He went bananas for beer. A man wreaked havoc on a California 7-Eleven when he was denied a late-night brew, knocking over fruit and smashing windows during a wild fit, surveillance video shows. The footage, released by the Santa Ana Police Department, shows the suspect walk into the store in Santa Ana on Aug. 25...
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OCTOBER 22, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - BOTANICA SAN ELIAS & SANTA ANA, INC.
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