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  • Four people killed in Compton crash during pursuit by deputies

    Four people were killed early Saturday following a high-speed pursuit by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies that ended when the pursued vehicle slammed into another car, flipped over and burst into flames, authorities said. The collision occurred about 12:30 a.m. at the intersection of West Greenleaf Boulevard and South Wilmington Avenue in Compton, said Sgt. […] More

  • Police investigate fatal shooting in Watts, CA

    Los Angeles police are investigating the fatal shooting of a victim believed to be a teenage boy Thursday morning in Watts. They responded about 8:45 a.m. to a fatal gunshot victim in the 9700 block of Antwerp Street in Watts, where they found a male suffering from a bullet wound, said LAPD Sgt. Joe Fleming. This area […] More

  • FBI arrests 19 alleged MS-13 gang members, associates in crackdown

    Nineteen alleged members and associates of the Mara Salvatrucha-13 gang, including a high-ranking leader, were arrested Tuesday after a two-year investigation, authorities said. The investigation targeted “leadership, shot-callers and decision-makers” in MS-13 connected to its overseer, the Mexican Mafia, said Timothy Delaney, special agent in charge of the Los Angeles FBI criminal division. Authorities allege Thomas “Big Boy” […] More

  • Ex-Long Beach Police Detective Accused Of Leaking Info To Gang

    Officials Friday announced the arrest of a former Long Beach police detective accused of using her position to help a criminal street gang. Yvonne Robinson, 42, was fired last March after serving 13 years on the police force, according to Chief Jim McDonnell. She was a detective assigned to the Long Beach Police Department juvenile […] More

  • Mexican teenage assassin to soon live freely in Texas

      MEXICO CITY — He admitted being a salaried killer for a drug cartel, the kind of assassin who preferred slashing his victims’ throats. On Tuesday, after serving three years behind bars, he was released from a Mexican detention center and was on his way to the United States — where he would soon live as a free man. Or, rather, […] More

  • Officials charge 17 in drug trafficking case linked to Mexican Mafia

    Law enforcement authorities said Wednesday that 17 reputed gang members were charged in connection with a narcotics trafficking operation that sold drugs from Mexico on the streets of Ventura County. Methamphetamine and heroin were supplied by an organization in Mexico that was directed by a member of the Mexican Mafia, a California prison gang that exerts […] More

  • Woman shot, hurt by Long Beach police was carrying a fake handgun

    A woman wounded in an officer-involved shooting Saturday in downtown Long Beach was carrying a fake semi-automatic pistol, authorities say. Homicide detectives identified the woman as Adeline Arroyo, 32, who remains hospitalized in serious but stable condition. The Long Beach resident was booked on suspicion of brandishing a replica firearm in the presence of a […] More

  • Nine-year-old girl and aunt injured in South L.A. shooting

      A girl and her aunt suffered wounds Sunday evening after their first-floor apartment in South Los Angeles was sprayed with gunfire. Twelve to 15 shots were fired from a 9mm semiautomatic handgun into the apartment on South Central Avenue, said Sgt. Scott Stevens of the Los Angeles Police Department. The 9-year-old girl was struck once […] More

  • 1 person killed, 2 others wounded in Oxnard shooting

    One person was shot and killed and two others were wounded in Oxnard, police said Wednesday night. The victims were all males and were taken to Ventura County Medical Center, where one of them was pronounced dead, according to the Oxnard Police Department. Their names and ages were not released. Police said the shooting was […] More

  • Suspect who wounded officers arrested after standoff, police say

    A parolee suspected of shooting an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent and a police officer Friday near Sacramento was taken into custody Saturday morning after a nine-hour standoff. Authorities identified the man as Sammy Duran.  The agent, who was not identified, was shot about 3 p.m. while working with investigators from the Roseville Police Department […] More

  • Boy, 13, was shot seven times by Sonoma County deputy, report finds

    A 13-year-old boy killed by a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy while carrying a pellet gun that resembled an assault rifle was shot seven times, according to a preliminary coroner’s report. Two of the rounds that struck Andy Lopez were fatal. One hit his right hip and the other struck the right side of his chest, […] More

  • Los Angeles goes nine days without a homicide

    In a city that averages about one slaying a day, Los Angeles has not had a homicide in nine days, a stretch that has not been seen since 2010, according to figures from the L.A. Police Department. “If you would have told me 20 years ago that we would go nine days without a homicide, […] More

  • Man, 24, killed in Westmont drive-by shooting

    Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department homicide detectives are investigating the shooting death of a 24-year-old man early Saturday in front of an apartment complex in Westmont, an unincorporated section of the county. The man, whose name has not been released, was standing in front of a building in the 1000 block of West 92nd Street when he was shot […] More

  • LAPD officers shoot woman wielding knife in downtown L.A.

    A woman wielding a knife was shot by police in downtown Los Angeles on Friday, not far from the Ronald Reagan State Building, authorities say. The shooting in the St. George Hotel, in the 300 block of East 3rd Street, occurred after LAPD officers responded to a call about 12:45 p.m. of a woman who was causing a […] More

  • L.A. County supervisors agree to pump $29 million into jail reforms

      A year after a citizens’ commission handed down an extensive set of recommendations for preventing abuse of inmates in the county’s jails, Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to fund many of the reforms. The board unanimously voted to authorize $29.3 million for the first year of a three-year plan that includes hiring more supervisors to […] More

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