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"The incident has also sparked an internal investigation in the Probation Department, where authorities said they are reviewing how the teen gained access to the room and how much time passed before the two were discovered.The incident also raises concerns of safety in the institution.According to court records, both of the teenagers have been charged as adults in gang-related violent crimes."

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"“It wasn’t a really interesting essay, just the latest news breaking. I saw TweetDeck, and I was watching all of our peers — either before or after us — tweet the exact same story. I thought, ‘This is how it ends. This is grim. We’re all just sort of regurgitating the same thing over and over again.”"

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Bank robberies are down, but serial ones lurk http://www.ocregister.com/news/bank-338431-county-robberies.html

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""In each of these cases, the number of stab wounds increased," Rackauckas said. "I became increasingly concerned about the viciousness of the attacks. I wondered whether this murderer would ever quench his thirst to kill and who his next victim might be.""

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"Months after pleading guilty, the former Costa Mesa resident said he learned the substance was not cocaine after all. Timothy Slappy succeeded in having the conviction sealed and removed from his criminal record and, in March 2011, filed a lawsuit against the city, asking for $1 million."

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From my colleague, Greg Hardesty, a profile of a 23-year-old man suspected of killing four homeless men in Orange County.

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"The group's report on 2010 attacks against the homeless comes as detectives from multiple Orange County police agencies continue their search for a suspected serial killer who stabbed to death three homeless men in Anaheim, Placentia and Yorba Linda."We feel they are crimes of opportunity, though it seems grounded on a sickness," said Neil Donovan, executive director of the organization, and an advocate for the homeless for more than 30 years."
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