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National Night Out, Aug. 3, brings community, police together for crime prevention tips and family fun

  San Fernando Police Chief Anthony Vairo talks with people during San Fernando Police Department’s National Night Out in San Fernando on Tuesday, August 6, 2019. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)   National Night Out, Aug. 3, brings law enforcement officers, emergency personnel and the public together to learn about neighborhood crime, crime prevention tips, safety at home and creating neighborhood watch groups while having fun in a relaxed atmosphere. Put together you...
Tags: Movies, Police, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Glendale, Community, Local News, Lapd, West Hollywood, Burbank, Lakewood, San Fernando, Los Angeles Police Department, San Fernando Valley, Brantley Gilbert


LA Mayor Eric Garcetti’s home vandalized during protest of anti-camping law

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Windsor Square home was vandalized overnight as protesters demonstrated hours after he signed an anti-camping law that bans people from living on the street in some public areas, authorities said. Related story: Opponents of anti-camping law camp in front of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s house More than two dozen activists gathered at the Getty House, in the 600 block of Irving Boulevard, from about 7:30 p.m., July 29, to midnight, Lt. Rex Ingram of the Los Angeles Poli...
Tags: Crime, News, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, City Council, Damage, Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles Police Department, Garcetti, Ingram, Jeff Lee, CBS Los Angeles, Getty House, Windsor Square


Caught On Video: Brawl On Venice Beach Boardwalk

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Tags: Venice, Lapd, Southern California, Venice Beach, Los Angeles Police Department, Culver City, Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department, Merchant, Venice Beach Boardwalk, Fig Tree Restaurant, Brad Wells, Around the Nation, VENICE CBSLA Cellphone, Adam Merchant, Daniel Blum


Response times remain extremely slow for LAPD mental health units, commissioner says

Faced with overwhelming demand and slow response times, the Los Angeles Police Department is again looking to expand its team of officers and clinicians tasked with calls involving people with mental illnesses. The Mental Evaluation Unit responded to 9,725 calls in 2020, according to a report presented to the L.A. Police Commission on Tuesday, the largest number of calls in at least three years. That number grew steadily even as the team slid back in the number of specialized units it could depl...
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Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, July 29-Aug. 5

  Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit opens July 31 and runs through Jan. 2, 2022 in Los Angeles. Timed tickets in advance are required. In the photo, visitors check out the experience during a media preview at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA, on Monday, July 19, 2021. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)     Here is a sampling of things to do in-person and online in the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles area, July 29-Aug. 5. EVENTS   Jurassic Quest Drive-Thru...
Tags: Books, Local News, Movies, Music + Concerts, Theater, Things to Do, Art, Comedy, Dance, Events, Museum, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN


Councilman questions LAPD chief on destructive South LA fireworks explosion

LOS ANGELES — City Councilman Curren Price questioned Police Chief Michel Moore on Wednesday, July 28, over the destructive fireworks explosion set off on June 30 by an LAPD bomb squad and why his office wasn’t notified in advance about the detonation in his district. Following the hearing, the City Council unanimously approved a motion to order a report from the department on the “failed operation” and how the public will be better protected in the future. The City Attorney’s Office was also in...
Tags: Health, News, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Fireworks, Lapd, Southern California, Moore, South Los Angeles, YMCA, ATF, Los Angeles Police Department, South LA


LA officials start working out details on vaccine requirement for city workers

Los Angeles city officials on Wednesday, July 28, began hashing out details of a proposal to require all municipal employees to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or undergo weekly coronavirus testing, while a City Council member introduced a motion calling for a stricter rule that would mandate vaccinations. “The fourth wave is here, and the choice for Angelenos couldn’t be clearer — get vaccinated or get COVID-19,” Mayor Eric Garcetti said Tuesday night. “This urgent need means that if you’re ...
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Community, Coronavirus, Coronavirus vaccine, Government, Health, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LADN


LA city employees will be required to get COVID-19 shots (or get regular tests)

With the coronavirus surging again, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Council President Nury Martinez announced Tuesday, July 27, that all city employees will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations or weekly negative COVID-19 tests. The announcement came one day after City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas said he plans to introduce a motion Wednesday to require vaccinations for city employees. “The fourth wave is here, and the choice for Angelenos couldn’t be clearer — get vaccinated ...
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Community meetings in the San Fernando Valley, July 26-Aug. 2

