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By Christopher Cadelago | May 26, 2009
Every morning Wes Migletz fires up his ’72 Chevy pickup and drives the 30 miles from his home in Burbank to work at Toyota’s U.S. sales and marketing headquarters in Torrance, he feels something missing in his life. It isn’t family. No, that’s purring along like the engines of classic cars he bought and sold — the ’55 Thunderbird, ’62 Corvette and ’71 Super Beetle, the car he drove when he took his wife on their first date to Bob’s Big Boy. It isn’t location, either.
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October 2, 2009
The following were taken from reports filed at the Burbank Police Station:    110 block of East Magnolia Avenue: A man walked into Sears and removed a large flat-screen TV from the display area.  1100 block of North San Fernando Boulevard: Patrol arrested a 28-year-old homeless man for resisting arrest.  2000 block of West Burbank Boulevard: A man grabbed the cash drawer from a store’s register and ran out.  100 block of North Victory Boulevard: Two Latino men made off with a white gold bracelet containing diamonds valued at $40,000.
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By Christopher Cadelago | May 27, 2009
Every morning Wes Migletz fires up his ’72 Chevy pickup and drives the 30 miles from his home in Burbank to work at Toyota’s U.S. sales and marketing headquarters in Torrance, he feels something missing in his life. It isn’t family. No, that’s purring along like the engines of classic cars he bought and sold — the ’55 Thunderbird, ’62 Corvette and ’71 Super Beetle, the car he drove when he took his wife on their first date to Bob’s Big Boy. It isn’t location, either.
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