LAPD Seeks Help Finding Stolen Tricycle Belonging To Teen With Special NeedsThe Los Angeles Police Department is hoping the public can help find a stolen tricycle that belongs to a teen with special needs.
Homeless Man Sues City, LAPD Over April 27 Altercation Caught On CameraAttorneys for a man who lives in a tent on an empty lot in Boyle Heights sued the city of Los Angeles and members of its police force Monday for allegedly using excessive force and spitting in his face during an altercation that was caught on camera.
LAPD Employee Attacked, Robbed While Running In Elysian ParkAccording to authorities, the employee was struck with a rock and robbed by 28-year-old Los Angeles resident Danny Ramirez at about 9:25 a.m.
LASD Reports 38 Employees, 13 Inmates Positive For CoronavirusThe department updated its coronavirus webpage Thursday morning with these numbers.
LAFD, LAPD Each Report Additional Case Of CoronavirusBoth the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Fire Department Thursday reported one employee each has tested positive for COVID-19.
Coronavirus: Los Angeles Sees 23 Percent Drop In Crime, LAPD Chief Michel Moore SaysLos Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said Monday that crime in the city had decreased by 23% this March compared to March 2019 as Angelenos followed the mayor's Safer at Home order to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
7 More LAPD Employees, 3 More LAFD Employees Test Positive For CoronavirusA release from the city said all of the individuals were quarantined at home and recovering.
LAPD Presents Former Tuskegee Airman With First Ever Heroes Among Us AwardLt. Col. Otis Cowley served in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War before retiring from the Air Force in 1970.
State DOJ To Review LAPD Records, Policies As Part Of Probe Into Alleged Gang FramingAttorney General Xavier Becerra said that, depending on how the situation continued to unfold, the state DOJ might take further steps including revoking the department's access to the database or issuing a letter of censure.
Former LAPD Officer Pleads Not Guilty In Revenge Porn CaseIf convicted of extorting and attacking his ex-girlfriend, former LAPD officer Danny Reedy faces up to six years in prison.
1 Person Critically Injured In Century City Shooting, Police Searching For Multiple SuspectsPolice were investigating a shooting at a restaurant at Century City Mall Monday night that left one person in critical condition.
LAPD Probe Into Alleged Gang Framing Expands, 20 Officers ReassignedChief Michel Moore said new information provided to the department led to the expansion. In total, he said 20 officers have been reassigned — 10 have been assigned to home duty, and have had their police powers suspended and the other 10 were taken off street patrol duties.
LAPD Officers On Leave After Allegedly Falsifying Field Reports, Wrongly Portraying People As Gang MembersCommunity members in South Los Angeles were outraged Monday after learning several officers with the Los Angeles Police Department who patrol their community were accused of falsifying field interview cards during stops and wrongly portraying people as gang members.
LAPD Says Man Missing Since November Encounter With CHP Has Been FoundA South Los Angeles man who had been missing for more than a month has been found and was reunited with his family Friday night.
LAPD To Test Non-Lethal Restraint Device That Some Are Comparing To Batman WeaponThe device is known as the BolaWrap 100, which fires a Kevlar cord that wraps around a person's torso and legs from up to 10 to 25 feet away.