Two Fullerton police officers pleaded not guilty Friday morning to charges stemming from the beating death of a homeless man.
One of two officers accused in the beating death of Kelly Thomas is no longer employed by the Fullerton Police Department, according to the Orange County Register.
A memorial concert and benefit was held Saturday in Fullerton a little more than a year to the day a homeless man named Kelly Thomas was beaten to death by police.
The father of Kelly Thomas plans to file a lawsuit on the anniversary of the clash with Fullerton police that led to the homeless man’s death.
A former rocker is denying allegations that a false police report was filed from the bar he owns before a fatal confrontation between police officers and a homeless man took place.
The owner of a bar in Fullerton where a fatal confrontation between police officers and a homeless man denied allegations on Tuesday that a false police report was filed from his bar.
Three long-time members of the Fullerton City Council have been ousted in the wake of Kelly Thomas’ beating death.
A disabled man has filed a lawsuit against Fullerton police, saying he was abused by the same officer charged in the beating death of a homeless man.
An Orange County businessman has poured thousands of dollars — he says more than $200,000 — of his own money into a campaign to recall three members of the Fullerton City Council.
Fullerton’s acting police chief says his department did a poor job of communicating to the public about the death of a mentally ill homeless man after a confrontation with officers.
The city of Fullerton told CBS2 that they mailed a letter to three of the police officers involved in the fatal beating of a homeless, schizophrenic man.
The mother of a mentally ill homeless man who died after he was beaten by Fullerton police has reached a settlement with the city that will pay her $1 million.
Two Fullerton police officers were ordered Wednesday afternoon to stand trial for the beating death of schizophrenic transient Kelly Thomas.
The chief of surgical trauma at UC Irvine Medical Center took the stand Tuesday as the preliminary hearing in the Kelly Thomas death case continued for its second day.
In court Monday, people gasped, screamed and some cried as they watched a video of Fullerton police beating a homeless man at a bus station. Kelly Thomas, 37, later died from the injuries he sustained that night.