RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Crime, Law and Justice

A collection of news and information related to Crime, Law and Justice published by this site and its partners.

Top Crime, Law and Justice Articles

Displaying items 100-110
  • San Diego sportscaster shot, wounded outside his home; suspect arrested

    San Diego sportscaster shot, wounded outside his home; suspect arrested
    The sports director at a San Diego television station was shot Tuesday outside his home in the Scripps Ranch neighborhood, and the suspected gunman was arrested hours later after a standoff with police. Kyle Kraska, sports director at KFMB-TV News 8,...
  • Trucker convicted of stealing, auctioning Oakley glasses from military

    A truck driver was convicted Monday of stealing about $300,000 worth of Oakley eyewear bound for U.S. soldiers, then auctioning off the sunglasses online. Luis Albert Quintanilla, 47, pleaded guilty to 10 counts of felony grand theft, according to the...
  • Surgeon sentenced to prison for deadly liposuction procedure

    A former Encino cosmetic surgeon was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison for administering a lethal cocktail of drugs to a 61-year-old woman during a 10-hour liposuction procedure. Ehab Aly Mohamed was convicted Jan. 21 of one count each of...
  • Man charged in double stabbing in Covina says he's not guilty

    Man charged in double stabbing in Covina says he's not guilty
    A 19-year-old man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to two counts of attempted murder for allegedly stabbing two men in a Covina parking lot. Louis Vasquez of La Puente was arrested Saturday after police said he knifed a man as he walked through a parking...
  • Former Stanford swimmer accused of raping unconscious woman on campus

    Former Stanford swimmer accused of raping unconscious woman on campus
    A former Stanford University swimmer will face several felony charges after prosecutors say he raped a  woman as she lay unconscious on campus grounds. Brock Allen Turner, 19, is expected to be formally charged Wednesday with five felony counts,...
  • Dismembered human body parts in suitcase, on streets in San Francisco

    Dismembered human body parts in suitcase, on streets in San Francisco
    Dismembered human body parts were found Wednesday in a suitcase and scattered around a three-block radius in downtown San Francisco, police said. Police responded about 4:15 p.m. to reports of a suspicious package on 11th Street between Market and...
  • Silicon Valley man sentenced for massive child porn collection

    A man has been sentenced to nearly five years in federal prison for having one of the largest collections of child pornography ever found in Silicon Valley, federal officials said Tuesday. Paul Lawrence Vella, 60, was sentenced to 59 months in prison,...
  • Stockton police fired more than 600 rounds at SUV, attorney says

    Stockton police fired more than 600 rounds at SUV, attorney says
    The city of Stockton has refused to accept responsibility for its police officers, who allegedly fired more than 600 rounds at armed bank robbery suspects inside a disabled SUV and hit a hostage 10 times, killing her, an attorney for the woman’s...
  • Man attacked in possible hate crime in West Hollywood

    Man attacked in possible hate crime in West Hollywood
    Officials are investigating a possible hate crime in West Hollywood in which three men yelled slurs at a black man about his sexual orientation and race before beating him up. About 2:45 a.m. Tuesday, the man walked off a bus at Fairfax Avenue and Santa...
  • Teen killed in South L.A. double shooting

    Teen killed in South L.A. double shooting
    Two men were shot inside a car Wednesday in South Los Angeles, and water flooded the street after the wounded driver crashed into a fire hydrant. At 4:45 p.m., three brothers were traveling south on Denker Avenue near west 68th Street when a light-...
  • Georgia death penalty case is straight from the theater of the absurd

    Georgia death penalty case is straight from the theater of the absurd
    The Times editorial board Friday weighs in on the absurdity of the state of Georgia’s efforts to execute convicted murderer Warren Lee Hill Jr., who faces lethal injection next week despite expert witnesses for both sides who now say he is...