  A view from the San Fernando Valley: The newly designed 106,000 square-foot Encino Courtyard has been completed at Ventura Boulevard at Andasol Avenue in Encino, CA. Six big-name tenants will open over the next few months, including Blaze Pizza, the Kebab Shop, Planet Fitness, Pressed, Shake Shack and Target. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)   Community meetings bring people together for exchange of ideas and memorable shared experiences. Here’s a sampling of  meetings ...
Tags: Gardening, Charity, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Alaska, Community, Book Club, Local News, Voice, Ta Nehisi Coates, Burbank, Sun Valley, Emily, Los Angeles Police Department, Frances Hodgson Burnett


$2,000 checks given to 26 households impacted by LAPD’s fireworks detonation

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Councilman Curren Price on Thursday, July 22, announced that the nonprofit Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles is giving $2,000 in cash assistance to 26 households in South Los Angeles impacted by a destructive fireworks explosion set off by a police bomb squad. “The Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles was designed to rapidly respond to crisis, and we activated immediately after the explosion, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office and Councilmember Curren Price. Our work i...
Tags: News, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Fireworks, Lapd, BLM, Eric Garcetti, Southern California, Moore, Curren, South Los Angeles, YMCA, ATF


Curren Price announces fund to help victims of South LA fireworks detonation

By MARGARET SHUTTLEWORTH, City News Service City Councilman Curren Price announced a $1 million emergency fund today to aid South Los Angeles residents impacted by a destructive fireworks explosion set off by an LAPD bomb squad. Price said the money will come from his office’s Environmental Equity and Reimagining Public Safety dollars, and will provide long-term housing, repairs and financial assistance to residents whose homes were damaged by the June 30 blast. “It should never have happened in...
Tags: News, Government, Sport, Soccer, Community, Fireworks, Lapd, BLM, Moore, South Los Angeles, YMCA, ATF, Los Angeles Police Department, El Monte, Ceja, Los Angeles Police Commission


Outgunned: Why California’s groundbreaking firearms law is failing

Two decades ago, California legislators added a new weapon to the state’s growing arsenal of gun-control measures, already among the toughest in the nation. Their motivation came from 2,000 miles away in a shaken Chicago suburb. It was there that a gunman opened fire in an engine factory where he’d worked for nearly 40 years. He killed four people and wounded four others before pulling the trigger on himself. It was soon revealed that some of the weapons he smuggled inside should have been earli...
Tags: Politics, News, Guns, California, Oregon, Office, California News, Sacramento, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, New York Times, Sacramento County, Arizona, Bill, Department Of Justice


LAPD officer arrested, accused of filing a false police report

LOS ANGELES — A 13-year veteran Los Angeles Police Department officer was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of filing a false police report and perjury. LAPD Internal Affairs Division personnel began investigating Officer Alejandro Castillo, who was assigned to the West Traffic Division, after unspecified concerns were identified by the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office while reviewing body-worn videos of a DUI arrest Castillo made in October 2019, police said in a statement. “Investigators working...
Tags: News, Police, Office, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Dui, Lapd, Castillo, Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles County District Attorney s Office, El Monte, Alejandro Castillo, Top Stories LADN, Michel Moore, George Floyd


Nearly 20% of LAPD officers slow to turn on body cameras during use-of-force incidents

Officials told the Los Angeles Police Commission Tuesday that while 96.3% of officers involved in use of force incidents during a one-year period activated their body-worn cameras, nearly 20% of them did so late and inconsistent with department policy. The Office of the Inspector General report analyzed 53 incidents involving 262 Los Angeles Police Department officers between June 2019 and July 2020. The department defines categorical uses of force as incidents of deadly force by an officer, and...
Tags: News, Police, Sport, Soccer, Lapd, Moore, Mark Smith, Sibley, Los Angeles Police Department, El Monte, Pacoima, Los Angeles Police Commission, Top Stories LADN, Michel Moore, Django Sibley, George Floyd


