An Ontario man faces robbery and firearm charges Monday after authorities say he tried to steal food from a Little Caesars in Ontario with an AR-15-style rifle.Pablito Lucero, 20, was arrested Sunday at the Little Caesars Pizza, 602-B W Holt Blvd. officers were called to the restaurant on the report of a man in possession of a firearm. As officers arrived, they saw a man leaving the restaurant with stolen food items and a large rifle in his shirt, according to Ontario police.The gunman was ordered to put his hands in the air, but when he didn't comply, officers used a stun gun on him, police said. He was taken into custody without any injury to officers or customers."The officers who responded to the call demonstrated exemplary composure while dealing with a high stress situation involving a dangerous suspect in possession of multiple firearms," Ontario police said in a statement.Lucero was found to be in possession of an AR-15-style assault rifle and 9mm polymer handgun, police said. He was being held on $100,000 on suspicion of robbery and multiple firearm charges, and is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.
Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman made a highly emotional return to Atlanta last weekend, crying before Friday night's game and again while being honored on the field and receiving his World Series ring. The slugger's reaction left at least one of his current teammates wondering if Freeman has...
Apparently celebrity boxing matches are still a thing. According to a report, former NFL running backs Adrian Peterson and Le'Veon Bell have agreed to an exhibition fight. Bell and Peterson will fight in a celebrity boxing match on July 30 at Crypto.com Arena - previously Staples Center - in Los Angeles.
Marlin Briscoe, the first Black starting quarterback in American professional football, died on Monday, according to the Associated Press. He was 76 years old. Briscoe's daughter, Angela Marriott, said that the cause of death was pneumonia. Briscoe was hospitalized in Norwalk, California and was dealing with circulation issues with his legs.
Adrian Peterson and Le'Veon Bell are known for being star running backs in the NFL, but this summer, they'll be duking it out in the boxing ring. Peterson and Bell have signed contracts for a boxing exhibition that will take place July 30 at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, according to ESPN.
Tyler Sanders, a young actor best known for roles on ABC's The Rookie alongside Nathan Fillion and 9-1-1: Lone Star with Rob Lowe, has died at 18. According to the New York Post, Sanders passed away at his home in Los Angeles and reps for the young actor confirmed his death in a statement on Friday. No cause of death has been determined yet. A funeral service is scheduled for June 27 in Houston, Texas.
A new report indicates that Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Malik Monk may be willing to take less money in order to remain with the team. Jovan Buha of The Athletic looked at Monk’s status as he enters free agency while coming off the best season of his five-year NBA career.
There was real optimism that the Los Angeles Lakers were going to be able to turn the Russell Westbrook situation into a positive one by trading for all-star point guard Kyrie Irving. Kyrie seemed all but gone from the Nets and the Lakers were the one team that was actively pursuing him.
Being a Los Angeles Laker officially runs in the O'Neal family. Shareef, Shaq's son, signed with the storied NBA franchise on Thursday night. Shareef will start out playing for the Lakers' Summer League squad. There, he'll get a chance to impress the organization's front office. Shaq's son is incredibly grateful...
The Colorado Rockies may have taken a cautious approach with their prized free agent signing, but Kris Bryant’s back injury has resolved enough for him to rejoin the club. On Monday, Bryant was activated off the injured list and included in the Rockies’ lineup against the Los Angeles Dodgers, batting third and patrolling left field.
With the start of NBA free agency just around the corner, the rumor mill has begun to heat up, and right in the middle of it is the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving. The Nets have reportedly been unwilling to offer Irving a full max extension...
Looking for something to do in the summer in LA? Come with me to an LA Dodgers game at the new Dodgers Stadium. This night was extra special for me because it was Japanese Heritage Night. In this video, you’ll see what it’s like to go to a game and I provide tips for when you visit! I hope you enjoy it!
The latest Verzuz battle between Omarion and Mario went down last night (June 23), but Ray J stole the show for the wrong reasons. The hits contest between the millennial R&B stars took place live from Los Angeles. In a twist, the main event featured a preshow battle between Ray J and Bobby V vs. Pleasure P and Sammie. Things went a little left when Ray J performed his 2005 hit "One Wish." In video of the show, Ray is seen struggling to belt out the notes of the slow R&B ballad while he holds his son.
In the weeks leading up to the NBA draft, rumors of potential deals have been running wild. Those rumors included the Los Angeles Clippers, who were reportedly interested in shopping a key guard. According to multiple reports, the Clippers were poking around about a potential Luke Kennard trade. The former...
The son of NBA legend Scottie Pippen did not get drafted by an NBA team on Thursday, but that doesn't mean his dream of playing in the league is over. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, Scotty Pippen Jr. signed a two-way contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. Despite having a successful college basketball career, Pippen was not expected to be drafted due to his size and limited athleticism, according to the Nashville Tennesseean.
A judge issued a warrant Thursday for an eyewitness to the shooting death of rapper Nipsey Hussle for failing to appear to testify at the trial of the man charged in the slaying, and in his absence, a police detective testified about the reluctance of witnesses that has marked the case.
LOS ANGELES (CNS) — A Los Angeles real estate developer was found guilty Monday of paying a $500,000 bribe to a city councilman to “grease the wheels” for a proposed downtown condominium project. Dae Yong Lee, also known as David Lee, was the first defendant to go...