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HA HA HA Armos, a black man trademarked his unibrow. Once again YOU LOSE !
NBA Top Draft Pick Anthony Davis Trademarks His Unibrow
By ALON HARISH
June 26, 2012
Since he began his freshman year at the University of Kentucky, teammates exhorted basketball star Anthony Davis to shave his unibrow. They failed. A year later, as the expected top pick in this week's NBA draft, Davis is aiming to cash in on his refusal.
In anticipation of his imminent rise to national stardom, Davis trademarked the phrases "Raise the Brow" and "Fear the Brow." Widely expected to be drafted by the New Orleans Hornets in Thursday's draft, Davis said he saw profit potential in leaving his eyebrows connected.
"I don't want anyone to try to grow a unibrow because of me and then try to make money off of it," Davis told CNBC. "Me and my family decided to trademark it because it's very unique."
The rest at http://abcnews.go.com/US/anthony-davis-tradem...
you need a new shrink
guys this is a bullshit thread and it is designed to stir up hate, don't fall for the white man's BS
Burbank man tied to illegal firearms, drug trafficking bust
May 25, 2012 | 10:20 a.m.
Federal authorities today announced the arrests of five men – one of them in Burbank -- for alleged firearms and narcotics violations during an undercover investigation dubbed “Operation Hollywood Confidential.”
A total of eight defendants were named in seven federal criminal indictments, including the Burbank resident, Hayk Kazaryan, 31, according to the theBureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Kazaryan was arrested Nov. 30 on suspicion of distributing methamphetamine, being a felon in possession of a firearm that was also unregistered.
Kazaryan also allegedly stabbed a man in the leg on Nov. 16 in the 600 block of University Avenue in Burbank. He pleaded not guilty to attempted murder in that case.
Four other men were also arrested and pleaded not guilty to firearms and methamphetamine distribution charges and are scheduled to go to trial this summer, according to the ATF.
Warrants have been issued for three other men who have not been located.
In June 2010, ATF initiated an investigation that targeted firearm traffickers in Hollywood and the San Fernando Valley area after being tipped off to firearm trafficking.
An undercover informant was able to negotiate the purchase of 13 illegal firearms and narcotics in the San Fernando Valley, according to the agency.
ATF Special Agent in Charge Steven J. Bogdalek said in a statement that the investigation “disrupted several firearm trafficking suspects that were also supplying narcotics in the west valley of Los Angeles.”
The drug distribution charges alleged in the indictments carry a minimum sentence of at least five years and statutory maximum penalties of 40 years in federal prison. The firearm-related charges carry a statutory maximum sentence of 10 years in federal prison.
Los Angeles police and L.A. County probation officers assisted in the investigation.
-- Maria Hsin, Times Community News
i love how your a hypocrite.
So? This is a Glendale board. Which of these on your list are from Glendale? Which ones live in Glendale? None of them. You lose, play again. Ha ha ha ha ha
then like an idiot you post crimes from Burbank and Hollywood. You are such a pathetic loser.
7/08 Cesar Garcia arrested in Glendale for ID theft
7/08 Kevin Kyle Tavu warrant out for his arrest in Glendale
7/08 Carmelina Maria Villedia arrested for DUI
7/08 Jose Munante Valenzuela arrested for 6 counts of ID Theft
7/08 Ray Mikel Black arrested for assault
7/08 Jose Antonio Rodriguez arrested for DUI
7/08 Brian Dean Topping assault
7/08 Alejandro Daniel Tapio arrested for drugs
7/08 Ricard Rufino Gonzalez arrested for assault
there are more Mexicans and Americans being arrested in Glendale on any given night than Armenians. Get a life you pathetic bigot.
You have merely singled out certain names. You must not be from around here, Burbank and Pasadena flank Glendale. That is much closer than Madoff, who is thousands of miles away. I bet you do not even know who Ara Grigoryan is do you?
Man arrested after scaling apartment wall in alleged burglary attempt
A 28-year-old Tujunga man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of attempted burglary in Burbank after a witness saw the man hanging by his hands and shuffling across the wall of an apartment building, police said.
A witness allegedly saw the man, Vage Ovsepyan, scale the wall to get to a second-floor patio in an attempt to enter an apartment, police said.
Seven officers responded to the scene in the 600 block of East Angeleno Avenue at about 11 p.m. Sgt. Darin Ryburn said.
“When officers arrived they talked to a witness who said she was awakened by a noise, looked out and saw a man hanging by his hands, shuffling across the wall and then jump onto the patio on the second floor,” Ryburn said.
Police also allegedly found narcotics during a search of Ovsepyan’s car, Ryburn said.
