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Topic - Los Angeles Police Department
Nearly five dozen New York City police officers have been sued more than 10 times in the past decade, according to a newspaper report published Sunday.
Dozens of law enforcement officers were justified in using deadly force during a shootout that ended in the suicide of cop-turned-killer Christopher Dorner last year inside a burning California mountain cabin, prosecutors announced Tuesday.
Det. Alex Collins was speeding down a mountain road, closing in on ex-cop-turned-killer Christopher Dorner and his phone was buzzing.
The so-called "johns" who fuel the sex-for-pay trade were not left out of a slew of crackdowns on the industry scheduled to coincide with the Super Bowl as hundreds were rounded up in a multistate sting operation, authorities said Thursday.
Willoughby and Hieronymus, aka Willie and Harry, are the newest members of the Los Angeles Police Department's "Fe-9" (FEE'-nine) corps.
Mia Talerico, a 5-year-old who played the main role of Charlie on the recently canceled Disney Channel production, “Good Luck Charlie,” was the target of several recent online death threats, police said.
Eight Los Angeles police officers violated department policy when they mistakenly riddled a pickup truck with bullets, injuring two women, during a manhunt last year for cop-turned-killer Christopher Dorner, a civilian oversight board announced Tuesday.
A former banker and movie executive who said police beat him with batons in a bizarre street confrontation lost his $20 million excessive force claim on Friday against the Los Angeles Police Department.
Former NFL star defensive back Darren Sharper has been arrested on suspicion of rape, the Los Angeles Police Department said.
Brendan Steele turned to former UC Riverside teammate Will Farish for help at the Humana Challenge after caddie Sam Pinfold ran into visa problems.
A Los Angeles Police Department vehicle carrying Mayor Eric Garcetti struck and injured a pedestrian in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday, the mayor's office said in a statement.
Motor City has become Murder City. With 333 homicides of all kinds last year, Detroit tops the list of major cities under siege by violent criminals. The man with the nation's most thankless job, Detroit Police Chief James E. Craig, shocked the establishment when he said last week that he thinks the solution to Motown's crime is more guns.
John Miller, who recently left CBS News after a much-criticized story on the National Security Agency for "60 Minutes," has become the poster child for what's wrong with the revolving door between journalism and government.
It was American law enforcement's "We're going to need a bigger boat" moment.
The former Washington Wizards star, who was banished from the team after brandishing a handgun in the locker room following a dispute with teammate Javaris Crittenton over a card game, initially was pulled over for speeding.