Pasadena police arrested four people mostly for public intoxication during a quiet night along the Rose Parade route where thousands camped out in advance of the New Year’s Day parade Monday.
Three of the arrests were for public intoxication and one person was arrested on a warrant, Pasadena police Lt. Pete Hettema said.
Hettema, whose been with the department for about 30 years, said it may be the fewest number of arrests he’s ever seen along the 5.5-mile route the night before the parade.
Last year, seven were arrested for public intoxication and trespassing . In 2013, more than 20 were arrested.
When Rius Billing started at Alliance Spacesystems in 1998, the company had two rooms and less than 20 employees.
Twenty years later, the company now known as MDA U.S. Systems, employs four times as many people in Pasadena and uses three buildings in a Lincoln Avenue industrial park.
MDA U.S. Systems is part of a subtle network of companies linked to the NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. They operate throughout the city in quiet, sometimes unmarked business parks, with specialties in tough-to-build components necessary for NASA’s biggest missions.
The space systems company built the robotic arms on all of the rovers sent
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