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  • Father of fugitive LAPD rookie seeks release from custody before trial

    Father of fugitive LAPD rookie seeks release from custody before trial
    The father of Henry Solis -- the Los Angeles Police Department rookie charged with killing a man in downtown Pomona this spring before fleeing to Mexico -- is asking a federal judge to release him on bail before his trial next month over whether he lied...
  • Court ruling allows police to be held liable in withholding evidence

    Court ruling allows police to be held liable in withholding evidence
    The LAPD detectives should have known they had the wrong man. They had arrested Michael Walker, a 49-year-old homeless man, as a suspect in the "Demand Note Robberies" — a string of retail store holdups involving misspelled threats that all fit...
  • 2 dead in Boyle Heights, including suspect shot by police

    2 dead in Boyle Heights, including suspect shot by police
    Police continued their investigation Thursday into shootings that left two men dead, one of whom was believed to be a suspect and was killed by police. Hours after the deadly shootings, investigators were still trying to gather information about how the...
  • Unity urged at memorial for man killed by police on skid row

    Unity urged at memorial for man killed by police on skid row
    Calling for Pan-African unity in the protest movement against police violence, eight church leaders led a fiery service Saturday for Charly Leundeu Keunang, a homeless man shot and killed on skid row by Los Angeles police in a videotaped struggle seen...
  • For LAPD investigators, cases involving child victims can be hard to shake

    For LAPD investigators, cases involving child victims can be hard to shake
    Shrouded by darkness in the early dawn, the heavily armored investigators marched toward the Mid-City apartment on St. Elmo Street. One of the officers strode straight to a door on the first floor and banged on it, yelling in Spanish for it to be opened....
  • Veteran detective recognized as Glendale's Police Officer of the Year

    Veteran detective recognized as Glendale's Police Officer of the Year
    A veteran police detective was recognized Thursday as Glendale’s Police Officer of the Year at the annual police awards luncheon. Since joining the force more than two decades ago, Scott Byrne has worked as a patrol officer, traffic officer and...
  • L.A. Unified after-school coach is suspected of molesting nine girls

    A coach for a Los Angeles Unified School District after-school program was charged Friday with multiple felony counts of committing lewd acts on a child, the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office said. Ronnie Lee Roman, 42, of San...
  • Kidnapping suspect arrested in Burbank mall movie theater after search

    A kidnapping suspect who fled into a parking structure at the Burbank Town Center on Friday afternoon was taken into custody inside a movie theater at the mall, authorities said.   The suspect was arrested about 12:30 p.m., they said. Earlier in the...
  • LAPD's hypocrisy on police videos

    To the editor: Recently, Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck fought for new rules to permit police officers to review the video evidence of their department-issued cameras prior to writing their incident reports. ("Officers in fatal Venice...
  • Woman wounded in shooting at San Pedro park

    Woman wounded in shooting at San Pedro park
    A woman was wounded in a shooting Wednesday afternoon at a public park in San Pedro, authorities said. The shooting occurred about 4:30 p.m. in Point Fermin Park, which is run by the city of Los Angeles, said LAPD Officer Norma Eisenman.  The woman,...
  • Pictures in the News | May 8, 2015

     
    Friday's Pictures in the News begins in Africa, where refugees gather to watch the arrival of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres at the sprawling Dadaab refugee camp that currently houses some 350,000 people. Kenya's government...