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There were two warrants out for his arrest, one stemming from an alleged bar fight at a West Los Angeles restaurant.
A pair of Draganflyer X6 drones were given to the LAPD by Seattle earlier this year, but they have not yet been deployed,
It may be coming from a water main leak.
In a legal settlement, the Los Angeles City Council reverses the results of the last five years of budget slashing for about 1,000 officers.
Corey Fortenberry claims an employee of the parlor featured on "Tattoos After Dark" TV show was angry at the plaintiff's friend for vomiting
She's hit 10 banks on the Westside. The FBI is offering a $5,000 award. A proposal from the L.A. City Council would raise that to $15,000.
The Police Commission re-appoints him, voting 4-1 to extend Beck's tenure.
Her probation was revoked after she was caught near LAX Thursday a day after she was ordered to stay away.
The decision on whether to seek the death penalty in the case against Paul Anthony Ciancia is ultimately up to Attorney General Eric Holder.
An LAPD watchdog will analyze allegations the department misclassified nearly 1,200 violent crimes as minor offenses in a one-year span.
LAFD Assistant Chief Ralph Terrazas won the unanimous support of the City Council today to become the department’s new chief.
Marilyn Jean Hartman agreed to stay away from LAX without a ticket and -- you guessed it -- was allegedly found by Terminal 7 today.
The biological mother allegedly abducted them, but then she showed up Wednesday night disoriented and without the children.
The paperwork did not identify the horse's seller, said Charlie Beck, who is seeking another five-year term as the department's top officer.
An app was launched in Los Angeles County today that can connect a heart attack victim with someone nearby who knows CPR.
Marilyn Hartman flew from San Jose without a ticket or boarding pass.
The suspects, which are in custody, are also accused of stealing cooking equipment and league banners.
It was not immediately clear what led to the crash, according to the CHP.
Prosecutors say David Stevens bilked the elderly out of $38,000 in the Valley, West Hollywood and West L.A.
The temperature inside a vehicle left in the summer sun can rise nearly 34 degrees in 30 minutes.