The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on March 15, 1982 · 29
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6 Part II Monday, March IS, 1982 Cos Angeles dimes 'LAW STUDENTS NARCS: Front Lines Continued from 5th Page Boom, boom, boom, boom. Crowbars and a battering ram assault the iron door. Officers Scott Reeves, slinging a sledge hammer, pounds a gaping hole in the stucco wall a few feet from the door to confuse the occupants and divert attention from the main entry team. As he pierces the wall, Reeves spots a suspect with a handgun running out of sight into a rear bedroom. Reeves shouts a warning to the entry team. Outside, other officers are positioned on the ground below the bedroom windows. "They're throwing dope!" police shout, as packages of marijuana are thrown out of the bedroom window. A weapon is also tossed out. Within a minute, the entry team has forced the doors and four suspects are ordered to the floor. The apartment is secured. No shots are fired. There are no injuries. This time. "You guys are going to jail for the rest of your life," Detective Norman Eckles shouts. Police find no PCP. They find a quantity of marijuana, and a shoe box containing $5,647 in cash. Outside the apartment, a woman near tears is looking for her son. She had come to Sherm Alley to find him. He has been arrested on PCP charges before. She prays he's not here again. "There's nothing down here but death," she says. A New Experience in Legal Writing LONO TERM SENIOR BAR I FIRST YEAR STUDENTS Jutf 1M7 1 Contract! Aaal P'afMrty AH Multitlala Subracla Tor Prutdu" Covr) Twtca I Crtmmal Law TUITION 1460 1 TUITION :iM Atk About Th QuaranlM Startt March 20 Caaaatta Court FRANK'S BAR REVIEW 10112-A WuMnglon Blvd , Culw City. CMIfomlt (0203 BwfcAmrictfd Phone (213) 559-2163 mh Ch.ro. Police Kill Escaped Convict Police shot and killed an escaped convict in Santa Ana Sunday, the same man who had raped a woman and pulled a gun on a police officer last Wednesday in Huntington Beach, police reported. They identified the convict as Kenneth F. Troyer, 36, who had escaped last January from the California Men's Colony at San Luis Obispo, where he was serving a sentence for burglary. Anaheim police said their Crime Task Force received a tip that Troyer would meet a woman at about 12:40 p.m. Sunday at 2208 N. Main St. in Santa Ana, and officers staked out the location. After the woman, identified as Pamela Cuen, 24, of Santa Ana, got into Troyer's car, officers ordered him to halt and opened fire when he sped away, police said. Troyer drove to 17th Street and Cabrillo Park Drive, where he lost control and hit a tree, police said. As Troyer came out of the car he made a "furtive move" and was shot by officers, police said. He died later at Western Medical Center, Santa Ana. Cuen was not injured, police said. This Spring Learn how to dance Take Our f SPRING Limited Time SPECIAL 8 HOURS FOR 888 Ballroom Disco Country Western FRED AST Villi: DANCE STUDIOS Call Now Open 1 PM TO 10 PM Beverly Hills South Bay Reseda 109 N. La Cienega 16500 Hawthorne Blvd. 17730 Sherman Way 659-3065 370-5601 344-2145 FLY WORLD SAVERS TO ffmi "uWJSr1 ONE WAY COACH FROM LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL S IMPERIAL TERMINAL Travel must begin by March 31. bul there are no limitations on length of stay Call your travel agent or World Airways at (213) 646-9404 or (800) 772-2600. Fares subject to change without notice. Seats are limited. 4m WORLDJUIRWiyS BULLOCK S BEVERLY CENTER AND MANHATTAN BEACH NOW OPEN GOOD MEWS: You can still buy Waterford at last year's prices. But you only have 'til April 1. I m. I I ! Lismore goblet, 31.75 Kildare goblet, 31.75 Ice-lip jug, Vn pint, $104 Decanter, 135.75 Honey jar, 53.50 Curraghmore goblet, 45.75 Powerscourt goblet, 53.75 Rose bowl. $124 Kylemore goblet, 34.50 Kenmare goblet, 38.25 Vase, $58 Fruit bowl, 9", 129.50 Hurricane lamp, $95 Comeragh goblet, 36.25 Ashling goblet, 34.50 Alana goblet, 42.25 6 Buy now with our Crystal Club. No money down, no finance charge If all payments made when due, up to 27 months to pay Waterford lovers, here's a bulletin: Waterlord's prices will be raised on April 1. We're giving you advance notice so you'll still have time to collect it and save the price increase. Hurry in to our magnificent display (the largest in the U.S.A.) of this beautiful hand-cut, mouth blown full-lead crystal stemware and holloware. Select from our stock on hand, only. Sorry, no special orders at 1981 prices. Remember, you've now 'til April 1. Dining Accessories, 652 'Minimum purchase $00 SubPC to credit approval tfSYiVflvfl SHOP EVENINGS AT BULLOCK'S. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY, EXCEPT DOWNTOWN TIL 6; SHOP SATURDAY TIL 6; SUNDAY NOON TO 5. EXCEPT DOWNTOWN DOWNTOWN PASADENA WESTWOOD SANTA ANA SHERMAN OAKS LAKEWOOD DEL AMO LA HABRA NORTHRIDGE SOUTH COAST PLAZA SAN DIEGO WEST COVINA CENTURY CITY MISSION VIEJO CARLSBAD LAS VEGAS BEVERLY CENTER MANHATTAN BEACH

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