Irvine Man Convicted in Bank Shootout

Irvine Man Convicted in Bank Shootout

An Irvine businessman who exchanged gunfire with SWAT team members and held a bank employee hostage has been convicted on all counts except attempted murder. Myung Jae Kim, a 56-year-old water purification plant owner, claimed that in 2007, more than $200,000 was stolen from his safety deposit box at Hanmi Bank in Buena Park. Kim

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