A businessman who allegedly ambushed a woman in a Hollywood sidewalk attack fueled by a financial dispute pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a capital murder charge.
The charges were filed Tuesday against 20-year-old Alec Scott Abraham of Costa Mesa. He’d earlier been charged with vehicular manslaughter. The new charges carry a possible sentence of 30 years to life.
The Chargers a little bit closer Thursday to leaving San Diego and moving north to Carson.
Eddie Clark Sr. and Eddie Clark Jr. were each given 10 years in prison Friday.
Prosecutors say Allen Kahrion Jackson got nine adult women and four underage girls to become sex workers.
Civil rights activists urged the district attorney’s office Wednesday to file charges against a Los Angeles Police Department officer found in violation of fatally shooting Ezell Ford.
Prosecutors say a man who allegedly broke into a Harbor City home and sexually assaulted an 88-year-old woman has been charged with multiple felonies.
Francis Pusok, whose videotaped chase on a horse and subsequent beating by deputies resulted in a $650,000 settlement, was charged with multiple counts Thursday.
Two men arrested in the Southland on terrorism charges were expected to appear in federal court Friday.
No charges will be filed against a group of Venice High School students who had been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault, prosecutors said Wednesday.
The Rim Fire burned more than 250,000 acres and nearly a dozen homes before it was contained late last October, more than two months after it was sparked.
The two occupants of the Toyota sedan suffered major injuries, but reportedly refused medical attention and were described by officials as “uncooperative” with the investigation.
Prosecutors announced charges Tuesday against a 31-year-old transient for allegedly biting off the fingertip of a Venice cafe owner in a dispute.
When the driver attempted to also exit, John Edward Maust placed him in a choke hold with the pocket knife and demanded that he be taken to a Jack in the Box.
City prosecutors were expected Thursday to announce charges against a San Fernando Valley man for allegedly allowing a 9-year-old boy to bring a loaded gun to his elementary school.