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.
The names of 10 San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies who were placed on leave amid a use-of- force investigation in the arrest of Francis Pusok were released Monday.
The incident of vandalism occurred Tuesday at Venice Beach.
San Bernardino county officials and attorneys for Francis Jared Pusok finalized the settlement in connection with Pusok’s April 9 arrest in Apple Valley.
Witness Tom Ridge was standing with the owner of the horse as Francis Pusok was trying to escape police in a remote area of Apple Valley.
San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon says deputies who were involved in the videotaped beating of a suspect who fled on horse have been put on leave.
The horses were severely underweight.
Emergency personnel responded to a call after an injured horse was reported sliding down an embankment, after the rider was evidently able to make it to safety.
A memo released Wednesday purportedly shows LAPD Chief Charlie Beck’s signature approving a deal for the department to buy a horse from his daughter, who is also an LAPD officer, according to a report.
Armando Rodriguez, 2, was fatally struck by the animal around 8:15 p.m. at his family’s home in the 11500 block of Barbet Road in Phelan, the Coroner said.
The dig was an unusual project for the students to undertake.
Several people were injured Saturday after the horses they were riding allegedly got startled by horses running loose in Griffith Park.
While there have always been plenty of ponies at the Los Angeles County Fair, Ed Mertz reports some of them will be racing at the Fairplex Park track starting Friday.
Sheriff’s Deputies in Yucaipa responding to a call about three pit bulls who were attacking a homeowner’s goats, shot and killed two of the dogs after they reportedly charged at an officer.
Southern California Marines have fond memories of a scrawny mare called Reckless, who served in the Korean War and earned two Purple Hearts, taking shrapnel and saving soldiers like other American war heroes.