A murder suspect was accidentally released from jail last month due to a clerical mix-up, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Authorities Friday said a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy will be arraigned next month on an assault charge stemming from an alleged incident with an inmate in July 2011.
Northern California prisoners are part of a nationwide effort to ensure blind students receive quality textbooks at school.
An inmate who allegedly escaped from the maximum security Theo Lacy Facility has been captured.
A 27-year-old San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputy is on paid administrative leave Thursday after being arrested for having sex with a female inmate.
Authorities are searching Friday for an inmate who reportedly escaped from James A. Musick Jail.
A former Fullerton police officer who admitted to destroying evidence in the suicide investigation of a jail inmate will not serve any time behind bars.
With less than a week to go before Election Day, one particular group of voters is getting some help in making sure their voice is heard.
A suspect was fatally shot Thursday morning by a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy in the emergency room of a South Los Angeles hospital, officials said.
One prison employee was accused of bearing an inmate’s child. Another was alleged to have sent nude photos of herself to an inmate’s contraband cellphone.
A female San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputy has been arrested on suspicion of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a 19-year-old male inmate at the West Valley Detention Center.
60 out of a total of 10,000 deputies were fired for violations that included abuse of inmates in the jails, off-duty drunkenness and criminal activity.
Police are looking for Darnell Keith Washington, an inmate who escaped Tuesday from the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center in San Bernardino County.
James Crummel, 68, was convicted in 2004 of kidnapping, molesting and killing a Costa Mesa boy who disappeared on his way to school in 1979.
The ruling — which some are calling unusual — could leave Sheriff Lee Baca or any other top-ranking official subject to civil lawsuits.