Federal authorities on Thursday slapped new financial reporting rules on 2,000 businesses in the Fashion District of Los Angeles in an effort to curtail suspected Mexican drug money laundering after massive amounts of cash were seized in a raid.
Federal authorities Wednesday arrested nine people and seized approximately $65 million in cash in a massive sweep of the Fashion District that targeted money laundering for Mexican drug cartels.
Homicide detectives hope a $50,000 reward will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person who raped and murdered a homeless woman in the downtown Los Angeles Fashion District three years ago.
The Tasting Kitchen team opens a casual eatery, with local craft beer, classic cocktails and English-inspired dishes in a historic L.A. setting. If you’re a foodie, then you’re probably aware that the opening of The […]
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