Not Finding Them Funny, LAPD Cracks Down On Paintball Gun 'Pranks'Police in Los Angeles are becoming increasingly concerned about paintball gun shootings in the city, especially in the area of South L.A.
LAPD Looks To Move Forward With Drone ProgramLos Angeles police acquired a pair of drones in 2014, but they have yet to be deployed.
LAPD Goes On Tactical Alert After Power Outage At Dispatch CenterPolice were on a city-wide tactical alert Friday after a power outage at one of the Los Angeles Police Department's two dispatch centers.
Father Comes Forward To Claim Boy Who Was Found Walking In North HillsThe child, who only speaks Spanish, was found at about 6 a.m. near Van Nuys Boulevard and Woodman Avenue.
DA Charges LAPD Officer With Sexually Assaulting 15-Year-Old CadetTen-year LAPD veteran Robert Cain, 31, was charged with sexually assaulting the teen after befriending her.
LAPD Officers Shoot, Kill Suspect Following Chase In PacoimaThe incident began with a domestic violence call.
Pursuit Ends In Long Beach Thanks To Car Blocking StreetThe driver of another car stopped in the middle of the street opened his door, putting an end to the chase.
Calif. Bill Would Force Police To Release Body Cam VideoThe LAPD is among several state agencies that maintain policies denying the disclosure of body camera videos.
History Repeats Itself For Families Of LAPD Academy GradsRetired LAPD Officers David Winslow and Timothy Wunderlich have known each other for a long time: they met at the Academy back in the early 80s. Now, their sons are following in their footsteps.
Fight Breaks Out In Line For Louis Vuitton Pop-Up ShopAn unruly crowd eagerly awaiting the opening of a Supreme Louis Vuitton pop-up shop in downtown LA drew the presence of LAPD officers early Friday morning.
Police Release Sketch In Search For Sexual Assault Suspect In Fairfax DistrictA LAPD spokesperson says a man broke into an apartment on North Ogden Drive around 11:50 p.m., tied the hands of the two young women inside and sexually assaulted them.
L.A. County Metro Stations Increase Security After String Of ScaresL.A. County Sheriff's deputies are no longer solely responsible for patrolling trains and buses.

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