Posts Tagged: LA

Always Ask “Who’s There?”

Police have arrested suspect associated with a rash of “knock knock” burglaries in the San Fernando Valley. Yes, folks, it goes down just like it sounds. They knock on your door and if no one answers, they break in through

Always Ask “Who’s There?”

Police have arrested suspect associated with a rash of “knock knock” burglaries in the San Fernando Valley. Yes, folks, it goes down just like it sounds. They knock on your door and if no one answers, they break in through

Bad Doctor Busted

Ladies, this is why it’s always best to get a word-of-mouth recommendation for a “down there” doctor. A San Fernando Valley gynecologist was recently arrested for getting a little too creative with his examinations. Read more from the Daily News.

Bad Doctor Busted

Ladies, this is why it’s always best to get a word-of-mouth recommendation for a “down there” doctor. A San Fernando Valley gynecologist was recently arrested for getting a little too creative with his examinations. Read more from the Daily News.

Water Can Be Dangerous

Two good samaritans were killed last week rushing to the scene of an auto accident in the San Fernando Valley. The car accident had knocked loose a fire hydrant and an electrical pole–a combination that proved deadly. The women who

Water Can Be Dangerous

Two good samaritans were killed last week rushing to the scene of an auto accident in the San Fernando Valley. The car accident had knocked loose a fire hydrant and an electrical pole–a combination that proved deadly. The women who

Tennis Referee Accused of Murder

Initially, her husband’s death was ruled accidental, but last week evidence surfaced that proved he was murdered. The 70-year-old referee was taken into custody in New York, where she was preparing to officiate the U.S. Open, and brought back to

Tennis Referee Accused of Murder

Initially, her husband’s death was ruled accidental, but last week evidence surfaced that proved he was murdered. The 70-year-old referee was taken into custody in New York, where she was preparing to officiate the U.S. Open, and brought back to

You Can No Longer Run

Surveillance cameras at major intersections in Los Angeles offer a valuable tool in solving crimes like hit-and-run accidents. Police used surveillance tapes to track down the driver of a pick-up truck who hit a cyclist in downtown LA and then

You Can No Longer Run

Surveillance cameras at major intersections in Los Angeles offer a valuable tool in solving crimes like hit-and-run accidents. Police used surveillance tapes to track down the driver of a pick-up truck who hit a cyclist in downtown LA and then

Drunk Guy Crawls into Wrong House

He thought he was crawling into a friend’s house. She thought it was a home invasion. The cops didn’t think it was funny. Read more from the LA Times.

Drunk Guy Crawls into Wrong House

He thought he was crawling into a friend’s house. She thought it was a home invasion. The cops didn’t think it was funny. Read more from the LA Times.

Unfortunately, Drunks are Still Driving

Johnny Law was out in force on Independence Day in LA, and the drunks were not clever enough to avoid the DUI checkpoints. “Nearly 700 DUI arrests were made throughout Los Angeles County between Friday and Wednesday as law enforcement

Unfortunately, Drunks are Still Driving

Johnny Law was out in force on Independence Day in LA, and the drunks were not clever enough to avoid the DUI checkpoints. “Nearly 700 DUI arrests were made throughout Los Angeles County between Friday and Wednesday as law enforcement