LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Flags at the California State Capitol will fly at half-staff in honor of Los Angeles Police Department Senior Detention Officer Erica McAdoo who died on Friday from coronavirus complications.
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday issued a statement saying he and his wife Jennifer Newsom are keeping McAdoo’s loved ones and colleagues in their thoughts.READ MORE: Protesters March Down Hollywood Boulevard Saturday, Demanding Justice For The Police Killings Of Duante Wright and Adam Toledo
The 39-year-old officer was assigned to the Custody Services Division of the Los Angeles Police Department. She is survived by her mother, Donna Royston.READ MORE: Police On The Scene Of A Deadly Shooting Saturday In Inglewood
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Los Angeles County health officials reported 1,584 new coronavirus cases and 48 additional deaths on Monday. To date, there is a countywide total of 116,570 cases and 3,534 deaths.