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Black Actor Detained at Glendale Mall Says He Was Wrongfully Profiled
June 15, 2018
Darris Love, 38, and his attorneys announced the filing of a legal claim against the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, alleging that deputies identified him as a suspect in the burglary even though he and his girlfriend had been shopping at the mall during the crime and the ensuing chase last Wednesday. ... read more »
More Charges Filed Against Man for Alleged Violent Crime Spree
June 13, 2018
In an amended criminal complaint, Redmond James O'Neal (dob 1/30/85) faces six felony counts: one count each of attempted murder, second-degree robbery and criminal threats; and three counts of assault with a deadly weapon with, a knife, a broken glass bottle, and a stabbing device. ... read more »
Black Lives Matter Activists Criticize Selection of Moore as LAPD Chief
June 11, 2018
Garcetti was given three finalists to choose from by the board, the civilian body that oversees the LAPD. They were Moore, San Francisco Police Chief William “Bill” Scott and Deputy LAPD Chief Robert Arcos. Moore has been with the department since 1981. ... read more »
Man Killed in South Park Shooting
June 7, 2018
Authorities today identified a man who was fatally shot at the South Park Recreation Center in South Los Angeles and whose killer remains at large. ... read more »
Authorities Identify Bicyclist Fatally Shot in South Los Angeles
June 7, 2018
Authorities today identified a bicyclist who was fatally shot in South Los Angeles, apparently by an assailant who opened fire from a vehicle. ... read more »
Family Seeks Justice in Leimert Park Triple Homicide 
May 31, 2018
Nancy Amelia Jackson, a woman accused of killing a disabled acquaintance, his mother, and stepfather is facing the death penalty or life in state prison without parole if convicted.  ... read more »
Man Sentenced to 170 Years to Life for Murder, Attempted Murder in South Los Angeles
May 25, 2018
Floyd Odell of Los Angeles was sentenced by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Ronald S. Coen. A jury found Odell guilty on April 17 of one felony count each of murder, attempted murder and possession of a firearm by a felon, as well as two felony counts of assault with a firearm. Jurors also found true allegations of firearm use and causing great bodily injury. ... read more »
Firefighters Killed Throughout L.A. History to be Honored With Street Signs
May 24, 2018
The street signs will be paid for by the United Firefighters of Los Angeles City union and installed by the Transportation Department, while the Los Angeles Fire Department Historical Society will provide the names of the 62 firefighters and where they died.  ... read more »
Crenshaw Manor Block Party Focuses on Emergency Response
May 24, 2018
Crenshaw Manor residents united May 19, for their 4th annual block party by focusing on emergency response and safety awareness ... read more »
Settlement reached in LA shooting of homeless black man 
May 17, 2018
 A settlement of $1.9 million was reached Thursday in a civil lawsuit stemming from the fatal police shooting of a homeless black man on Skid Row in Los Angeles three years ago, attorneys said.  ... read more »
The Truth About 15-year-old Gun Violence Victim Hannah Bell
May 10, 2018
Samantha Mays was thankful for the financial donation she received from gang prevention advocates, but she appeared more grateful and relieved that she could speak the truth about her 15-year-old daughter gunned down right before her eyes.  ... read more »
Wesson, Price, Harris-Dawson and Sentinel host LAPD Town Hall   
April 12, 2018
Community Gives Voice on Selection of LA’s Next Police Chief  ... read more »
Woman, Two Others Charged in Connection with Hit-and-Run Fatal Crash in Playa Vista
March 2, 2018
Woman, Two Others Charged in Connection with Hit-and-Run Fatal Crash in Playa Vista ... read more »
L.A. Starts Social Media Campaign to Highlight LAPD Diversity
March 1, 2018
The campaign also includes information about the LAPD application and recruitment process, and highlights the different career paths ... read more »
Metro statement on video of young woman being removed by police from subway vehicle
January 30, 2018
As Metro continues to work with our partners at the Los Angeles Police Department on the investigation of a young woman being forcibly removed from a Metro subway train yesterday, I want to be clear about my position: We want our Customer Code of Conduct rules enforced, but I’m disappointed at the way the situation escalated. ... read more »
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