Sometimes athletes just aren’t the sharpest tool in the shed …
Two men were in custody Wednesday in connection with a string of robberies along bike paths in the Santa Clarita Valley, authorities said.
Neighbors in this gated community near Lake Elsinore are shocked that their neighborhood was tagged by vandals using racial slurs and swastikas.
El Monte police detectives arrested two women after seizing 250 pounds of illegal fireworks at a Chinatown store.
Authorities said that on Jan. 20, 2013, outside the now closed Cancun Bar and Grill nightclub, 22-year-old Kevon Decatur, of Moreno Valley, was fatally shot following a confrontation with three men.
Authorities say they’ve seized more than 450 pounds of methamphetamine in San Bernardino County and arrested two men.
Three boys are suspected of stealing iPads from an elementary school in Perris.
Officials Wednesday arrested a dozen people and were seeking three others who have been charged in a large-scale, bank account “bustout” scheme, costing Southern California banks at least $15 million.
Tthe mother of one of the victims, 28-year-old Martha Anaya, says Santa Ana police told her Saturday her daughter’s body had been found.
Franc Cano, 27, and Steven Dean Gordon, 45, both of Anaheim, are being held for the suspected murders of all four women, according to Anaheim and Santa Ana police departments.
A popular spring break celebration near the University of California, Santa Barbara campus turned violent Saturday, prompting officers to release tear gas into crowds.
Authorities say seven people were arrested and more than $150,000 in illegal knockoffs of handbags, movies, music and more were seized at a Riverside County swap meet.
Authorities this week arrested more than 120 contractors for allegedly working without proper licenses during a statewide undercover sting operation.
So far in 2014, each month has brought news of another arrest or conviction of a Democratic California state senator. The latest was Wednesday’s arrest of Sen. Leland Yee of San Francisco.
The letters are addressed to so-called “multiple arrestees,” described as someone living in the LAPD’s Mission Station area who was arrested more than once last year.