The program, which has taken over 13,000 weapons off the streets in its six years of existence, is set to begin again on Saturday, when the LAPD and City Hall will team up once more as part of the city’s Gang-Reduction and Youth Development program.
Dorothy Zamora was also booked on a variety of weapons charges.
Police say they’ve arrested a man and a woman on multiple weapons charges after they found seven AK-47 assault rifles and hundreds of rounds of ammunition in their vehicle.
L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer is teaming up with Manhattan’s city attorney to rally prosecutors across the country in a unique coalition to curb gun violence.
Detectives announced the conclusion of their cocaine sales investigation Friday after taking a 22-year-old Hollywood man into custody this week.
Supporters of USMC Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi are calling up Rep. Ed Royce to bring the Afghanistan war veteran home.
The LAPD is hosting a gun buyback event Saturday, where guns may be surrendered, with no questions asked, at four locations across the Southland.
Californians buying guns from out-of-state sources would have to go through the same steps required for in-state purchases under a bill passed Wednesday by the state Assembly.
Seniors in Mission Viejo want permission to shoot bunnies in their communities with pellet guns.
A California congressman sent a letter Friday to Secretary of State John Kerry asking him to secure the release of a U.S. Marine veteran jailed in Tijuana after he drove into Mexico with three legally owned guns in his truck last month.
A LAPD football team was playing officers from San Diego Saturday at Salesian High School when someone got into the locker room and rifled through the gym bags of the San Diego officers.
Detectives recovered two shotguns, an assault rifle, an M1 rifle and at least one handgun.
About 56,000 Californians have a concealed-weapons permit in a state of 38 million residents.
State agents have seized some 350 guns and arrested two California men on suspicion of illegal firearms trafficking.
In a controversial move, Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens Thursday reacted to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion, and loosened requirements for obtaining a concealed weapons permit.