A smash-and-grab burglary targeted the Saks Fifth Avenue store in Beverly Hills early Monday, police said.
The Beverly Hills Police Department held a flag ceremony on Thursday morning in front of City Hall in recognition of Tuesday’s National Peace Officers Memorial Day, which pays tribute to local, state and federal peace officers who have died or been disabled in the line of duty. Pictured above is Mayor Julian Gold with a large portion of the Beverly Hills Police force, including several civilian employees.
Police in Austin, Texas were searching Tuesday for a bomb maker as the US city remained on edge following a series of explosive packages sent to homes, killing two people.
Beverly Vista had its annual Run For Success BBQ last Friday. The Beverly Vista community, along with representatives from the Beverly Hills police and fire departments, came together to celebrate by serving lunch to students for an event that fundraised more than $300.
Guatemalan counternarcotics police on Saturday seized half a ton of cocaine, a small airplane and weapons, and arrested four suspects after a shootout, officials said.
Beverly Hills police officers were photographed Wednesday on their final day assisting authorities in Montecito. The BHPD had been in the area helping with recovery efforts from the fires that ravaged the Santa Barbara area last month. Pictured, from left: Officer Josh Cudworth, Officer Jim Keenaghan, Sergeant Don Chase, Officer Chris Bond and Officer Scott Dibble.
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.
A few weeks ago, the Courier received a call from a distraught resident. A pair of tiny baby kittens had been crying for more than 24 hours, stuck under the hood of a vehicle in the building’s garage. The vehicle owner was unavailable to aid the kittens, and efforts to lure them out of the engine boot were unsuccessful. With a little help from the Beverly Hills Police Department and roadside assistance to unlock the vehicle and pop the hood, one kitten was retrieved from the vehicle. The other kitten has not been found. Covered in fleas, starving, scared and dehydrated, the Stray Cat Alliance took the feral feline in. In the ensuing weeks, this 9-week old boy has become socialized and ready for adoption. At the Courier, we feel he should be named Justice, after the law enforcement personnel who assisted in his rescue. To adopt this little guy, visit StrayCatAlliance.org and fill-out an adoption application, or email Adoptions@StrayCatAlliance.org for more information.
A person's death in Beverly Hills Friday afternoon was being investigated by police.
The Beverly Hills Police Department and the Beverly Hills Fire Department stand at attention to honor First Responders and civilians whose lives were lost on September 11. Every year, the City of Beverly Hills holds a solemn memorial on the anniversary of that event. It is an opportunity to remember the day, to honor those who were lost, and to be grateful for the heroic first responders who serve our community every day.