LAPD bomb squad miscalculated explosives before South LA blast, chief says

Technicians with the Los Angeles Police Department’s bomb squad thought they were putting 16.5 pounds of explosive material they confiscated during a raid for illegal fireworks at a home in South L.A. on June 30 inside a containment vehicle, where they would safely detonate it, authorities said. LAPD Chief Michel Moore gives an update into the June 30 fireworks blast that sent 17 neighbors and first responders to the hospital and destroyed an LAPD bomb squad truck. Chief Moore was joined by AT...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Oklahoma, Lapd, San Pedro, Colton, Moore, ATF, Los Angeles Police Department, South LA, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives, Gardena, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB


As elective surgeries return, Red Cross urges LA County to donate blood amid severe shortage

As hospitals return to elective surgeries, the American Red Cross experiences a severe blood shortage. The nonprofit’s Los Angeles chapter is rushing to collect more than 1,000 additional blood donations each day to meet the demand as hospitals see an influx of patients with traumas, organ transplants while handling elective surgeries and emergency room visits. The American Red Cross urges donors of all blood types, particularly type O and those giving platelets, to make an appointment as soon a...
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LAPD motorcycle officer injured in South LA accident

SOUTH LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles Police Department motorcycle officer remains hospitalized Thursday morning after an accident in South Los Angeles, authorities said. The officer was in surgery in the early morning, and his condition was not known, an LAPD spokesman told City News Service. The accident occurred around 11:10 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Florence and Vermont avenues, the LAPD said. No details were immediately available. CBSLA reported the area near Florence and Vermont wa...
Tags: News, California, Accidents, Sport, Crash, Soccer, Lapd, Florence, Vermont, South Los Angeles, Los Angeles Police Department, South LA, City News Service, Pacoima, Motorcycle Accident, Top Stories LADN


Armed man detained after trying to drive into parking garage of Downtown LA federal building

LOS ANGELES — An armed man who attempted to enter the parking garage of the Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday was taken into custody. The incident is under investigation by the Federal Protection Service, with assistance from the LAPD and FBI. https://t.co/vFUWPKCxWq — CBS Los Angeles (@CBSLA) July 14, 2021 The man was wearing body armor and was stopped in his white SUV by contracted security officers “who noticed a firearm inside the vehicle,” said Depar...
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Woman stabbed to death on Valerio Street in Van Nuys, possible suspect detained

VAN NUYS — A woman was fatally stabbed Wednesday morning in Van Nuys, and a possible suspect was detained. Officers were sent to the 13800 block of Valerio Street about 8:50 a.m., according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The woman, in her 40s, died at the scene, police said. Her name was withheld, pending notification of her relatives. A man was detained as a possible suspect in the crime, police said. Related Articles LAPD seeks public’s help IDing suspect in Panorama...
Tags: News, Stabbing, Sport, Soccer, Homicide, Local News, Santa Clarita, Los Angeles Police Department, Van Nuys, Gascon, Panorama City, Top Stories LADN, Valerio Street, Crime and Public Safety


Man arrested in Chatsworth shooting that injured 3

CHATSWORTH — A 38-year-old man was arrested Monday on suspicion of wounding three people in a shooting at a Chatsworth strip mall nearly two months ago. Richard Arturo Gandara III, of San Fernando, was allegedly involved in a physical altercation about 12:30 a.m. on May 16 with security guards and another person at the shopping mall in the 20900 block of Lassen Street. He allegedly retrieved a handgun and “fired numerous times in the direction of an operating business,” shooting three people in ...
Tags: News, Shooting, Sport, Soccer, Chatsworth, Lapd, Southern California, San Fernando, Knott, Los Angeles Police Department, Gandara, Top Stories LADN, Crime and Public Safety, Woodland Hills Tarzana, Richard Arturo Gandara III


Faith leaders push for understanding, solidarity in Asian and Black communities

“Asian Lives Matter.” Those three words — spoken loudly and emphatically by a Black pastor — moved Hyepin Im to tears. “I felt chills going down my spine,” recalled Im, who leads Faith and Community Empowerment, a nonprofit based in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, which works to connect Asian American faith leaders with the community at large. “I was so grateful. I’ve waited a long time to hear this.” Im and the Rev. Mark Whitlock, who spoke those words, have had a professional relationship and a person...
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Deadline extended for Venice Boardwalk homeless who refuse to accept housing

