Posts Tagged: LAPD

Unsolved Murders Linked to Manson Family

After decades of relative obscurity, the Manson Family is back in the news. In a letter to the U.S. Justice Department, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck has requested access to eight hours of recorded conversations between Manson Family member

Unsolved Murders Linked to Manson Family

After decades of relative obscurity, the Manson Family is back in the news. In a letter to the U.S. Justice Department, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck has requested access to eight hours of recorded conversations between Manson Family member

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

LAPD Closes Three Cold Cases

Yet another chapter in the true crime book “Murderers Never Get Away With It,” the LAPD have determined that three unsolved murders in LA County were the work of a serial killer who died in jail in 2007, according to

LAPD Closes Three Cold Cases

Yet another chapter in the true crime book “Murderers Never Get Away With It,” the LAPD have determined that three unsolved murders in LA County were the work of a serial killer who died in jail in 2007, according to

The LAPD, in Their Own Words

Los Angeles Police Museum volunteer Joan Renner, under guidance from the Getty Museum, is painstakingly archiving half a century of LAPD bulletins starting in 1907, which provide a unique insight into the city’s history. Read more from the LA Times.

The LAPD, in Their Own Words

Los Angeles Police Museum volunteer Joan Renner, under guidance from the Getty Museum, is painstakingly archiving half a century of LAPD bulletins starting in 1907, which provide a unique insight into the city’s history. Read more from the LA Times.

$50,000 Reward for Chiropractor’s Killer

“Members of the Los Angeles Police Department and Councilman Paul Koretz held a news conference Thursday morning to announce a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who beat to death a popular Palms chiropractor.” Read

$50,000 Reward for Chiropractor’s Killer

“Members of the Los Angeles Police Department and Councilman Paul Koretz held a news conference Thursday morning to announce a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who beat to death a popular Palms chiropractor.” Read

The Police Are on Facebook

Just like everyone else. In fact, the LAPD wants to increase its social media presence on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. Read more on The Eastsider LA.

The Police Are on Facebook

Just like everyone else. In fact, the LAPD wants to increase its social media presence on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. Read more on The Eastsider LA.

Not the Best Hiding Place

A parolee trying to hide from the police fell out of a tree that he climbed… Right onto a police officer. Read more on KSBW.

Not the Best Hiding Place

A parolee trying to hide from the police fell out of a tree that he climbed… Right onto a police officer. Read more on KSBW.