Florida Gov. Rick Scott was looking for jobs in Los Angeles on Monday.
A nationwide crackdown on at-large criminal aliens and other “public safety threats” resulted in over 200 arrests in the Los Angeles area, federal investigators said Monday.
Federal authorities Wednesday arrested nine people and seized approximately $65 million in cash in a massive sweep of the Fashion District that targeted money laundering for Mexican drug cartels.
Federal law enforcement agents Thursday targeted an ambulance company in Atwater Village, but officials could not immediately reveal the reason for the raid, according to reports.
A Craigslist ad led investigators Thursday to a Santa Ana garage, where they seized up to $10,000 in illegal fireworks.
SWAT teams raided locations in five Southland counties as part of a multi-agency investigation into dozens of commercial burglaries, authorities said.
A Riverside County man was arrested on suspicion of dealing illegal weapons after state firearms agents seized more than 200 firearms, plastic explosives, a machine gun and other restricted weapons from his Eastvale home, authorities said Friday.
Authorities announced a major weapons bust in the Inland Empire Thursday.
One of the state Senate’s top Democrats said Friday that he has been subpoenaed by a federal grand jury, days after another senator’s Capitol offices were searched by the FBI.
The FBI started seeking information about the business and political dealings of state Sen. Ron Calderon and his brother Tom, a former state assemblyman, as long ago as 2005.
Los Angeles Police Department officers were perplexed by a life-size statue of a “Call of Duty” soldier during a raid at a video game studio.
Federal and local agents Tuesday morning raided the homes of Moreno Valley’s mayor and four city council members.
Federal authorities have searched the office of a doctor suspected of prescribing Vicodin and other painkillers to patients who had no medical need for them.
DEA agents raided three locations, filed notices of asset forfeiture, and sent out 67 letters to pot shop operators or property owners across the Southland.
A California printer supply manufacturer raided by federal authorities four years ago has agreed to plead guilty to employing illegal immigrants and pay $267,000 in fines.