The Metro Red Line in downtown Los Angeles was shut down for a few hours Friday morning after a suspicious package was reportedly found.
KCAL9’s Kevin Takumi reports Hollywood Boulevard was shut down in both directions between La Brea and Sycamore due to police activity.
A “suspicious package” discovered at Los Angeles International Airport Tuesday afternoon has been deemed safe.
A LAPD spokesperson told CBS2/KCAL9 the bag was found in front of the building, located in the 5400 block of Lindley Avenue, at approximately 9:10 a.m. Sunday. Investigators determined the bag did not contain explosives.
The bomb squad was sent Wednesday to Los Angeles International Airport after a suspicious package was discovered on the tarmac.
Police Thursday investigated a suspicious package found in or outside of a post office near the USC campus.
A suspicious package, later identified to be an empty briefcase, in West Los Angeles prompted a large police presence on Friday evening.
An unattended backpack Wednesday prompted the evacuation of Metro Red Line’s Hollywood and Western station.
An Orange County bomb squad is responding to a report of a suspicious package in Fullerton.
Someone called in a suspicious package in the 7000 block of Hollywood Boulevard, near the corner of Orange Street, at approximately 4 p.m.
Authorities said a suspicious package was left in or near the lobby of the LAPD’s Northeast Division in Glassell Park.
A portion of the Tom Bradley International Terminal at the Los Angeles International Airport was evacuated Wednesday after a suspicious package was found.
Police Thursday were responding to a report of a suspicious package in Sun Valley.
Police Thursday were investigating a suspicious package in Hollywood.
A suspicious package was found near the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, authorities said Monday.