A previous judge in the case said she likely would’ve imposed three years in prison, but the pastor reached an agreement with prosecutors for a lesser sentence.
Immunocompromised residents, “who may be at high risk for severe disease,” are now eligible for a monkeypox vaccine, Long Beach officials said last night.
Dana Tanner had asked a judge to force the city to return her health permit so she could reopen Restauration, but she says she’s moved on.
Officer Anthony Brown shared child pornography online while he was on duty. His attorneys argued for leniency, saying it was a “classic example of a good person doing a bad thing.”
Missteps during the LBPD’s investigation have complicated the case against an officer who traded images online of kids being sexually abused.
The liquor store owner also admitted she conspired with her daughter to open a new location after state regulators pulled her previous license for criminal behavior.
Carlo Adrian Navarro, who was 20 at the time of the crash, could be sentenced to a maximum of 45 years to life in prison.
The horrors of the crash and the fact that 20-year-old Carlo Navarro was behind the wheel were never in dispute at trial. His mindset is the key question for jurors.
A former student’s lawsuit says a computer teacher at Hughes Middle School groped her and groomed other students. He says details of his time at the campus should be kept private.
Trial began Thursday for Carlo Navarro, the underage driver accused of crashing into 3-year-old Omar Awaida and his parents while they walked home from trick-or-treating in 2019.