Los Angeles Police Department
A person found dead in an apartment fire in the 14000 block of Saticoy Street in Van Nuys early Saturday morning may have been stabbed before the blaze occurred, Los Angeles police said.
Members of the group “Black Lives Matter” met with Los Angeles County’s district attorney Friday to seek prosecution of two police officers who shot and killed Ezell Ford in August.
With seven break-ins in their neighborhood over the past month, the owners of homes undergoing renovation may be leaving themselves vulnerable to crooks who see a construction site as a welcome mat for crime.
Friends of a real estate mogul and philanthropist shot Friday night while sitting in a Rolls Royce in Hollywood parking lot are perplexed over the incident.
A woman who witnesses saw being dragged out of a business and forced into a sport-utility vehicle has been found safe, police said.
The Los Angeles Police Commission will discuss rules for officers using body-worn cameras at meetings in South Los Angeles and Canoga Park this week.
After spending 33 years with the Los Angeles Police Department, most in the homicide division in South L.A., Sal LaBarbera is retiring.
One person was killed when a car operated by a suspected drunken driver struck at least three parked vehicles early Sunday morning, police said.
A state court determined Friday that a Los Angeles Police Department policy that makes it easier for unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded after police stops is lawful and can remain in place.
The Los Angeles Police Commission wants to know – how should police officers use a body camera?
A parent of the 3-year-old girl who was left with her car seat at The Grove shopping center Saturday night was located Sunday, according to police.
Some Silver Lake residents are fed up with vandalism in their neighborhood, where dozens of car owners have had their tires slashed in recent months, and demanded that the city do something to make the area safer.
With Mayor Eric Garcetti’s announcement on Tuesday that Los Angeles Police Department officers would start wearing body cameras in 2015 comes questions on how the video would be used.
Police called to the scene of a motor vehicle burglary returned fire when a suspect shot at them Sunday morning near Wilton Place and Melrose Avenue, authorities said.
A man who says Los Angeles police officers beat and kicked him unconscious has filed a lawsuit alleging civil rights violations.