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Cops and Coffee – Last week, the Beverly Hills Police Department held its first in a series of coffees and conversations with community members

Pictured (from left): Martha Ramirez, Julia Green, Archna Tuli, Vanessa Cisterna, Rose Kaiserman, BHPD Chief Sandra Spagnoli, Kelli Schatz, Tracy Mathalon, Sgt. Scott Dowling. Back row: Det. Chris Coulter, Det. Ubaldo Mendoza, and Sgt. Greg Mader. Last week, the Beverly Hills Police Department held its first in a series of coffees and conversations with community members in hopes of bringing information to the citizens regarding crime trends and safety awareness. The Coffee and a Cop was held at Factor’s Famous Deli. Pictured (from left): Martha Ramirez, Julia Green, Archna Tuli, Vanessa Cisterna, Rose Kaiserman, BHPD Chief Sandra Spagnoli, Kelli Schatz, Tracy Mathalon, Sgt. Scott Dowling. Back row: Det. Chris Coulter, Det. Ubaldo Mendoza, and Sgt. Greg Mader. 6:03 pm Read More

Lyft Driver Killed in DUI Incident

A Lyft driver was struck and killed by a motorist in Torrance who was driving under the influence of alcohol and also had illegal drugs in his possession, a police lieutenant said today. 12:40 pm Read More

LA Mayor, LAPD, FBI, DHA – Respond to Paris Attacks

In light of apparent coordinated terrorist attacks that left more than 100 people dead in Paris, Los Angeles police added extra patrols today at "critical infrastructure" sites and will have extra officers on hand at large public gatherings, a department spokesman said. 10:28 pm Read More

A Work Of Art – The City Council on Tuesday honored Detective Specialist Michelle Fieler for her investigations last year into making sure pawnbrokers and second-hand dealers were complying with state and local laws.

M-Council The City Council on Tuesday honored Detective Specialist Michelle Fieler, a 32-year veteran of the Beverly Hills Police Department, for her investigations last year into making sure pawnbrokers and second-hand dealers were complying with state and local laws. On Dec. 18, her investigations led the discovery of  four oil paintings purchased in Beverly Hills that were part of six paintings stolen during a residential burglary in Maine in 2012. The estimated values of the paintings reached millions of dollars. Her work led to the arrest of two men in connection with the crime. Pictured (from left): BHPD Chief Dominick Rivetti, Fieler and Mayor Julian Gold. 5:44 pm Read More