Posts Tagged: Los Angeles

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

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Friday Noir: He Walked By Night

Set in my hometown of LA and based on a true story, “He Walked By Night” is everything you expect from a hard-boiled noir thriller: black and white, straight-talking and filled with Hollywood grime and gossip.

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Friday Noir: He Walked By Night

Set in my hometown of LA and based on a true story, “He Walked By Night” is everything you expect from a hard-boiled noir thriller: black and white, straight-talking and filled with Hollywood grime and gossip.

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

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.

My New Hero: Lorraine Vigil

At the beginning of this month, I attended a crime lab workshop titled “The Killer Behind the Camera” hosted by the Los Angeles Visionaries Association (LAVA). The workshops, which happen once every couple of months, feature presentations by top criminologists

My New Hero: Lorraine Vigil

At the beginning of this month, I attended a crime lab workshop titled “The Killer Behind the Camera” hosted by the Los Angeles Visionaries Association (LAVA). The workshops, which happen once every couple of months, feature presentations by top criminologists

Canadian Cannibal Suspect in Hollywood Murder

Warning: Friday’s story if NSFW and not for the faint of heart or stomach. “Los Angeles police are in contact with Canadian authorities to determine if Luka Magnotta, suspected in the murder and cannibalism of his gay lover, was also involved

Canadian Cannibal Suspect in Hollywood Murder

Warning: Friday’s story if NSFW and not for the faint of heart or stomach. “Los Angeles police are in contact with Canadian authorities to determine if Luka Magnotta, suspected in the murder and cannibalism of his gay lover, was also involved