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  • Search for missing Riverside County boy enters third day

    Search for missing Riverside County boy enters third day
    A search was expected to continue Tuesday for a missing 11-year-old Menifee boy last seen over the weekend. Terry Dewayne Smith is described by law enforcement authorities as an "at-risk" autistic child missing from his home in the 33000 block of...
  • Rescuers search for missing 11-year-old boy in Riverside County

    Rescuers search for missing 11-year-old boy in Riverside County
    Volunteers were aiding law enforcement officers late Monday in a search for an 11-year-old autistic boy last seen at his Riverside County home on Saturday night. Terry Dewayne Smith is described by law enforcement authorities as an "at-risk" child who...
  • Feds: Sheriff's deputies harassed, intimidated blacks, Latinos

    Feds: Sheriff's deputies harassed, intimidated blacks, Latinos
    Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies harassed and intimidated blacks, Latinos and other residents in the Antelope Valley, the U.S. Justice Department has concluded after a two-year investigation. Federal officials found a pattern of sheriff's deputies...
  • Lt. Gov. Brown says "technologies" will stem Baltimore crime

    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown stumped in Baltimore on Monday, receiving an endorsement from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake for his gubernatorial campaign, and was asked about how he would stem the crime in the city. He had an answer, but he couldn't tell...
  • Law enforcement hopes new changes to old law will lower crime rate

    Law enforcement hopes new changes to old law will lower crime rate
    In less than a week, it could be a little harder for you to make some extra cash. New changes are coming to an old Virginia law aimed at regulating the scrap metal industry. According to the Danville Police Department, scrap metal larcenies continue...
  • Parole, LAPD officers wounded in South L.A. gun battle

    Parole, LAPD officers wounded in South L.A. gun battle
    A gunman hiding in an attic opened fire on several officers conducting a search Tuesday evening, wounding a parole-probation officer and Los Angeles gang officer, law enforcement authorities told The Times. The attacker sprayed multiple rounds inside...
  • Criminalizing marijuana is bad public policy

    Criminalizing marijuana is bad public policy
    As a 33-year Maryland law enforcement veteran, I agree with 95 percent of what Baltimore City State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein says about the difficulty of decriminalizing marijuana ("Perils of decriminalization," June 21). A move to decriminalize...
  • Harvey County authorities investigating Westar worker scam

    Harvey County authorities investigating Westar worker scam
    Harvey County authorities are warning residents about a Westar scam that cost an elderly victim thousands of dollars. The sheriff's department said the man identified himself as "Steven Cranford," a Westar employee. "Cranford" targeted an elderly woman'...
  • Glendale Police Department gets grant

    The Glendale Police Department has been awarded a $228,000 grant for specialized enforcement and education operations for a range of issues, including distracted driving, pedestrian safety and repeat offenders. The grant was one of 46 totaling $10.2...
  • L.A. County Sheriff's Department violated rights of blacks, Justice Department says

    L.A. County Sheriff's Department violated rights of blacks, Justice Department says
    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department violated the U.S. Constitution and federal laws in its treatment of blacks and other residents of public housing in the Antelope Valley, the U.S. Justice Department concluded. Federal officials on Friday...
  • Riverside County man arrested on suspicion of abusing toddler

    Riverside County man arrested on suspicion of abusing toddler
    A 24-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of abusing a toddler at his family's Riverside County child-care center, authorities said Monday. The 8-month-old boy received "serious bodily injuries" when he was allegedly abused by Tyreece Washington,...