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By Seth Amitin | February 25, 2010
A stolen car that was used as a getaway vehicle for an armed burglary on Foothill Boulevard on Feb. 21 has been recovered and two suspects have been arrested, officials said. On Feb. 21, the Acura sedan was spotted as a getaway car during an armed burglary at a Del Taco in the 6200 block of Foothill Boulevard, police said. The car was spotted hours later on Marcus Avenue and Apperson Street in Tujunga with a man matching the description of the suspect from the burglary. ?During the burglary, the Del Taco employee behind the counter got the license plate of the car,?
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By Susan James | October 11, 2007
Hollywood horror is waiting for you every Friday and Saturday night through Halloween, Oct. 31, at Universal Studios. For thrill-seeking horror buffs, Universal has been turned into a network of scare zones and fright mazes linked together by the terror tram which allows visitors to personalize their itinerary of fear. Three special mazes have been constructed, each featuring the star of a particular horror series — Freddy Krueger of “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” Jason of “Friday the 13th” and the cannibal crunching stylings of the Hewitt family of “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” fame — just the thing for those tedious Friday nights.
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By Seth Amitin | February 25, 2010
A stolen car that was used as a getaway vehicle for an armed burglary on Foothill Boulevard on Feb. 21 has been recovered and two suspects have been arrested, officials said. On Feb. 21, the Acura sedan was spotted as a getaway car during an armed burglary at a Del Taco in the 6200 block of Foothill Boulevard, police said. The car was spotted hours later on Marcus Avenue and Apperson Street in Tujunga with a man matching the description of the suspect from the burglary. ?During the burglary, the Del Taco employee behind the counter got the license plate of the car,?
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By Susan James | October 11, 2007
Hollywood horror is waiting for you every Friday and Saturday night through Halloween, Oct. 31, at Universal Studios. For thrill-seeking horror buffs, Universal has been turned into a network of scare zones and fright mazes linked together by the terror tram which allows visitors to personalize their itinerary of fear. Three special mazes have been constructed, each featuring the star of a particular horror series — Freddy Krueger of “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” Jason of “Friday the 13th” and the cannibal crunching stylings of the Hewitt family of “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” fame — just the thing for those tedious Friday nights.
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