Two men who led officials on a brief car chase and exchanged gunfire with sheriff’s deputies on Friday night in Compton have been arrested.
One suspect was quickly apprehended.
Pablo Chavez, a 55-year-old storeroom clerk, won after buying a “50X the Cash Scratchers ticket.”
A 26-year-old man was sentenced to prison on Tuesday for murdering a young boy who wore a Spider-Man costume on Halloween in 2010.
Defibrillator machines are back on Compton’s fire trucks and ambulances after the city addressed concerns by Los Angeles County regulators that firefighters weren’t properly trained to use the lifesaving devices.
Homicide detectives Monday investigated the circumstances surrounding the shooting death of a man in Compton.
Attorneys for Marion “Suge” Knight say in court filings that a new video of a fatal parking lot confrontation shows the former rap music mogul was being attacked by a man with a gun.
Officials Wednesday announced the Compton Fire Department’s chief has been placed on leave.
Deputy Fire Chief Bryan Batiste says the removal of four defibrillators from their trucks and ambulances shouldn’t worry residents.
An investigation is underway in Compton where three people, including a 9-year-old girl, were struck by gunfire at two crime scenes.
Police Monday investigated the circumstances surrounding a shooting that injured a man in Compton.
Neither suspect was hit. No deputies were injured.
The unidentified victim was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Sheriff’s confirmed that no deputies were injured.
Detectives asked for the public’s help Wednesday for information in the murder of a soccer player headed for a professional career.