Yesterday Evening on Olmstead Drive, Sacramento one person was injured and a dog was killed during a drive by shooting.
The Police Department was called at 6:55 in the afternoon about a reported shooting. The injured person was a woman, who sustained a shot in the leg and was immediately transported to UC Davis Medical Center.
Continue reading “Woman Injured, Dog Killed in Sacramento Shooting”
LAPD Officer Roberto Sanchez, was killed early in the morning of Saturday May, 3rd. According to the LAPD, Officer Sanchez was involved in a Hit & Run accident at 3:45 am, when an SUV “T-boned” his patrol car, killing Officer Sanchez and Continue reading “Mourning of LAPD Officer Killed in Collision Continues”
Although the LAPD is currently in the middle of a pilot program testing new on the field recording equipment, Continue reading “LAPD Squad Card Tampered With by Field Officers”
Much to the dismay of various civil liberties advocates who have challenged the law, a five year old California law that permits the collection of DNA sample during a felony arrest is being upheld. The samples may be collected without a judge’s review over the matter and even if criminal charges are not pressed Continue reading “California DNA Collection Law For Felony Arrests Upheld”
On Thursday, the 20th, A federal appeals court overturned some restrictions that will allow gun owners to carry a concealed weapon. The majority of votes said that the restrictions imposed on gun owners are in violation of the 2nd amendments right to bear arms.
This decision is being celebrated by gun rights advocates all over, Continue reading “Victory in the Courts for Gun Rights Advocates in California”
Eighteen current and former Los Angeles County deputies are currently facing charges for engaging in corruption and civil right abuses. The charges include beating inmates and visitors, as well as falsifying reports and trying to block an FBI investigation.
The charges were announced yesterday after 16 of the 18 deputies were arrested. The two deputies Continue reading “Eighteen Sheriff’s Deputies Charged With Engaging In Corruption and Civil Right Abuses.”
The Father of California State Assemblyman Mike Gatto, Joseph Gatto was found dead at his residence in Silver Lake Wednesday night. A member of the Gatto family arrived at their home to find 78 year old Joseph’s body over a desk. Firefighters arrived just past 8 pm to conduct a death investigation, the investigation determined Continue reading “State Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s Father Shot During Home Invasion”
The Huangs, with two of the children
Matthew and Grace Huang, a couple from Los Angeles were arrested in Doha, Qatar after their adoptive daughter, Gloria Continue reading “Los Angeles Couple Imprisoned In Qatar”
Former Auburn police officer, Justin Hanners
A former police officer of Auburn, Alabama has recently spoken out against the police department’s ticket quota tactics. “When I first heard about the quotas I was appalled.” says Justin Hanners, whose refusal to drop the issue of ticket quotas lost him his job.
“I got into law enforcement Continue reading “Police Officer Fired, After Voicing Concerns Over Ticket Quota”
Supporters of the inmates protesting outside twin towers correction facility
Monday morning nearly 30,000 inmates stopped eating in order to protest prison conditions and rules. The protest has spread over two-thirds of California prisons, and many inmates are also refusing to attend their work assignments.
The strike is centered on the state’s solitary confinement practices Continue reading “Largest Prison Hunger Strike in California History”
Wenyi Xu and Nicholas Bowen
Davis police have arrested a couple under charges of indecent exposure and lewd acts in public after a city park worker saw Wenyi Xu, 30, flashing bicyclists.
Police say the couple was targeting kids at a popular Davis bike trail yesterday morning at 9:30 am. Her accomplice, Nicholas Bowen, 61 Continue reading “Couple Arrested in Davis for Indecent Exposure”