The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on January 17, 1991 · 368
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 368

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6BR THE MIAMI HERALD THURSDAY JANUARY 17 1991 Alleged mobster jailed in sheriff’s office sting RAIDS FROM 1BR bonuses A seasonal Hollywood resident Chilli has past convictions for murder obstruction of justice and forgery the sheriffs office reported Near the end of the prostitution investigation the FBI passed along a tip that Chilli now mistrusted Faulkner and had threatened to kill him and his wife Chilli denied making the statement when questioned after his arrest Faulkner said “It was very nerve-wracking” said Faulkner’s wife Mary Ellen “I wanted it to be over with but I couldn’t tell him ‘Look I’m really scared’ " The busts were made simultaneously at 11:30 am Wednesday It was such a surprise that one customer was caught with his pants off Television and newspaper camera men pushed into a room at Pin-Ups for Men — a club on State Road 7 west of Fort Lauderdale — as a man grabbed for his drawers Investigators believe the bust closed down the last of 20 prostitution houses believed to be operated by the Bonanno family and all but two of more than 60 known houses of prostitution operating in unincorporated Broward two years ago The businesses shut down were Gentle Touch 2980 Griffin Rd Studio One 2201 W Sample Rd Classic Studio 3662 NE 18th Ter Salt & Pepper 3521 W Broward Blvd Ranch’s 5811 W Hallandale Beach Blvd Sixa’s 4881 SW 28th Ter and Pin-Ups 1874 S State Road 7 Arrested along with Chilli and Mariconda were Rosa Luna 40 of Fort Lauderdale and John Del-Prete 43 of Pompano Beach F3Ts : i vv State worker jailed in sex abuse case Mariconda Luna n w $ t f By TRISH POWER Herald Staff Writer FORT LAUDERDALE — A youth worker was arrested Wednesday on charges of molesting a 15-year-old girl while she was in custody at the Broward Regional Detention Center The arrest is the fourth in recent weeks in which a state employee in Broward has been accused of sexuallv abusing a child Paul Howard 21 was charged with three counts of indecent assault on a child after he surrendered to Fort Lauderdale detective Sandra Memrick spokesman Ott Cefkin said Chilli DelPrete The alleged attack occurred Dec 23 after the girl was arrested by Plantation police The reason for the arrest was not released but the girl was searched by a female officer before being transferred to the Florida Health and Rehabilitative Services center in Fort Lauderdale police said The girl was waiting for her father to pick her up when Howard offered her a cigarette He told her she couldn’t smoke in the holding cell and took her to a bathroom about 4:40 am then locked her inside to smoke it police reports said Howard allegedly returned and fondled her three times under the pretense that he must search her before she returned to the cell The girl told her father when he arrived Fort Lauderdale police were contacted and they started an investigation Howard who has worked as a guard at the center for 18 months was being held in lieu of $15250 bail Wednesday in the Broward County Jail About three weeks ago Fort Lauderdale police arrested Terry G Bynes 25 a three-year employee of the state center He was charged with one count of sexual activity with a child and one count of indecent assault on a 14-year-old runaway On Dec 7 Albert Humphrey a security guard at South Florida State Hospital in Pembroke Pines was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a 15-year-old female patient The day before state youth worker Michael J Walker was charged with sexually assaulting two Broward teen-age girls placed in his custody The girls 14 and 15 years old were delinquents in HRS custody Trial starts for band that sang Crew tunes By DEXTER FILKINS Herald Staff Writer The obscenity trial of the New York rock group Too Much Joy got under way in a Broward courtroom Wednesday with band members claiming the raunchy concert that landed them in jail was really a political protest The three band members — Tim Quirk Jay Blumenfield and Alexander Smallens — are charged with giving an obscene performance at Hollywood’s Club Futura Aug 15 The band played 1 1 tunes but the songs that landed the band members in jail were their renditions of six 2 Live Crew songs On Wednesday band members told the six jurors hearing the case that they played the bawdy songs to protest 2 Live Crew’s arrest on obscenity charges at the same club in June 2 Live Crew was acquitted on those charges in October “This was a political rally” said Ed Salantrie attorney for band member Blumenfield “They came down here to protest the erosion of their freedom of speech and expression” The First Amendment protects political speech and the law requires that Too Much Joy be acquitted if the band members prove that their performance was colored by politics Assistant State Attorney John Countryman who is prosecuting the case began the trial by reading straight from the 2 Live Crew song sheet The political value of such lyrics Countryman said were “nil” “The concert itself by virtue of these lyrics is obscene" he said The trial is scheduled to continue today For the benefit of the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 23 ABSOLUTE AUCTION 40 plus cars & trucks To be sold to the highest bidder regardless of price '85 Ferrari 308 GTSI '86 Mercedes '90 Daytona 85 Avanti ’84 Renault ’87 Celebrity ’86 Toyota Corolla ’86 Accord '77 Porsche 911 '82 Pontiac '84 S10 PU '87 Hyundai '73 Mustang ’84 Audi 5000 ’84 Corvette 79 Honda Civic 75 450SL 79 El Camino '86 S10 PU '77 PU ’85 PU ’81 PU '82 Seville '85 Avanti '86 BMW 528e '85 IROC Many More Call for Brochure 987-301 1 Time: January 19 12:00 noon (Viewing 2 hours prior) Where: Accurate Auto Tag Storage compound A 5815 Funston St Hollywood FI 33021 Terms: Cash or Cashier’s Cash Only 10 Buyers Premium $20000 Deposit per vehicle Balance due Monday by 5:00 pm All vehicles sold where is as is AUCTION AUCTION INC AB127 ACCURATE AUTO TAG BRETSARIAN INC VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA CHAP 23 1IOW MANY DIETS HU E YOU BEEN ON AND OI F? 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Spend just $91 in mall stores and receive a 1991 Kodak Desk Calendar “Natures Colors” Redeem receipts at Customer Reception Center - 1st level wwvwwwvwvwwwwwwvwwwvw Valid January 1 8 to 2 1 Limit one per customer while quantities last Oiler excludes department store purchases Find it First Find it Fast at Iff WflijM PLANTATION Over l(M) Stores Plus Macy’s and Lord & Taylor University Drive just North of Broward Boulevard Open Monday - Saturday 10 am - 9:30 pm Sunday 1 2 noon - 6:00 pm Now Open - Sheraton Suites Plantation He walks like a man and leaves trails of huge footprints up to 16" long and Cwidc Bigfoot Kids 12 and under will receive a FRLE Bigfoot Mug See museum quality models eon-strueted from measurements of actual sightings The exhibit will show the various theories of the existence of Bigfoot There will be an oversized box at each display where customers are invited to submit any sightings for possible research Competing area middle schools will have -Bigfoot on the Brain" similar to Battle of the Brains which demonstrates their depth and range of knowledge on January 1G-19 The Free Bigfoot Mug is available with any purchase from participating Patio-food court merchants while supplies last BROWARD MAIX Burdines Jordan Marsh JC Penney Sears plus over 130 exciting stores Monday thru Saturday 1 000 am-900 pm Sunday Noon-5:30 pm Broward Boulevard & University Drive

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