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  • LAPD names two sergeants involved in struggle with suspect who died

    The Los Angeles Police Department has identified two sergeants involved in a physical altercation with a 37-year-old motorist who died hours after his arrest. The department identified the two officials involved in the Aug. 3 altercation with Omar...
  • Telluride Film Review: 'Tales of the Grim Sleeper'

    The Los Angeles Police Department's famed motto, "to protect and to serve," has rarely sounded as hollow as it does during Nick Broomfield's "Tales of the Grim Sleeper," an eye-opening account of alleged serial killer Lonnie Franklin Jr., accused of...
  • LAPD investigating possible domestic violence in Josh Shaw case

    Cornerback Josh Shaw is suspended indefinitely from USC's football team, but a police investigation continues. The Shaw situation took another turn Friday when Los Angeles police said they were investigating whether Shaw and his girlfriend were involved...
  • Producer considers lawsuit after pre-Emmy arrest in Beverly Hills

    Producer considers lawsuit after pre-Emmy arrest in Beverly Hills
    A movie producer is considering filing suit after he was held for six hours as a suspected bank robbery accomplice in Beverly Hills, his attorney said Friday. Charles Belk, 51, was arrested Aug. 22 because police said he matched the description of an...
  • Cee Lo Green pleads no contest to giving woman Ecstasy, avoids jail

    Cee Lo Green pleads no contest to giving woman Ecstasy, avoids jail
    Singer Cee Lo Green avoided jail time Friday after pleading no contest to one felony count of furnishing Ecstasy to a woman while dining at a downtown Los Angeles restaurant, prosecutors said. The 38-year-old former judge on NBC's "The Voice," whose...
  • Josh Shaw case: LAPD investigating possible domestic violence

    Josh Shaw case: LAPD investigating possible domestic violence
    Los Angeles police said Friday they were investigating whether USC football player Josh Shaw and his girlfriend were involved in a domestic-violence incident last weekend. Capt. John McMahon, head of Central Division patrol, said Friday that Shaw,...
  • Josh Shaw's attorney represented Rihanna, Snoop Dogg

    Josh Shaw's attorney represented Rihanna, Snoop Dogg
    He has represented Rihanna and Snoop Dogg. Now attorney Donald Etra has a new client: Suspended USC cornerback Josh Shaw. Shaw retained the high-profile Los Angeles lawyer this week. Etra was present Wednesday when Shaw admitted to USC officials...
  • USC football's fresh start quickly meets with controversy, distraction

    This was supposed to be a back-to-the-business-of-football season for USC. NCAA penalties were in the past. Unpredictable Lane Kiffin was out as coach. Steve Sarkisian was ready to make his debut at the controls of a new-look, nationally ranked team....
  • Justin Bieber cellphone incident prompts LAPD response to restaurant

    Los Angeles police responded to a Hollywood restaurant Monday night after someone used a cellphone to shoot video footage of Justin Bieber. Officers went to Dave & Buster's restaurant after a report that someone from Bieber's security team may have...
  • LAPD calls man in custody a suspect in San Fernando Valley killings

    LAPD calls man in custody a suspect in San Fernando Valley killings
    Los Angeles police on Monday described a man whom officers took into custody over the weekend as a suspect in a bizarre series of shootings that left three people dead in the San Fernando Valley on Sunday. Alexander Hernandez, 34, was taken into custody...
  • New enforcement tool for L.A. 'quality of life' issues proposed

    Los Angeles could soon create a new system of police-issued citations for minor "quality of life" annoyances that typically would be resolved with a warning.   The pilot program, called Administrative Citation Enforcement, gives the LAPD  and the...
  • CHP: Man who tried to run over officer in pursuit has warrants

    CHP: Man who tried to run over officer in pursuit has warrants
    A man who led police and California Highway Patrol officers on a high-speed pursuit Monday from Agoura Hills to Tarzana was wanted on two warrants for assault with a deadly weapon, officials said. The chase lasted less than an hour, but in that time the...