Feds Ask For Competency Hearing For Former LA County SheriffThe 74-year-old Baca has pleaded not guilty to obstructing justice, conspiracy and lying to the federal government. He could face up to 20 years in federal prison if convicted.
Ex-Sheriff Lee Baca Pleads Not Guilty To Conspiracy Charges; Trial Set For OctoberFormer Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca plead not guilty Friday to federal charges of conspiring to obstruct justice, obstructing justice and lying to the federal government.
Former L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca Withdraws Guilty Plea In Corruption Case, Going To TrialBaca says he changed his mind because the charges against him contradict the evidence.
Judge Rejects Plea Deal For Former Sheriff Lee Baca In Jail Corruption ProbeA federal judge rejected a plea deal Monday for former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca
Former LA County Undersheriff Sentenced To 5 Years For CorruptionPaul Tanaka was convicted of interfering with an FBI probe into alleged jail abuse at the Men's Central Jail.
Race For LA County Sheriff Heats Up As Primaries ApproachAs the California Primary elections quickly approach, the race for the next Los Angeles County Sheriff heats up.
Asst. Sheriff Todd Rodgers Enlists 'Reno 911' Cast In Campaign To Replace Baca
Thursday Marks Sheriff Lee Baca's Last Day At Head Of LASDBaca, who will step down from his post Thursday afternoon, severed 16 years as head of the department.
OC Undersheriff Appointed Interim LA County Sheriff As Baca Prepares To RetireOrange County Undersheriff John Scott has been appointed the interim sheriff for LA County as Sheriff Lee Baca prepares to retire this week.
Assistant Sheriff Jim Hellmold Enters Race To Replace Lee BacaAssistant Sheriff Jim Hellmold has entered the race to replace Lee Baca.
Long Beach Police Chief Announces Run For LA County SheriffLong Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell announced Monday that he will run for Long Angeles County sheriff.
Reports: County Spent Nearly Half Of Litigation Costs On LASD Lawsuits Lawsuits involving the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department accounted for $43 million in expenditures - nearly half the county's overall litigation costs - last year, according to county officials.