William Carey, the retired Los Angeles County sheriff’s captain whose job was to root out misconduct, has agreed to plea guilty in a sweeping corruption case.
Former Los Angeles County Undersheriff Paul Tanaka and retired Sheriff’s Captain William Thomas Carey were in custody on federal corruption charges Thursday.
Voters again chose Long Beach police Chief Jim McDonnell to serve as Los Angeles County’s next sheriff in Tuesday’s runoff election against retired Undersheriff and Gardena Mayor Paul Tanaka.
Interim Los Angeles County Sheriff John Scott threw his support behind Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell to take over as sheriff.
Tanaka testified Friday as a defense witness in a case involving six deputies accused of conspiracy and obstruction of justice.
The L.A. County assistant sheriff has been demoted following his recent candidacy for sheriff.
The top two vote-getters in Tuesday’s primary election for Los Angeles County sheriff are preparing for a runoff in November.
Long Beach police Chief Jim McDonnell has taken an early lead in the Los Angeles County sheriff’s race.
As the California Primary elections quickly approach, the race for the next Los Angeles County Sheriff heats up.
A Los Angeles County sheriff’s candidate who is the subject of an ongoing federal grand jury investigation into charges of brutality and corruption at L.A. County jails is explaining why deputies under his command tried to hide an inmate from the FBI.
The fallout from the revelation that one of the leading candidates is the subject of a federal investigation was very much in evidence at a candidate forum in Porter Ranch Tuesday night.
Paul Tanaka, a major candidate for Los Angeles County Sheriff, was under fire Tuesday.
LAKEWOOD (CBSLA.com) — Lakewood Vice Mayor and Los Angeles County Asst. Sheriff Todd Rodgers, who announced his bid to replace Sheriff Lee Baca earlier this year, is enlisting the stars of a popular TV show […]
Six of the seven candidates for Los Angeles County sheriff sparred Wednesday night in the first public debate of the campaign.
L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca denies authorizing the program “Friends of the Sheriff”, which critics say accommodated those with connections.