Federal prosecutors on Monday said they will retry the case against Stephen Beal, who is accused of delivering a bomb to his ex-girlfriend in Orange County.
Miguel Vargas was convicted in 2011 of assault on a peace officer based on the testimony of LBPD Officer Dedier Reyes, who has since been charged with perjury and filing a false police report in an unrelated arrest.
Experts and a source within the District Attorney’s office said officials may be wary of prosecuting cases connected to online vigilante groups due to a myriad of legal concerns.
The fallout from an LBPD officer being charged with lying on a police report has spread to a new case where his credibility is now in question.
A Riverside County man who crashed an SUV into a security station last year at Long Beach’s Century Villages at Cabrillo housing community, killing a guard, was sentenced today to two years in state prison after apologizing to the victim’s family.
Long Beach police are still on the lookout for a man who stabbed the owner of a liquor store near Downtown over the weekend. But in the meantime, the local community has rallied in support of the victim.
Romeo Chocolates, a small business that specializes micro-batch chocolates on Pine Avenue, was burglarized Monday.
A customer shot and killed an employee at a bar called the Crow’s Nest in the Westside neighborhood late Sunday, police said.
aymond Sean Clark, now 47, is facing 25 years to life in state prison in connection with his plea to one count each of first-degree murder and arson causing great bodily injury, according to Ricardo Santiago with the LosAngeles County District Attorney’s Office.
Detectives are working to determine if the men are connected to a string of burglaries in the affluent neighborhood that stretch back to at least June of this year.