Multiple Armed Robbers were Shot at by the Homeowner and one died.Perry EastmanNewsBreak Contributor
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Craving a Burger that’ll Make You Say “Holy Cow”? Here’s Some Los Angeles Burger Joints That Deliver!
Craving a Burger that’ll Make You Say “Holy Cow”? Here’s Some Los Angeles Burger Joints Deliver. Los Angeles burger joints that deliver on their promise of deliciousness are scattered throughout the city, and we’ve got the inside scoop on three of them: Burgers Never Say Die, First Street Burgers, and Farmer Boys. When it comes to satisfying your burger cravings in Los Angeles, you’re in for a treat.
Man Fatally Shot in Car at South LA Gas Station, Suspects Flee Scene
• A man was shot to death at a gas station in the Vermont Knolls area of Los Angeles. • The shooting occurred at 11:08 p.m. Sunday in the 8500 block of South Hoover Street.
Father shot, killed while Christmas shopping
A family is in mourning after Marquette Deon Scott Jr. was shot and killed while he was sitting in his car at a South LA gas station. His family said the father of four was in town to buy Christmas presents.
Suspected Los Angeles serial killer got $700K settlement from Santa Monica before shooting spree
California felon Jerrid Powell, suspected in Los Angeles serial killings, recently received a six-figure settlement in a lawsuit against City of Santa Monica.
Man armed with crowbar damages 30 cars in Koreatown, LAPD says
Police are searching for a man who they say used a yellow crowbar to smash the bodies and windows of about 30 cars parked in Koreatown.
Man punched in the face while pushing infant in stroller in Calabasas
Disturbing security camera footage shows a man sucker-punch another man who was pushing his infant grandchild in a stroller in Calabasas on Tuesday. The victim called the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department around 5:42 p.m. to report the incident, which happened in the 4000 block of Lost Spring Road, a spokesperson confirmed. A video posted […]
LA Mayor Promised To Fast-Track Affordable Housing. But Plans Near Single-Family Homes Have Stalled
Developers were counting on the mayor’s initiative to streamline projects in residential areas. Then the rules changed.
Hollywood Hills homeowner shoots neighbor who entered home and refused to leave: LAPD
A Hollywood Hills homeowner shot and injured a man who entered their home and refused to leave, police confirmed Tuesday.
Second panga boat washes ashore Malibu beach in one week
MALIBU, Calif. - An investigation is underway after a panga boat was discovered along the Malibu coast Wednesday morning - the second in a week to wash ashore in the area, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Officials said no one was inside the overturned boat that was...
City Calls On LAPD To Disclose Usage Of 'Feather Alert'
The statewide system was enacted earlier this year to find missing Indigenous people.
Suehiro Cafe facing eviction after more than 50 years in Little Tokyo: 'Our heart and soul is there'
Little Tokyo is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, but the number of legacy restaurants that have been there for more than 50 years is getting smaller.
Deputies: 26-year-old found asleep next to gun
A 26-year-old Los Angeles resident was arrested on suspicion of carrying a loaded firearm in a public place, according to Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officials. According to Deputy Kabrina Borbon, a spokeswoman for the SCV Sheriff’s Station, deputies responded to the 19000 block of Soledad Canyon Road in response to a call for service on Thursday at 2:30 a.m.
Combating Drug Trafficking: Project Safe Neighborhoods' Role in Strengthening Small Communities
In a recent incident highlighting the pervasive issue of drug trafficking in smaller communities, Sylvia Ferguson, a 43-year-old Sharon resident, has been sentenced to a 15-month prison term. Her conviction for conspiring to distribute morphine from 2019 to 2021 is part of a larger initiative known as Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN), which focuses on reducing violent crime and enhancing community safety nationwide. Ferguson's case, exacerbated by her prior probation status from an earlier conviction, signifies the ongoing efforts to dismantle the illegal drug trade and its ramifications on local environments.
South LA Hit-and-Run Claims Life of Father of 2
A hit-and-run motorist struck and murdered 37-year-old Miguel Urias on November 7 in a heartbreaking tragedy that left a devastated family in South Los Angeles. The careless crash happened while two-time father Urias was riding his motorbike down Manchester Boulevard. Urias was left gravely wounded when the driver—a woman in her 20s who was operating an older, dark-colored Dodge Charger—ruthlessly fled the scene.
Local 24-hour taco stand robbed at gunpoint
A man with a rifle robbed Sam’s Tacos of $400 early Sunday morning, according to an LAPD spokesperson. No injuries were reported by employees of the establishment, which sits on the corner of South Soto Street and Rogers Avenue. The suspect in question is described as a white male...
Reversing pickup truck leads police on bizarre chase through Los Angeles
A bizarre police pursuit involving a suspect driving in reverse ended with a motorist being hit on Monday night (4 December) in Los Angeles.The police department began a pursuit in downtown, with the suspect seen speeding and driving on the wrong side of the roadHe hit a dead end and, appearing trapped, decided to put his vehicle in reverse to swerve past Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers.His driving led to a three-car crash, after which the suspect fled police - but later handed himself in.
Teen sentenced to 5 years in youth facility for killing of Fashion District store owner
The Fashion District store owner was fatally stabbed while trying to stop two teens from stealing a wig last October.
Dog, 2 People Dead After Massive Ammunition-Fueled House Fire
A dog was among those found dead inside a Los Angeles home following a massive ammunition-fueled fire that broke out at the residence early Sunday morning, CBS News reports. A man and a woman also perished in the deadly fire that occurred on Dec. 3. The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) received reports of the […] The post Dog, 2 People Dead After Massive Ammunition-Fueled House Fire appeared first on DogTime.
More than $250K worth of drugs seized after 115 mile police chase in southern IL
WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Ill. (KBSI) – A California man faces multiple felony and other charges after police seize more than $250,000 worth of drugs after a police chase in Williamson County. Dejon D. Wooden of Los Angeles, California faces charges of cannabis trafficking (Class X felony), possession with intent to...
Two Pasadena Murder Cases Move Forward in Area Courts Today
Two high-profile Pasadena murder cases are set to be heard in area courtrooms Wednesday, involving defendants Valentino Gutierrez and Jose Antonio Santiago. Gutierrez is scheduled for a preliminary hearing at the Civic Center’s Criminal Courts Building, Dept. 32, located at 210 W. Temple St. in Los Angeles. He is...