One man and 14 teens were arrested Wednesday for burglary and trespassing after they allegedly broke into a La Habra Heights home, threw a party and caused more than $1 million in damage.
Two Los Angeles County Supervisors warned Tuesday of more to come in the fallout from the FBI’s corruption probe of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.
The following list is a breakdown of the charges faced by the 18 Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department officials named in indictments and a criminal case unsealed today, and potential penalties.
Two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies were injured Thursday morning in a motorcycle accident on the 105 Freeway in Willowbrook.
A new inspector general to oversee and monitor the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was officially approved by the Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
County officials appointed a veteran public corruption prosecutor Wednesday to provide oversight and monitoring of the largest Sheriff’s department in the nation.
Federal, state and local law enforcement officials Tuesday are taking part in a security exercise to protect oil and gas platforms in Southern California from potential threats.
Nearly two dozen California prison inmates were set to be transferred Wednesday from a state detention center to a civilian firefighting camp.
A Los Angeles County sheriff’s lieutenant was among 21 people arrested last week in a prostitution sting, Moreno Valley police said Tuesday.
Authorities have arrested a 17-year-old Temple City High School student for making false bomb threats.
A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy has been returned to desk duty following a seventh deputy-involved shooting, according to authorities.
“Rave Party Canceled”: it’s probably the last sign any desert partygoer wants to see.
Two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies have been relieved of duty after a reported argument over loud music at a Chino campground erupted in gunfire, according to reports.
Tula and Ruby are part of a new Countywide Services Division K-9 unit that began last month to sniff out any explosive devices.
The U.S. Justice Department said Friday it found that Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies at two stations in the Antelope Valley have engaged in a pattern or practice of unconstitutional stops, searches, seizures and excessive force targeting African-Americans and Latinos.