A new freeway sign paying tribute to an officer killed in a crime that came to be known as “The Onion Field” murder was unveiled on Saturday.
An exhibition to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the kidnapping of two Los Angeles Police Department officers opened Saturday at the Los Angeles Police Museum.
Two dozen police officers stood at attention as bagpipers played “Amazing Grace” on a Hollywood street Friday in memory of a slain colleague they never knew.
The L.A. City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to name a Hollywood intersection after a slain Los Angeles police officer.
The man, who became known as the Onion Field Killer, is trying for an eleventh attempt to get out of prison early.
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