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Beverly Hills Cops Search For Possible Burglary Suspects: Hawthorne on Lock Down

BHPD Officers Tuesday searched a Beverly Hills neighborhood. triggering an elementary school lockdown, after possible burglary suspects were spotted in the area.

Donald Trump Jr. Says He is Not Worried About Going to Jail

US President Donald Trump's eldest son said he was not worried that he could be jailed over his role in the Russia probe, but suggested investigators might try to "create" legal difficulties for him.

US Government Still Holds 565 Immigrant Children

The US government continues to hold 565 illegal immigrant children in custody, three weeks after a court deadline to reunite them with parents or guardians, a court filing showed Friday.

LAPD Police Commission Mandates 2-Week Stand Down After Police Shootings

Los Angeles police officers who shoot someone will have to wait at least two weeks before returning to the field under a policy approved by the five-member civilian panel that oversees the department.

Arleta Man Gets Five Years for Role in Global Money Laundering Scheme

An Arleta man was sentenced Wednesday to five years in federal prison for his role in a black-market "hawala" money laundering scheme that transferred about $4.5 million on behalf of the Sinaloa Cartel and its drug trafficking affiliates.

Man Suspected in New York Murder Charged With North Hollywood Attack

A man suspected of killing a nurse and raping another woman in New York is scheduled to be arraigned Monday on charges that he sexually assaulted and tried to kill a woman in her North Hollywood apartment after they went on a date last weekend.

LA Unified Board Member Rodriguez Pleads Guilty in Felony Election Finance Scheme

Los Angeles Unified School District board member Ref Rodriguez pleaded guilty Monday to a felony conspiracy charge and four misdemeanors for reimbursing donors to his 2015 election campaign, and he resigned from the school board.

Police Seek Motive After Gunman Kills Two, Wounds 13, on Busy Toronto Street

Toronto police were seeking to determine a motive on Monday after a 29-year-old man opened fire with a handgun on restaurant goers and pedestrians in a busy  neighborhood of Canada's largest city overnight, killing two people and wounding 13.

ACLU Sues in L.A. to Obtain Citizenship for Soldier Discharged by Army

The ACLU announced Friday it filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles to force U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to issue a decision on the citizenship application of a Korean-born soldier who is being discharged from the U.S. Army because she allegedly obtained a student visa illegally years ago.

Federal Judge Bars ICE from Immediate Deportation of Reunited Families

A federal judge in San Diego issued an order on Monday barring officials from deporting newly reunited immigrant families for up to one week.

US Judge Delays Trial El Chapo for 60 Days

The US judge overseeing the case against Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, accused of running one of the world's biggest drug empires, ordered Monday that his trial be delayed 60 days until November.

Former Spanish King’s Mistress Alleges Juan Carlos was Engaged in Money Laundering

Spain's former king Juan Carlos is once again in the spotlight after his former mistress claimed he was involved in money laundering, sparking calls for an investigation.

San Pedro Man To Be Sentenced for Death Threats Against Rep. Maxine Waters

A 45-year-old San Pedro man is expected to be sentenced Monday for threatening to kill Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Los Angeles, over comments she made about President Donald Trump.

Beverly Hills News – Farrah Abraham Facing Possible Jail Time for Assault on Security Guard at Beverly Hills Hotel

Former reality television "Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham is facing the possibility of jail time if convicted of charges that she hit a security guard and resisted arrest when asked to leave the Beverly Hills Hotel last month.

Judge Finalizes Ruling Allowing Trial of Defamation Suit Against Cosby

(CNS) - A judge finalized his ruling allowing Janice Dickinson's defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby to go to trial, but not the ex-supermodel's allegations against the comedian's former attorney.

McDonnell Insists Fatal Deputy-Involved Shooting and Secret Society Under Investigation

Sheriff Jim McDonnell insisted Friday the department is continuing to investigate a fatal deputy-involved shooting that has led to allegations of a secret society of tattooed deputies within the agency's Compton station, and any wrongdoing the probe discovers will be punished.
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