As Southland fans headed to watch the World Cup match Sunday between Mexico and the Netherlands, police increased patrols in Huntington Park and Walnut Park to try and avoid the same melee that erupted following Monday’s game.
With Monday night’s disruptive rallies after Mexico’s early round 3-1 World Cup win over Croatia fresh in the minds of law enforcement, authorities are preparing for Sunday, when Mexico will take on the Netherlands.
Police were called to keep order after a large gathering of fans of the Mexican soccer team, who congregated at an intersection in Huntington Park to celebrate Mexico’s 3-1 victory over Croatia, began interfering with traffic.
SKY2’s Stu Mundel reports the commercial fire broke out just after 5 p.m. Thursday in the 8100 block of Marbrisa Avenue.
A 27-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested Thursday for allegedly attempting to sell counterfeit flags, police said.
Authorities say residents of a Huntington Park apartment complex have been displaced following an early morning structure fire that destroyed seven cars.
An assistant bank manager and her ex-Marine boyfriend were found guilty Monday of using a fake pipe bomb to rob an East Los Angeles bank.
Fire crews Thursday were battling a blaze at a commercial building in Huntington Park.
Authorities say they’ve arrested three men in connection with various crimes targeting a Huntington Park high school.
A Huntington Park man is behind bars Saturday after allegedly touching a woman inappropriately at a public pool.
A local dress shop drew protesters on Friday who allege that the store took their money but failed to deliver on their purchases.
A 53-year-old teacher has been charged with raping and sexually assaulting an underage female relative.
The accused mastermind behind the robbery of a bank where his girlfriend worked pleaded not guilty in federal court Monday.
Juan Jose Vargas is accused of stabbing his girlfriend on Nov. 21, 2004 at their home in the 6200 block of Marbisa Avenue, the Huntington Park Police Department said.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a male and female suspect accused of assaulting a taxicab driver in Huntington Park.