A judge in El Paso has ordered probation for a man who lied to protect his son, a rookie Los Angeles police officer who had been charged in an off-duty slaying.
A retired Los Angeles County sheriff’s captain charged with obstructing a federal probe into corruption in the county jails will plead guilty Wednesday to a lesser charge.
The FBI is offering a $20,000 reward to help find two of six valuable N.C. Wyeth paintings nabbed from a home in Maine. Four of those stolen pieces have been recovered in Beverly Hills.
William Carey, the retired Los Angeles County sheriff’s captain whose job was to root out misconduct, has agreed to plea guilty in a sweeping corruption case.
A former elementary school teacher wanted for 14 years in connection with sexual assault against children in Northern California remained in custody in Los Angeles on Thursday.
A retired LAPD detective accused of becoming the bank-robbing “Snowbird” bandit made an appearance in court on Monday.
The public’s help is needed Wednesday to capture a bank robber dubbed the “Snowbird Bandit” who has committed five robberies in Orange County, FBI officials said.
The investigation into this incident is ongoing and will be thorough. It will not only focus on employee actions, but also on corrective policies and procedures,” said Sheriff Jim McDonnell.
Jared Fogle, long seen as the face of the Subway restaurant chain, is no longer the company’s spokesman following an FBI raid on his home in relation to a child pornography investigation.
Authorities Friday boosted security detail for the Fourth of July holiday weekend in response to terror concerns here in Southern California.
This holiday weekend, law enforcement agencies throughout Southern California will be on alert over possible terror threats after an ISIS leader recently called on his followers to strike.
As an accounting executive at Gulfstream Aerospace, Marvin Jay Caukin was pulling in a quarter-million dollars a year and had a wife 30 years his junior.
Federal law enforcement authorities are investigating whether the St. Louis Cardinals illegally hacked into a computer database of the Houston Astros to obtain information on players, a person familiar with the situation said Tuesday in an unusual case involving two former division rivals in Major League Baseball.
The trail of a celebrity photo-hacking scandal led the FBI to an unassuming brick home in Chicago, according to recently unsealed court documents that reveal agents zeroed in on a computer they linked to nearly 600 hacked personal data-storage accounts.
Drug charges against 14 people have been dropped and cases against dozens more defendants in California are in jeopardy following the arrest of a former FBI agent who prosecutors say stole more than $100,000 seized during drug investigations.