LOS ANGELES — Sanitation workers were supported by Los Angeles police officers Friday as they cleaned a portion of the Venice Boardwalk where a large homeless encampment developed during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the deadline for removing unhoused residents who will not accept housing has been extended an additional week. The deadline to leave Zone 5, between Navy Street and Rose Avenue, was initially set for 7 a.m. Friday, and videos posted to Twitter showed officers arriving hours earlier. Ou...
Tags: Politics, News, Navy, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Homeless, Venice, Los Angeles City Council, Rose, Dudley, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles Police Department, Bonin, City News Service


What’s next: How LA would replace Mayor Garcetti if he’s confirmed by Senate

After months of rumors and speculation, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti officially became President Joe Biden’s pick for ambassador to India on Friday, July 9. Assuming he is confirmed, who will take his place? That’s a complex question and it likely won’t be answered right away. Garcetti, who has reached his term limit and cannot seek another four years as mayor, is scheduled to leave office in December 2022, but would vacate the position early if confirmed by the U.S. Senate. That process, how...
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At least 19 businesses damaged by BB gun shooter in Woodland Hills, Tarzana

Dozens of businesses on Ventura Boulevard in the west San Fernando Valley had windows  shot out or were peppered with apparent BB gun rounds early Wednesday, leaving their owners to clean up the damage as police tried to track down a culprit. The Los Angeles Police Department said at least 19 businesses were reported to have been damaged at around 4 a.m. By mid-morning, LAPD detectives were still investigating. Officer Jeff Lee, a department spokesman, said seven businesses were damaged in LAPD’...
Tags: News, Shooting, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Lapd, Ventura, Lee, Tarzana, Los Angeles Police Department, Woodland Hills, Hollywood Hills, West Valley, Ventura Boulevard, Pacoima, Jeff Lee


LAPD officer who sent a George Floyd Valentine's Day-themed image is cleared of wrongdoing

A Los Angeles Police Department officer who was under investigation for his alleged connection to a Valentine's Day-themed image of George Floyd has been cleared of wrongdoing, according to the LAPD.
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LAPD employee who shared a George Floyd Valentine's Day-themed image is cleared of wrongdoing

A Los Angeles Police Department employee who was under investigation for allegedly sharing a Valentine's Day-themed image of George Floyd has been cleared of wrongdoing, according to the LAPD.
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LAPD officer accused of mocking George Floyd cleared by internal panel

A Los Angeles Police Department officer who was accused of distributing a Valentine’s Day-themed social media post mocking the death of George Floyd was found not guilty by the department’s administrative trial board, his attorney said Tuesday, July 6. The accused officer, who has not been publicly identified, will not face any discipline after being cleared on Friday by the department’s Board of Rights, which comprises three hearing officers, according to his attorney Leslie Wilcox. Police Chie...
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Federal agents comb site of LAPD blast in South L.A. for answers

Federal investigators on Friday, July 2, were combing the debris field of this week’s explosion in a South Los Angeles neighborhood that erupted when a police truck designed to safely absorb the detonation of explosives failed to contain the blast. In all, 45 agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were assigned to the case to investigate the cause of the explosion that injured 17 people and damaged several cars and buildings in the area, ATF spokeswoman Ginger Colbru...
Tags: Crime, News, Police, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lapd, San Pedro, South Los Angeles, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms, ATF, Los Angeles Police Department, Garland, Los Angeles Fire Department, Panorama City, Top Stories LADN


Massachusetts State Police Move to Smith & Wesson M&P45 M2.0

Don’t even get me started on the firearms that police are issued. Some officers in the Los Angeles Police Department are still training with Vietnam War-era M16 rifles. Fortunately, some departments have the funds to upgrade their duty guns. The Massachusetts State Police is one of those departments. They have now adopted the wicked cool […] Read More … The post Massachusetts State Police Move to Smith & Wesson M&P45 M2.0 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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LAX terminal briefly evacuated after suspicious, unattended bag found

The ticketing level of a Los Angeles International Airport terminal was evacuated and another one partially cleared out for about an hour after a suspicious item was found Friday morning, July 2, authorities said. By 8 a.m., Airport Police were reopening the area, and airport officials were working to get the Central Terminal Area moving at normal pace ahead of the busy Fourth of July weekend, airport officials said. Airport police were alerted to an unattended back at the Terminal 2 ticketing l...
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