Authorities said Thursday that five people accused in the beating death of a 60-year-old Long Beach man have pleaded not guilty.
Edgar Salvador Luciozamudio, now 24, faces a maximum sentence of 15 years to life in state prison at his sentencing March 28.
A preliminary autopsy has been conducted on the young woman who died after being beaten outside a Santa Ana nightclub this past weekend.
Former Cpl. Jay Cicinelli was acquitted last week of involuntary manslaughter and use of excessive force in death of Kelly Thomas.
After seeing the videotape, the lawyer admitted he even said to himself, ‘This doesn’t look good.’
The Fullerton Police Department’s acting police chief Tuesday cleared Kelly Thomas of any wrongdoing when he was allegedly beaten by officers more than a year ago.
An independent investigator said Tuesday that the Fullerton Police Department violated the public’s trust and recommended 59 changes to the department in the wake of the beating death of Kelly Thomas.
The Fullerton City Council is holding a meeting Tuesday night to discuss possible changes in the police department in the wake of beating death of transient Kelly Thomas.
Two Fullerton police officers pleaded not guilty Friday morning to charges stemming from the beating death of a homeless man.
Prosecutors say a 31-year-old Compton man has been sentenced to 25 years to life in prison in the beating death of his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter.
Officials in Redondo Beach confirm they have arrested one of two suspects wanted in the beating death of a popular and well-liked bar bouncer.
A 26-year-old Hollywood man was sentenced Friday to 30 years to life in prison for the beating death of his 62-year-old father in 2010.
The city of Fullerton has appointed yet another acting police chief amid investigations into the death of a homeless man.
The two officers charged in the beating death of a homeless man will soon be placed on unpaid administrative leave, according to the acting chief of the Fullerton Police Department.
As Fullerton police Officer Manuel Ramos approached a homeless man at a bus stop in July, he clicked on an audio recorder normally used to exonerate officers accused of misconduct.