PDQUICK, Camarillo, Calif., has been sued by a woman who said she was sexually assaulted by a company deliveryman who was on parole for a violent felony conviction, reports said. The woman charged that PDQuick, an on-line convience store featuring home delivery, did not thoroughly check the criminal record of the former employee, who was being held in Los Angeles County jail last week pending arraignment on charges he attacked three Pasadena, Calif.-area women in their homes during October. ...

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