Posts Tagged: los angeles crime

LA crime love triangle

Love Triangle Explodes at an LA Polling Place

Who says politics aren’t exciting? A polling place in LA’s Watts neighborhood erupted in violence last week when a gunman shot a volunteer. The crime was allegedly part of a love triangle. Read more from the LA Times. Advertisements

LA crime love triangle

Love Triangle Explodes at an LA Polling Place

Who says politics aren’t exciting? A polling place in LA’s Watts neighborhood erupted in violence last week when a gunman shot a volunteer. The crime was allegedly part of a love triangle. Read more from the LA Times.

christopher dorner

The Hunter Becomes the Hunted

Police in Los Angeles are hunting one of their own: disgruntled ex-cop Christopher Dorner has both police and military training, a sizable arsenal and a Rambo-sized grudge against the LAPD since he was fired in 2009. He’s currently accused of

christopher dorner

The Hunter Becomes the Hunted

Police in Los Angeles are hunting one of their own: disgruntled ex-cop Christopher Dorner has both police and military training, a sizable arsenal and a Rambo-sized grudge against the LAPD since he was fired in 2009. He’s currently accused of

In LA, Nearly Half of Car Accidents Hit and Run

Yes, you read that right. Nationwide, 11 percent of all car accidents are hit and run; but in Los Angeles 48 percent of car accidents were unreported in 2009. Even worse? The LAPD seems nonplussed about the unusually high crime rate.

In LA, Nearly Half of Car Accidents Hit and Run

Yes, you read that right. Nationwide, 11 percent of all car accidents are hit and run; but in Los Angeles 48 percent of car accidents were unreported in 2009. Even worse? The LAPD seems nonplussed about the unusually high crime rate.

Knock Knock Burglary Loot Recovered

Police have recovered more than 3,000 items stolen by the “knock-knock” burglars in the Los Angeles area. The suspects got the clever name because they would knock on the front door of a house to find out if anyone was home.

Knock Knock Burglary Loot Recovered

Police have recovered more than 3,000 items stolen by the “knock-knock” burglars in the Los Angeles area. The suspects got the clever name because they would knock on the front door of a house to find out if anyone was home.