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By Mary O'Keefe | April 21, 2006
For more than 20 years Michael Huber had been an example of high Christian morals and devotion to community and children. He was sentenced last week in a Pasadena courtroom to four years and eight months in prison for child pornography. Before being arrested, the La Crescenta resident spoke to church groups and PTA audiences, impressing them with his compassion and his understanding of today's youth. He spoke and everyone listened. That was not the case Monday, when he sat and listened to former friends ask him why he had taken their trust and victimized their children.
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By Mary O'Keefe | November 6, 2008
A La Cañada attorney was arrested oct. 31 on a felony complaint charging him with possessing child pornography and an assault weapon. According to the arrest warrant issued by the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles, Walter Loustari, 57, of Glendale is charged with three felony counts of being in possession of possessing materials depicting the sexual exploitation of a child and one felony count o fillegal possession...
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By Jason Wells | May 6, 2010
A 58-year-old Glendale man was sentenced Friday to six months in jail and up to three years of probation for having child pornography on his home computer and for possessing an assault rifle, officials said. Walter Loustari, an attorney based in La Cañada Flintridge, must surrender to authorities July 15 to begin his jail term and must also register as a sex offender, said Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney?s office. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge William C. Ryan also restricted Loustari?
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June 17, 2004
I was dismayed and appalled by the article in last week's Valley Sun regarding Fletcher J. Hull. Being publicly accused of a crime as distasteful as the possession of child pornography is damming, and automatically carries with it a social, financial and moral stigma which it may take years for a person and their family to erase, notwithstanding their actual guilt or innocence. Accordingly, I feel the premature reporting of it, prior to any actual determination of guilt or innocence, is not appropriate.
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By Mary O'Keefe | March 23, 2006
A La Crescenta man has pleaded no contest to five counts of sex acts involving five teenage boys. "He had his victims pose and model for him," Dist. Atty. Natalie Adomian said. Michael James Huber, 50, is scheduled to appear before Judge J. Morris for his sentencing at 1:30 p.m. on April 13 at Pasadena Superior Court. This will also give the victims an opportunity to make victim impact statements. Huber pleaded no contest in a plea bargain agreement that recommends three years and eight months in prison.
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By Veronica Rocha | April 22, 2010
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge last week cited budget and staffing cuts before postponing the sentencing of a Glendale man who pleaded no contest to possessing child porn and an assault rifle. Appearing frustrated inside his courtroom, Superior Court Judge William Ryan said recent budget cuts to the court system were taking their toll on overworked staff, and said it was the reason he had only just received papers from the defense team for Walter Loustari. The paperwork had been filed at the downtown court Wednesday.
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May 12, 2005
by Jennifer Berry A La Cañada Flintridge businessman was sentenced last week to five years formal probation in exchange for pleading no contest to multiple felony grand theft charges and paying full restitution to eight automobile dealerships. Fletcher Joseph Hull, 59, pleaded no contest to eight counts of grand theft of personal property May 5 in Van Nuys Superior Court. In addition to five years formal probation, Hull was sentenced to 500 hours of community service and is not allowed to be involved in automotive sales businesses in any capacity during his probationary period, said Deputy District Attorney Karen Rizzo.
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By Jason Wells | May 6, 2010
A 58-year-old Glendale man was sentenced Friday to six months in jail and up to three years of probation for having child pornography on his home computer and for possessing an assault rifle, officials said. Walter Loustari, an attorney based in La Cañada Flintridge, must surrender to authorities July 15 to begin his jail term and must also register as a sex offender, said Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney?s office. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge William C. Ryan also restricted Loustari?
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By Mary O'Keefe | November 6, 2008
A La Cañada attorney was arrested oct. 31 on a felony complaint charging him with possessing child pornography and an assault weapon. According to the arrest warrant issued by the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles, Walter Loustari, 57, of Glendale is charged with three felony counts of being in possession of possessing materials depicting the sexual exploitation of a child and one felony count o fillegal possession...
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By Mary O'Keefe | April 21, 2006
For more than 20 years Michael Huber had been an example of high Christian morals and devotion to community and children. He was sentenced last week in a Pasadena courtroom to four years and eight months in prison for child pornography. Before being arrested, the La Crescenta resident spoke to church groups and PTA audiences, impressing them with his compassion and his understanding of today's youth. He spoke and everyone listened. That was not the case Monday, when he sat and listened to former friends ask him why he had taken their trust and victimized their children.
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