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Topic - Fullerton Police
Police have arrested a 14th person following a protest against the acquittal of officers in the beating death of a homeless man.
Your daily look at late-breaking California news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
Parents of a homeless man who died after a violent struggle with Fullerton police have condemned the acquittal of two officers but a defense lawyer says the jury did its duty.
Orange County's district attorney says that after two Fullerton police officers were acquitted of killing a homeless man, his office will drop charges against a third officer involved in the struggle that led to the death of Kelly Thomas.
A prosecutor says charges will be dropped against a third officer involved in a struggle that led to the death of a homeless man during an arrest in California.
As Fullerton police Officer Manuel Ramos approached a homeless man at a bus stop in July, he did what members of his department have been doing for a decade. He clicked on an audio recorder normally used to capture witness statements and exonerate officers accused of misconduct.
A police officer has been charged with murder in the death of a mentally ill homeless man in Southern California who was beaten and repeatedly shocked with a stun gun during his arrest, a defense attorney said Wednesday.
An Orange County computer repair tech was arrested on suspicion of installing spyware on laptops that allowed him to photograph women showering and undressing in their homes.
A Southern California computer repairman suspected of installing spyware on laptops that enabled him to snap and download photographs of women showering and undressing in their homes was arrested Wednesday at his home, police said.