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Beverly Hills News – Burglary at Beverly Hills Hotel Targets John Stamos’ Fiancee

In a press release from the Beverly Hills Police Department, Lt. Elisabeth Albanese reports that model and actress Caitlin McHugh, fiancé of actor and musician John Stamos, was the victim of a burglary at the Beverly Hills Hotel Friday.

Beverly Hills News – House Fire Breaks Sunday Morning Peace

A house fire in the 100-block of N. Doheny Drive broke the stillness of Sunday morning with the swift arrival of several emergency fire and police vehicles to knock it down swiftly.

Beverly Hills News – BHPD Release Details of Arrest in Sexual Assault by Phony Ride Service Driver

The Beverly Hills Police Department released details of an arrest May 20  in connection with a sexual assault by a man posing as a rideshare driver in Beverly Hills.

Beverly Hills News – David Spade Latest Celeb Victim in String of High Profile Burglaries in Southland

"Just Shoot Me" and "Rules of Engagement" actor David Spade appears to be the latest victim in a string of Southland celebrity burglaries, although police were tight-lipped about the case Tuesday.

Beverly Hills News – Murder Suspect Police Chase Causes Huge Early-Morning Traffic Headaches Throughout L.A.

An attempted-murder suspect was taken into custody early Tuesday at the end of a 90-minute chase that mainly took place on the southbound San Diego (405) Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass.

Former NBA Star Dennis Rodman Charged in Hit and Run, Wrong Way on Freeway

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman was charged with hit and run and property damage Monday for driving the wrong way on a freeway and causing a car crash, police said.

Trump Tweets Lash Out at London Mayor in Aftermath of Terrorist Attack

Donald Trump lashed out Sunday at London's mayor Sadiq Khan, accusing him of downplaying the threat of terrorism a day after knife-wielding men mowed down and stabbed revelers in the British capitol.

Man Held on $100,000 Bail for Suspected DUI Killing of Georgia Firefighter

The suspected drunken driver who police said struck a vehicle carrying three Georgia firefighters, killing one of them and injuring the other two near Marina Del Rey, was being held at a Los Angeles jail Wednesday in lieu of a $100,000 bond.

Body Found on Mt. Baldy Confirmed as Famed Hiker

Authorities Wednesday confirmed that a body found on the north side of Mount Baldy was that of famed hiker Suek "Sam" Kim, who had scaled the mountain nearly 800 times.

Beverly Hills News – Murder Suspect Police Chase Causes Huge Early-Morning Traffic Headaches Throughout L.A.

An attempted-murder suspect was taken into custody early Tuesday at the end of a 90-minute chase that mainly took place on the southbound San Diego (405) Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass.

Former NBA Star Dennis Rodman Charged in Hit and Run, Wrong Way on Freeway

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman was charged with hit and run and property damage Monday for driving the wrong way on a freeway and causing a car crash, police said.

Jury Acquits Man Who Kendall Jenner Accused Of Stalking

A 25-year-old man was convicted of a misdemeanor Monday for trespassing on the Hollywood Hills property of model and reality television personality Kendall Jenner, but jurors acquitted him of a misdemeanor stalking charge.  

Elderly Luxurt Hotel Boss Kidnapped in Cannes

The head of a five-star hotel in the French resort town of Cannes was kidnapped on Monday, the local prosecutor said.

‘Grim Sleeper’ Killer Sentenced To Death

The man dubbed the "Grim Sleeper" serial killer was sentenced to death today for the killings of nine women and a teenage girl, primarily in the South Los Angeles area.  

Man Suspected Of Assaults In West L.A., Beverly Hills, Arrested In MacArthur Park

A 32-year-old homeless man suspected of three sexual assaults and one violent attack, was arrested Wednesday in MacArthur Park, police said. The Santa Monica Police Department arrested Pablo Carlos Pineda at about 5:15 p.m.

Beverly Hills Police, Fire To Celebrate National Night Out Event On August 2

The City of Beverly Hills will host its annual National Night Out at the Rexford Drive Civic Center on Aug. 2 as an effort to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. National Night Out has taken place annually on the first Tuesday of August since 1984, focusing on health, safety, and emergency preparedness.  
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