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  • Pasadena employee allegedly embezzles $6 million from city

    Pasadena employee allegedly embezzles $6 million from city
    Pasadena’s city manager blamed a “a complete breakdown” of internal controls Tuesday as prosecutors announced the arrest of a former city employee accused of embezzling more than $6 million from city coffers and funneling some of the...
  • Infant missing from Long Beach home where 3 people found shot

    Infant missing from Long Beach home where 3 people found shot
    An infant is missing from the Long Beach residence where three people were found with gunshot wounds Saturday evening, police said. Just before 6 p.m., officers responded to reports of a shooting in the 100 block of West 51st Street, said Long Beach...
  • 2-year-old child found asleep at scene of double murder-suicide

    2-year-old child found asleep at scene of double murder-suicide
    A 2-year-old child was found asleep Sunday evening inside a Palm Springs apartment that was the scene of a double murder-suicide, police said. The child was not physically harmed during the shooting that resulted in the deaths of a man and two women,...
  • LAPD investigating shooting involving man on a bike firing on a car

    Los Angeles police are investigating a shooting that occurred in Hollywood late Friday evening.  The shooting happened about 8:40 p.m. when a man riding a bike shot at a car in the area of Sunset Boulevard and North Gardner Street, police said.  One...
  • Alligator found at San Fernando Valley home had lived there 37 years

    Alligator found at San Fernando Valley home had lived there 37 years
    An 8-foot-long alligator has been living in the backyard of a San Fernando Valley home for about 40 years, animal control officials said Wednesday. Officers from the Los Angeles Animal Services Department found the alligator Monday inside a wooden crate...
  • Second pet alligator found in Los Angeles

    Second pet alligator found in Los Angeles
    Another pet alligator has been discovered in Los Angeles, authorities said Thursday.  It's the second time in less than a week that an alligator has been found by authorities in Los Angeles. Thursday's alligator was found in the 15300 Block of...
  • One man killed, one injured in Compton shooting

    One man killed, one injured in Compton shooting
    A shooting Wednesday in Compton left one man dead, another man injured and a third unharmed, authorities said. About 11:45 a.m. in the 900 block of West Poplar Street, a group came upon the three men, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Grace...
  • Police arrest man suspected of crashing into house in Boyle Heights

    Los Angeles police arrested a man on suspicion of trying to run over someone and hitting a house in Boyle Heights.  The incident was reported about 9 p.m. Wednesday in the 300 block of Pecan Street, police said.  The suspect allegedly drove up on...
  • Olive Garden employees held at gunpoint during robbery

    Olive Garden employees held at gunpoint during robbery
    Employees at an Olive Garden in Montebello were held at gunpoint Monday by a man who stole cash from the restaurant, authorities said. About 8:15 a.m., a man entered the restaurant in the Shops at Montebello in the 1800 block of South Montebello...
  • Man in Texas hospital standoff surrenders to police

    A man whose behavior prompted authorities to clear portions of a Houston-area hospital has surrendered to police. The Associated Press reported that the man, who did not have a weapon, ended the standoff with police without incident and was taken into...
  • Former Marine convicted in DUI crash that killed three

    Former Marine convicted in DUI crash that killed three
    An Orange County jury Wednesday convicted a 27-year-old former Marine of driving drunk, crashing his car and killing three other Marines who were passengers. Jared Ray Hale faces up to 12 years in prison on a felony count of causing bodily injury...