Kinnear allegedly grabbed a broomstick and starting hitting the guard on the head with it, saying, “I’m going to kill you.” He was arrested and later pleaded guilty to assault with great bodily injury. Kinnear got a year in jail for the felony assault plus three years probation. He received 49 days credit for time served and spent several months in jail before going on probation. Within weeks of being released, Kinnear violated his probation with various misdemeanor charges such as defecating in public and failing to appear in court and for probation meetings, records show. Over the next year, judges would revoke his probation a dozen times. In September 2011, his public defender, Marya Shahriary, told a judge of Kinnear’s mental problems.
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Hollywood Park traditions prepare to find new homes
There were promises from a lot of people that didnt happen, said Sherwood Chillingworth, who has been executive vice president of Oak Tree for about 20 years. If you cant win while youre in, you might as well stay out. Thats about all I can say.
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