Los Angeles Police Department

L.A. Police Warn of Serial Slasher on the Loose

The Los Angeles Police Department is warning residents that a serial slasher in on the loose in the area after slashing occurred in Lynwood, South Gate and South Los Angeles.

Police tape cordons off an area outside a Jack in the Box restaurant in Hollywood, California, January 31, 2017, after police shot and killed a knife-wielding suspect inside the restaurant following a series of stabbing in the vicinity. Authorities said a person described only as a male was pronounced dead …

MS-13 Gang ‘Decapitated’ in 50 Los Angeles Raids

Federal and local law enforcement officers conducted 50 simultaneous raids in the pre-dawn hours Wednesday, taking down almost two dozen “high-ranking” suspected leaders of MS-13 in what is being described as the “largest gang raid in Los Angeles history.”

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Topless Woman at Bernie Sanders Rally Sues L.A. Police

One of two women who was arrested for going topless at a Bernie Sanders rally in Los Angeles in March has filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Police Department for $3 million for using excessive force.

Topless Bernie supporter (Gage Skidmore / Flickr / CC / Cropped)

Border Patrol Stops Amber Alert, Attempted Murder Suspect

Attempted murder suspect Giovanny Santiago-Enriquez escaped to Mexico with his son in early March after stabbing a man multiple times, but in a recent attempt to re-enter the United States, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers screened and then apprehended the suspect for an outstanding warrant related to the violent incident.

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Michelle Obama Hosts LAPD Captain, Sergeant at SOTU

First Lady Michelle Obama will host Captain Phil Tingirides and Sergeant Emada Tingirides of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in a box seat at Tuesday night’s State of the Union Address in Washington, D.C. The First Lady’s invitation comes as “#BlackLivesMatter” demonstrations have targeted the LAPD, among other departments, for alleged brutality against unarmed black suspects.

Ezell Ford and Black Lives Matter protest at Rose Bowl Parade. (@Garrick Ruiz / Twitter)