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first_imgThe four are accused of robbing 14 people between August and December 2004. Mom and pop stores in San Marino, Alhambra, Whittier and Monterey Park were hit by two robbers. Prosecutors have also charged Cisneros, Oso, Lopez and another suspect, Bernadette Corvera, with the Dec. 10, 2004, fatal shooting of Joseph Molina, 22, of Whittier during a robbery of the Subway store at Norwalk and Beverly boulevards in Whittier. Oso was charged with being an accessory after the fact. Corvera, 25, pleaded guilty June 7 to Molina’s shooting and one other robbery. She has yet to be sentenced. Resendez, Cisneros, Oso and Lopez were also charged with the Aug. 4, 2004, killing of Dianqiu Wu of Rowland Heights, who was shot during a robbery in a San Gabriel parking lot. Embezzlement trial set for Oct. 29 NORWALK – The trial of Ira Moreland III, a former Whittier employee accused of embezzling more than $230,000 from the city over the span of 28 months is set for Oct. 29. Moreland, of Riverside, was arrested in January and remains free on $20,000 bail. Prosecutors allege Moreland ordered equipment for the city that wasn’t delivered but payment for that equipment was deposited into his bank account. At the time, city officials say Moreland was working as a solid waste supervisor and was in charge of 13 full-time and six part-time workers. He worked for the city from 1998 to 2007. Heritage gathering at City Park MONTEBELLO – National Hispanic Heritage Month will be celebrated from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday at Montebello City Park, 115 S. Taylor Ave. Entertainment will include the music of Tierra and Wise Guys, as well as mariachis, folklorico dancers and Aztec dancers. Food will be available. There will be an art display by Yoland Gonzalez. Winners of the Hispanic Heritage Essay Contest will also be announced. For more information, call (323) 887-1373. From staff reports160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOS ANGELES – The arraignment for four suspects in a 2004 robbery spree in the Whittier and San Gabriel Valley area that left two men dead was continued to Nov. 13. Jose Resendez, 30, Leonardo Cisneros, 23, Mitzie Oso, 28, and Sara Lopez, 25, appeared Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court. Deputy District Attorney Robert Grace said he is trying to get some of the defendants to consider a plea bargain. Both sides have been in discussion, he added. He said the DA’s Office would probably seek the death penalty on one or two of the suspects. last_img

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