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  • 2 dead, 1 injured in South L.A. shooting

    2 dead, 1 injured in South L.A. shooting
    Two men were fatally shot Monday afternoon in South Los Angeles and a third man injured his leg at the scene, authorities said. About 3:20 p.m., the two men were shot near 52nd Street and Central Avenue in South Park, LAPD Lt. Michael Mabie said....
  • No arrests in deadly Palms neighborhood shootings, police say

    No arrests in deadly Palms neighborhood shootings, police say
    Police are still investigating shootings that left one man dead and four others injured after gunfire erupted Thursday in a Westside neighborhood. The deceased was identified as 27-year-old Justin Aguilar, according to the Los Angeles County coroner&...
  • Raze or rehabilitate Parker Center? City must make a decision soon.

    Raze or rehabilitate Parker Center? City must make a decision soon.
    Parker Center, the former headquarters of the Los Angeles Police Department, may be worth preserving as a local cultural-historical monument. The boxy mid-century modern edifice, named for former LAPD Chief William H. Parker, meets three out of the...
  • Use of gangster law to prosecute Atlanta educators sparks legal, moral debate

    Use of gangster law to prosecute Atlanta educators sparks legal, moral debate
    Congress passed the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, commonly known as RICO, in 1970 out of a concern over rising mob infiltration of unions and corporations. It was aimed at jailing gangsters behind killings that were plaguing New...
  • Martin Reiser dies at 87; LAPD's first staff psychologist

    Martin Reiser dies at 87; LAPD's first staff psychologist
    Martin Reiser, the first full-time staff psychologist for the Los Angeles Police Department and a pioneer in treating troubled officers, defusing hostage situations and using hypnosis to elicit information about crimes, has died. He was 87. Reiser's...
  • Crime rise puts LAPD in a difficult position

    Crime rise puts LAPD in a difficult position
    The city's first major crime increase in more than a decade has Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck trying to maintain a delicate balance. He wants to swarm high-crime neighborhoods with more than 200 highly trained officers from the elite...
  • Father of fugitive ex-LAPD cop indicted on suspicion of lying to FBI

    Father of fugitive ex-LAPD cop indicted on suspicion of lying to FBI
    The father of a fugitive ex-LAPD officer charged with murder was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury in Texas on suspicion of lying to investigators, authorities said. Victor Solis, 53, is charged with making a false statement to federal agents...
  • Deputy police commissioner of internal affairs retiring

    Deputy police commissioner of internal affairs retiring
    The Baltimore police commander in charge of handling the department's brutality allegations as lethal interactions between police and unarmed black men grew to a nationwide issue announced his resignation Wednesday. Deputy Commissioner Jerry Rodriguez...
  • LAPD arrests 14 protesters after #BlackLivesMatter demonstration

    LAPD arrests 14 protesters after #BlackLivesMatter demonstration
    More than a dozen demonstrators protesting the treatment of minorities by law enforcement were arrested Tuesday after blocking traffic during rush hour in Los Angeles. Los Angeles police arrested 13 adults and a teenager about 5:45 p.m. for refusing...
  • LAPD arrests civil rights protesters who shut down Metro Blue Line

    LAPD arrests civil rights protesters who shut down Metro Blue Line
    Dozens of civil rights protesters blocked the Metro Blue Line tracks during rush hour Tuesday as part of a nationwide demonstration against law enforcement treatment of people of color. Police began making arrests after 5:30 p.m., broadcast news showed....
  • Culver City man arrested on suspicion of raping 15-year-old girl

    A Culver City man has been arrested on suspicion of raping a 15-year-old girl who was reported missing three weeks ago and was found Monday, Los Angeles police said. Samuel Robert Duran Jr., 33, was detained for questioning Monday, formally booked on...