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UPDATE: Boardwalk Crash Suspect Had Gone To Job Center

LOS ANGELES (AP) - The man charged with ramming his car through a weekend crowd on the Venice Beach boardwalk was a regular at a Southern California day-labor center.
    
The Los Angeles Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/18d7ouO ) Nathan Campbell was at the Malibu Community Labor Exchange hours before his Dodge killed a honeymooner and injured 16 others. He has pleaded not guilty to murder.
    
Campbell was a center regular last year and reappeared in July.
    
Exchange director Oscar Mondragon says Campbell was known as a calm, helpful man who'd gotten regular jobs.
    
He says Campbell told him he'd bought a car in Denver and was living in it.
    
Mark Hewitt says Campbell had struggled with alcohol problems but was sober Saturday hours before the incident and told Hewitt he was going to Venice to do laundry.

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