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October 10, 2012 | From Staff Reports
GIRLS' GOLF South Pasadena 233, Westridge 238: Visiting South Pasadena clinched a share of the Montview League championship Wednesday afternoon thanks to a close-fought five-point victory at par-36 Brookside Golf Course. South Pasadena's Katie Rosenberg shot a day-best 39, while teammate Amy Chong was second with a 44. With the win, South Pasadena improved to 11-1 overall and 9-0 in league, while Westridge suffered its first defeat in falling to 10-1, 8-1. Both teams play again Thursday afternoon at Almansor Golf Course at 3 p.m. with the final share of the league title at stake.
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THE626NOW
June 20, 2012
Five teens were arrested in Pasadena for shooting people with a paintball gun from a Volkswagen Beetle Wednesday morning. A 12-year-old girl and her mother were hit multiple times, as well as a man and a woman. The incident was reported at about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, according to Pasadena police. Pasadena officers saw the teens' car at Fair Oaks Avenue and Mountain Street and took the suspects into custody. Myte Parrish, 18, of Pasadena, was arrested for assault with paintball gun. Four juveniles also were cited and released to their parents/ Two boys and a girl are from Altadena, according to Pasadena police, and one girl is from Upland.
THE626NOW
September 16, 2012
Good morning, readers. Today is Sunday, September 16. Survivors of a South Pasadena school shooting in 1940 still remember the scene. "It was just five weeks before graduation, and the whole community shut down for a week while we attended funerals," one former student told the Pasadena Star-News. Do wned power lines caused a small fire in Arcadia on Saturday , reports Patch .   Pasadena officials have made an arrest in connection to a fire that was started intentionally last week . Pasadena Sun  Ukulele musician Ian Whitcomb will appear at Vroman's Bookstore on Tuesday to play some tunes and sign copies of his new book . The British-born Whitcomb currently resides in Altadena and became an American citizen a couple of weeks ago. Pasadena Sun Also at Vroman's this week, polarizing feminist writer Naomi Wolf reads from her latest book on female identity . Join me on  Google+  or follow me on Twitter  @LATiffanyKelly
THE626NOW
March 29, 2012
Pasadena Police Chief Phillip Sanchez will discuss the officer-involved shooting of an Azusa teen with residents on Saturday morning. The meeting will take place from 9 to 10 a.m. at New Revelation Missionary Baptist Church. On Wednesday Pasadena police arrested Oscar Carrillo, the 9-1-1 caller, and charged him with involuntary manslaughter. Authorities alleged he lied about seeing a gun, which led to the shooting of Kendrec McDade on Saturday. At a press conference Sanchez played Carrillo's 9-1-1 call where he said two armed men stole his laptop computer and a backpack when he was buying tacos at a stand on Orange Grove Boulevard.
THE626NOW
April 9, 2012
A teen charged with burglary and grand theft for an incident connected to the Pasadena police shooting of 19-year-old Kendrec McDade is expected to be appointed a new lawyer on Tuesday. The juvenile, 17, is alleged to have been involved in a burglary from a car in Pasadena on March 24. When the car owner caught two people in his car, he chased and them and called police, reporting the suspects were armed. During that pursuit police shot and killed McDade, who was unarmed. The juvenile was arrested later that evening and charged with a role in the burglary.
THE626NOW
April 24, 2012
A teen connected to the Pasadena police shooting of an unarmed 19-year-old may agree to spend time in a juvenile detention camp to resolve burglary, grand theft and gang chargs levied against him. Prosecutors allege the 17-year-old was one of two people who burglarized a car in Pasadena on Orange Grove Boulevard in Pasadena around 11 p.m. on March 24. The car owner confronted the suspects, chased and them and called police, reportingto a dispatcher...
THE626NOW
July 14, 2012 | By Adolfo Flores, adolfo.flores@latimes.com
Accusing each other of “threatening behavior” and being “childish,” attorneys on a case stemming from the Pasadena police shooting of unarmed teen Kendrec McDade have become bogged down as they interview witnesses. Lawyers representing Pasadena in the McDade family's wrongful death suit say they were locked out during a June 25 witness interview by Caree Harper, an attorney for the family, who threatened them with arrest. Harper, meanwhile, said counsel for the city verbally abused a court reporter and said she wants the city to pay her $3,300 for the time she spent responding to the city's request that she be sanctioned.
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