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|Robbery suspect leads police on chase, found hiding in West Covina yard - San Gabriel Valley Tribune|
|Robbery suspect leads police on chase, found hiding in West Covina yardSan Gabriel Valley TribuneWEST COVINA >> A robbery suspect tried to outrun police Monday but one of his tires blew. Ditching his pickup truck, he fled into a neighborhood but was later discovered hiding in a backyard. Officers arrested the man who was also bitten by a police dog.
|Showtime's 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' pilot might boost West Covina's coffers - San Gabriel Valley Tribune|
|Showtime's 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' pilot might boost West Covina's coffersSan Gabriel Valley TribunePeter's El Loco was the site where Nickelodeon filmed the movie þÄúGood BurgerþÄù in 1990s in West Covina on Friday, July 25, 2014. A new Showtime show þÄúCrazy Ex-GirlfriendþÄù will be based in West Covina and follow a lawyer who leaves her ...
|Covina officer probed over arrest of man filming police activity - San Gabriel Valley Tribune|
|Covina officer probed over arrest of man filming police activitySan Gabriel Valley TribuneWilliam David Robin, 23, of Pomona, is about to be taken down by Covina police Officer Ken Counts on June 30, 2014, in a video that Robin himself filmed. Robin was filming the scene of a reported domestic dispute call on East Tudor Street when the ...
|West Covina man gets 16 months for biting officer while soaked in gasoline - San Gabriel Valley Tribune|
|West Covina man gets 16 months for biting officer while soaked in gasolineSan Gabriel Valley TribuneWEST COVINA - A West Covina man was sentenced to 16 months in county jail for a bizarre incident where he doused himself in gasoline and bit an officer during a scuffle with police. Juan Carlos Urrutia, 24, took a deal. Sarah Ardalani, spokeswoman for ...
|Covina Girl Scout plants trees to honor fallen soldiers - San Gabriel Valley Tribune|
|Covina Girl Scout plants trees to honor fallen soldiersSan Gabriel Valley TribuneGirl Scout Mia Soza and the Covina Yellow Ribbon project want to make sure no local fallen soldier gets forgotten. Soza, 18, of Covina started “Planting a Memory” as a way to memorialize soldiers from Covina who died while on duty through trees planted ...