SWAT officers Monday arrested an armed suspect who barricaded himself inside a Pasadena apartment complex.
A judge said Thursday an independent report on the fatal officer-involved shooting of 19-year-old Kendrec McDade should be made public – at least in part.
Kendrec was her first born.
Pasadena police Saturday continued to search for a 73-year-old man with dementia who went missing after walking away from his care facility.
A Pasadena man who reportedly burned a woman with chemicals until she was unconscious and then sexually assaulted her was charged on Wednesday with torture, mayhem, and multiple sex-related crimes.
The Pasadena police chief has ordered an independent audit of cases handled by the department’s detective bureau after a judge overseeing a murder trial criticized the conduct of two homicide officers.
Two Pasadena Police choppers are damaged and six people reportedly injured when the two craft collided Saturday in Altadena.
Two Pasadena schools were evacuated Wednesday after an anonymous caller phoned in a bomb threat.
A man accused of falsely reporting to police that he had been robbed at gunpoint, which prompted a deadly officer-involved shooting, will not be charged with involuntary manslaughter, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
Police in South Pasadena are on the hunt for the thief — or thieves — who stole a dead man’s car, wallet, laptop and dog.
Kendrec McDade’s autopsy was released Friday and it revealed he was shot seven times with three of the bullets causing fatal injuries.
Family members Saturday are expected to bury Kendrec McDade, the 19-year-old who was killed in an officer-involved shooting.
Pasadena’s police chief is inviting the FBI to probe the death of a college student who was shot and killed by officers last month.
Oscar Carrillo-Gonzalez is saying that, even though he lied to Pasadena police, he’s not responsible for the death of 19-year-old Kendrec McDade.
Pasadena Prosecutors Decline To File Involuntary Manslaughter Charge Against 911 Caller In Deadly Police Shooting
Los Angeles County prosecutors declined to file an involuntary manslaughter charge Monday against a man accused of lying to a 911 dispatcher about being robbed by two armed men, one of whom was later fatally
shot by Pasadena police.