Robert Stewart, One Of LAPD's First Black Officers, Ceremoniously Reinstated; Department Had Refused To Rehire Him After Acquittal For AssaultRobert Stewart joined the LAPD in 1889 and served honorably, but lost his job in 1900 after being charged, tried, then acquitted of assaulting a 15-year-old girl. But even though he was ultimately found not guilty, the LAPD refused to rehire him.
LAPD Launches 'Alternatives To Dispatch' Program To Respond To Mental Health CallsThe LAPD responds to thousands of mental health calls every year, but advocates say many don’t need an armed response, they need a mental health professional.
Woman Allegedly Offered To Inject Undercover LAPD Officers With Counterfeit Botox, JuvadermPolice say Espinoza was arrested on Jan. 23 after offering to administer the bogus Botox to undercover officers at a hotel room, where she had set up a mobile makeshift medical office.
LAPD Launches Probe Into Post Depicting George Floyd With 'You Take My Breath Away' CaptionThe Los Angeles Police Department has launched an internal investigation after complaints of a shocking online post depicting George Floyd was allegedly being shared by officers.
OC DA: LAPD Officer Charged With Stealing Car From Dealership Drove It For More Than A YearMatthew Calleros, 45, of Whittier, pleaded not guilty Monday to three felony counts in connection with the car theft and three misdemeanors of unauthorized disclosure of DMV records.
'Grieving All Over Again': Cremated Ashes Of LAPD Detective, Army Veteran Stolen During BurglaryA wooden box containing the cremated ashes of a family's loved one was stolen during a burglary and now the family is hoping the thief will come forward and return it.
Police Searching For Man On Suspicion Of Abducting His 3-Year-Old DaughterA 3-year-old Los Angeles girl with a medical condition remained missing on Monday, and police suspect her biological father may be responsible.
'Never Too Late To Do The Right Thing': Senior Returns Handcuffs He Stole From LAPD Officer 60 Years AgoThe man wrote that was Bob’s Big Boy on Sherman Way when an altercation between an LAPD officer and “a young ruffian” sent the officer’s handcuffs spinning toward his feet, so he picked up the cuffs and kept them.
8 LAPD Employees Die From COVID-19The Los Angeles Police Department reported eight employee deaths due to COVID-19 Thursday.
Week-Long Operation Leads To 145 Arrests In LA CountyAuthorities Thursday announced that 145 arrests were made in Los Angeles County during a recent statewide operation investigating human trafficking.
LAPD Response To George Floyd Protests To Be ReviewedThe National Police Foundation is looking for public input assessing the Los Angeles Police Department's response to the large demonstrations that followed last year's death of George Floyd.
LAPD Seeing Fewer New COVID-19 Cases Within DepartmentChief Michel Moore said Tuesday that the Los Angeles Police Department is seeing fewer new COVID-19 cases within the department.
Man Shot In Back In Vermont Square, Shooter At Large A man was shot in the back in the Vermont Square area of Los Angeles. The shooter is still at large.
LAPD Searching For Shooter Who Killed Food Delivery Driver In Cypress ParkRoderick Thomas, 54, was found suffering from a gunshot wound to his neck at about 10:50 p.m. on Dec. 15, 2020. He had just dropped off a delivery in the 14000 block of Randall Court and was driving back down the hill when he was shot, according to the LAPD.
Sixth LAPD Employee Dies Of COVID-19Nearly 2,500 LAPD employees have been infected with the coronavirus since the pandemic began, and 700 are still recovering.