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Is Sheriff’s search of homes of Supervisor Sheila Kuehl & oversight commissioner Patti Giggans part of a pattern? Report says yes.
At approximately 7 a.m. Wednesday morning, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies arrived at the home of LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl with a warrant to search her house. According to Kuehl, the warrant didn’t detail the reason for the search. She characterized actions as part of a bogus investigation.
Impact Justice and Its Project Pairing Homeowners With Formerly Incarcerated Tenants Gets a $15 Million Boost
With a $15 million pot of funding in California’s 2022-23 budget, the organization Impact Justice will expand their highly successful Project Homecoming into Los Angeles. The program, first launched in Alameda County, pairs people leaving prison with local residents willing to share their homes. With the new pot of...
The study suggests Ohio may experience more gun crimes by not screening out people who have been convicted of violent assaults from buying guns.
There were four more requests for gun violence restraining orders on Jeff Brooker’s desk when he arrived at the San Diego City Attorney’s Office that July morning. Officers had responded to a minor car crash at a mall where the driver, who carried a replica firearm, was rambling delusionally and threatening to kill the “one-percenters” and a public official. Another man, during an argument outside a family member’s home, had pulled a gun out of his waistband and pointed it at someone’s head as several others looked on.
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