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Did food inspector grope doughnut shop owner? What the videotape shows

December 3, 2010 |  1:49 pm

TALE OF THE TAPE: A surveillance tape shows some curious embracing between an L.A. County health inspector and the owner of a Pomona doughnut shop. The health inspector was charged with misdemeanor sexual battery, but this week, a judge declared a mistrial. According to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune: "Judge David Brougham said the trial could not continue after Deputy District Attorney Lauren Guber failed to give [the inspector's] defense attorney an audio recording she made during interviews with the alleged victim and her husband."

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DRIVE-IN: The First Friday food truck event is generating controversy -- and parking issues -- in Venice. (LAist)

BIKE POWER: Santa Monica bikers are gaining political clout. (Santa Monica Daily Press)

FORE!: A pilot successfully lands his plane on Corona golf course. "I was trying to avoid the green," he said after ending up hitting a sand trap. (Riverside Press-Enterprise)

JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS: Taking a ride on the Fillmore Christmas tree train (Ventura County Star).

-- Shelby Grad

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