Ovsepyan was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary, and possession of methamphetamines and drug paraphernalia. He remained in custody Wednesday, Ryburn said, as police continued their investigation.
-- Maria Hsin, Times Community News
lets talk Burbank
7/10 CARROLL,ALEXANDRA ELAINE charge 5 counts for 853.7PC and had a warrant out for her arrest
7/10 GALLAHER,ANGELA MARIE charge 647(F)PC
7/10 HARRISON,ERIC 21200.5VC
7/10 JACOBSON,DAVIS TROY charge 23152(A)VC and 23152(B)VC
7/10 MORGAN,ZACK CARLTON 415(1)PC and 65000ZZ
the list goes on you ignorant bigot. more crimes are committed in all of those cities by non-Armenians everyday but since your a pathetic racist you ignore the other crimes and concentrate on the Armenian ones. How sad and pathetic is your life?
You are probably a creationist, due to your ignorance and lack of an education so this picture sums up why you are so pathetic.
Yes, i am calling you retarded. you are the ignorant scum that will hate a whole group just by the actions of one individual. you are an ignorant, pathetic individual.
Man pleads not guilty to heroin charge
By Veronica Rocha, firstname.lastname@example.org
July 19, 2012 | 5:15 p.m.
A 26-year-old parolee pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of selling heroin at a Montrose strip mall parking lot, officials said.
Vaghan Stepanyan, who is on parole for a grand theft conviction, faces six felony counts for drug sales, possessing a controlled substance and firearm violations, according to a Los Angeles County Superior Court criminal complaint.
Two other men — Tigran Zmrukhtyan, 19, of Pasadena and Nverik Yaghoomian, 26, of Glendale — also were charged with possessing a controlled substance after they allegedly purchased heroin in an alley and tried to rid of it when Glendale police spotted them.
Narcotics detectives began investigating Stepanyan on Monday after they received complaints about possible drugs sales in the strip mall.
Detectives said they saw Stepanyan exchange an object with a motorist in an alley outside a two-story home near the mall at Honolulu Avenue and Glenwood Road.
About 40 minutes later, detectives saw Stepanyan pass an object to Yaghoomian and Zmrukhtyan as the pair were seated inside their car, according to police. Yaghoomian discarded a bag containing heroin from the passenger window when they were stopped, police said.
Detectives searched Stepanyan and found $1,100 in his wallet.
Police then searched Stepanyan’s room on the 2800 block of Hermosa Avenue, where he was living with his aunt.
Inside his room, detectives found heroin, hypodermic needles, drug paraphernalia, digital scales, numerous plastic bags, cash, ammunition and a gun, according to police. They also found prescription pills to treat pain and opioid addiction.
Authorities said Stepanyan had been dealing for a while and had clients of all ages.
Stepanyan has multiple convictions, including possessing drugs, identity theft, unlawfully carrying a weapon, petty theft and grand theft, according to court records.
The arrests come a few days after a meeting of the Crescenta Valley Drug and Alcohol Prevention Coalition aimed at discussing ways to deter local teens from abusing legal and illicit drugs.
“Heroin is no stranger to many of our communities,” said coalition president Matt Zakarian, who’s also a police officer.“The [coalition] stands fast against drug sales in our community.”
Glendale Police Chief Ron De Pompa raised concerns regarding heroin use in 2010, when he attributed all drug-related offenses in January that year to the drug.
At the time, he said heroin use had been escalating for the past five years and more high school students and young adults were getting hooked on the drug.
That same year, the coalition was awarded a five-year,$625,000 federal grant to work on thwarting substance abuse among local teens.
Zakarian urged parents to help their children have the “strength and courage to turn away from substance abuse.”
He also encouraged resident to report any suspicious activity to police.
“Our community will no longer tolerate sellers or users,” Zakarian said.
The link also shows one butt-ugly picture of this guy.
RESENDIS,THOMAS DRUGS FEL
ANDRES,RUBEN GOODBEAR 4 counts of SEX OFFENSE
PARKER,DEREK JOHN 2 counts of DUI
CLARK,MICHAEL JAMES 4 counts of THEFT OTY
ALVARADO,KENEDY ALEXANDER 32PC
FLORES,ANDREE GOMEZ 23152(A)VC, 853.7PC, 20002(A)VC
RODRIGUEZ,AMADO 11378HS, 11370.1(A)HS, 11377(A)HS, 422PC, 11370.1(A)HS, 65000ZZ
Your posts never document your source of information.
that cities police department. go search glendale police department and burbank police department
I find it funny how you post all these stories about Armenian crimes but i doubt you mentioned anything about the worst crime in Glendale committed by a Mexican.
