentenced to 13 years in prison after pleading no contest to robbery. Derrick Owens, 19, of Fontana received a 15-year sentence after entering a no-contest plea to assault on a peace officer. A third defendant, Mark Anthony Powell Anthony Dymoke Powell, CH (December 21, 1905 - March 28, 2000) was a British novelist best known for his A Dance to the Music of Time duodecalogy published between 1951 and 1975. According to his memoirs, Powell rhymes with pole (not towel). , 18, is awaiting trial in Juvenile Court juvenile court
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