Three South Los Angeles elementary schools were placed on lockdown Tuesday morning following an armed robbery and shooting in the area.
Officials Tuesday were responding to a report of a “takeover-style” bank robbery in Long Beach.
A Temple City elementary school was on lockdown Wednesday due to a threat of two bombs on campus.
A Fontana elementary school Monday was on lockdown as deputies were investigating a report of a possible man with a gun on campus.
Authorities Friday said they’ve taken one person into custody following a report of a man with a gun in Paramount.
The FBI joined Arcadia police Friday in their search for the suspect behind threatening calls that led to the lockdown of a local school as well as several public facilities over the past week.
Arcadia High School Thursday was on lockdown after police received an anonymous call stating there was man with a gun on campus.
Duarte High School and Northview Intermediate School were placed on lockdown Tuesday afternoon, officials said.
A Monrovia middle school was on lockdown Monday after police received a call stating that an armed man was on the campus.
A lockdown affecting at least four San Gabriel Valley hospitals was lifted Monday afternoon following an reported threat.
The campus at California State University, Long Beach was briefly locked down after two students on their way to class mistook a cellphone for a weapon.
Officials Monday were searching for a suspect in a drive-by shooting that injured a man near a school in La Puente.
Police Friday revised the number of fatalities following a deadly shooting rampage in Santa Monica to five people, including the suspected gunman.
Belmont High School near downtown Los Angeles was placed on lockdown Wednesday afternoon after a middle school student suffered a puncture wound in his back.
A private San Fernando Valley high school was placed on lockdown Tuesday due to a report of a person with a gun near campus that turned out to be a student with a boom microphone.