Juan Manuel Alvarez caused the death of 11 people.
That is the worst hit and run ever, he parked his car on the tracks and took off.
The worst hit and run was by my wife Ara Grigoryan. He killed a girl hit and run and then ran away from the country. They caught him in Mexico trying to get on a plane to Armenia. At his sentencing his family complained there was no justice in America. He is #1. He is quite the honey now, he takes things like a wife ought to, he hardly moans any more and he will be here another 8 or 9 years.
So killing one person is worse than parking your car on a train track causing a huge accident and killing 11 people? You seriously are mentally challenged.
Dominguez, Laura DUI
Bowsher, Raymond Assault and Battery
Alday, Desiree Assault
Ryu, Hannah Burglary
Cano, brian DUI
Dupras, Joseph Narcotics
Byrd, michael Assault, Dangerous Drugs
Anaya, Rufino Vehicle Moving Violations
Argo, Derek Drunk
White, Regina Theft
Rios, Cesar Dangerous Drugs, Selected Traffic Violations
Foothill most wanted
Avila, Guillermo Lua
Flores, Milburgo Zagal
Not a single Armenian you ignorant bigot
Bordenave, Andrea Lunice 647(F)PC
Chavez, Juan Manuel 273.4(A)PC
Delaney, Karina Lee 4060BP
Guevara, Karla Beatriz 240PC
Shin, Edward 23152(A)VC, 23152(B)VC
Lucas, Ismael DUI
Valdivia, Jose A Driving Offenses
Calderon, Robert A Driving Offenses
Carrillo, Danny Selected Traffic Violations
Hernandez, Juan C Driving Offenses
Mullin, Brian DUI
Banuelos, Aldo DUI
The list goes on. Don't worry i will be posting every day from now. See you tomorrow.
Police: Driver tried to run over men in 7-Eleven parking lot
Suspect allegedly hit one of them after they wouldn't buy a TV from him.
By Veronica Rocha, email@example.com
July 24, 2012 | 6:49 p.m.
A 55-year-old man was charged with several counts Tuesday after he allegedly twice tried to run over three men with his Ford Thunderbird outside a 7-Eleven store in Glendale.
Lloyd Morris, of Glendale, who allegedly hit one of the men with his car, faces three felony counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of resisting an officer and one count of hit-and-run in connection with the July 20 incident, according to a Los Angeles County Superior Court complaint.
The alleged victims told officers that Morris approached them just before midnight outside a 7-Eleven in the 1100 block of East Broadway, opened the Ford's trunk and tried to sell them an old TV, apparently to get money to buy beer.
Police released two surveillance videos on Tuesday showing a white Ford Thunderbird backing out of a parking spot and driving directly toward the men — who were described as Glendale residents in their early 20s — and their Mercedes-Benz. The men were smoking next to their car when the attack occurred.
In the video footage, the Thunderbird is seen nearly mowing the men down the first time as they jump out of the way, and then a second time in reverse as the men try to run away.
The car then strikes one of the men — sending him flying into the air — and the back of the Mercedes before driving off.
The men, including the one who was struck, scramble into the Mercedes and take off in pursuit.
Police used Morris' license plate number to track down his address in the 2900 block of Edmonton Drive, where an officer spotted him standing next to the damaged Thunderbird in the middle of the street, according to police reports.
Before the officer could say anything, Morris yelled and allegedly told the officer he would shoot him.
He refused to comply with several orders to get on the ground, and urged the officer twice to shoot him, according to police.
Police used a Taser to subdue and arrest Morris, but even then, he allegedly tried to spit on and bite officers.
Glendale man nabbed after high-speed chase from Pasadena
July 23, 2012| 11:50 a.m.
A man who allegedly led Pasadena police on a brief high-speed chase was arrested later in Glendale after reporting his car stolen.
At 10 p.m. Friday, Pasadena officers found the man, Jose Gonzalez, 41, of Glendale, sitting semi-conscious in a parked car with the engine running at the corner of Villa Street and Chester Avenue — a hypodermic needle sticking out of his arm, according to police.
When officers made contact with Gonzalez he drove off and headed west on the Ventura (134) Freeway. Officers called off the pursuit once Gonzalez’s car allegedly reached speeds of between 85 and 90 miles per hour, according to Pasadena police Lt. Phlunte Riddle.
Gonzalez later told Glendale police that his car had been stolen. Pasadena police identified Gonzalez at the Glendale station, determined the car had not been stolen and arrested him on suspicion of evading a police officer, Riddle said.
--Bill Kisliuk, Times Community News
Im surprised the bigot didnt mention this police chase. Care to answer why you ignorant bigot?
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