A state court determined Friday that a Los Angeles Police Department policy that makes it easier for unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded after police stops is lawful and can remain in place.
A 35-year-old Cherry Valley woman was treated at a hospital for a laceration on her forearm after the capuchin monkey reportedly attacked her outside Antonious Pizza on Beaumont Avenue, Animal Services officials said.
The tow yard’s owner, Joe Albert, reportedly said the suspect owns the vehicle, which was impounded at a DUI checkpoint last month.
A Superior Court judge on Monday struck down a controversial policy that in certain cases allowed police to release the impounded cars of unlicensed drivers.
A Superior Court Judge Friday refused to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the LAPD’s controversial Special Order 7.
Two lawsuits aimed at a controversial LAPD policy limiting how long the city can impound vehicles of unlicensed drivers were consolidated into a single lawsuit.
More than 200 horses must be relocated from an Athens Village stable Thursday morning after city officials say the facility is not fit to board the animals.
The Los Angeles Police Department’s new impound policy is expected to go into effect Sunday despite a pending lawsuit by the Police Protective League.
CBS2 Investigates Whether Husband Of High-Ranking City Official Received Preferential Treatment From LAPD
A CBS2 investigation reveals that the husband of a high-ranking City of L.A. official was given preferential treatment from the LAPD after his car was impounded.
The Los Angeles Police Commission Tuesday will consider a proposal to amend the Police Department’s policy of impounding the cars of unlicensed drivers, a plan that has drawn heated rhetoric from both sides of the issue due to its connection with illegal immigration.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck is under fire for throwing his support behind a controversial driver’s license for illegal immigrants.
A woman was killed Friday in a fiery hit-and-run collision in Boyle Heights — allegedly by an unlicensed driver — prompting an outcry for the review of current vehicle impound procedures.
Several public safety groups, including the Los Angeles Police Protective League, are fighting a new LAPD proposal that would keep unlicensed drivers from facing a 30-day impound.
The mayor of Los Angeles may be rethinking a proposal to end the city’s practice of impounding vehicles belonging to unlicensed drivers.
Los Angeles police say they are changing rules for impounding cars of unlicensed drivers at sobriety checkpoints, after criticism that the department was targeting illegal immigrants.