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Rave at L.A. Sports Arena results in 80 arrests and numerous medical calls

LA Times blog

A rave held at the Los Angeles Sports Arena has resulted in the arrests of 80 people and numerous medical calls, according to city police and fire officials.

Cuts hover over police

San Bernardino Sun

Rialto police Sgt. Richard Royce says an uncomfortable subject has been popping up a lot lately during police union conferences: Outsourcing.

Survey of area chiefs' salaries shows that top cops are garnering big pay

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

A survey of local police chiefs' salaries shows they earn a rough average of $170,000 annually.

Police seize 20,000 pairs of fake designer jeans

KTLA

The merchandise has a street value of $1.5 million.

Stopping crime before it starts

LA Times

The future of crime fighting begins with a story about strawberry Pop-Tarts, bad weather and Wal-Mart.

Police: Robbery suspect who posed as cop arrested

Associated Press

Police in Los Angeles say they have arrested a man suspected of robbing five people after flashing a badge and claiming to be a plainclothes cop.

Hollywood-style get-well greeting for an L.A. cop in Afghanistan

LA Times

A fellow police officer and his musician friend make a music video, complete with footage shot from an LAPD helicopter, for the Marine reservist injured by a bomb blast.

Those who give booze to youths now can be sued

San Francisco Chronicle

Party hosts now face the threat of a civil lawsuit if they provide alcoholic beverages to people under the age of 21.

Immigrants face obstacles when they are victims of crime

Oakland Tribune

Some immigrants wrestling with the city's serious crime problem face a question foreign to many residents born and raised here: Am I in greater danger from criminals, or from what could happen if I talk to the police?

Torrance will require some new hires to pay retirement contributions

Torrance Daily Breeze

Reversing an almost 20-year-old policy, the city of Torrance will require some new hires to pay their own retirement contributions.

California state workers face furlough schedules starting Friday

Sacramento Bee

State workers endured the latest tortuous turn in an off-again-on-again furlough saga that has left roughly 144,000 of them uncertain from week to week of their work schedules.

LAPD seeks leads in Pacific Palisades sex offender case

LA Times

Los Angeles police said they are looking for women who may have been victims of a convicted sex offender who lives in Pacific Palisades and is now facing additional charges.

Police: LA theft ring fenced shoplifted products

Associated Press

Los Angeles police say two people have been arrested in connection with a large commercial theft ring that stole more than $6 million in baby formula and personal care products from retailers in the last several months.

Police revisit LA building where fetuses found

Associated Press

Police have conducted a second search of an old Los Angeles apartment building basement where the remains of two human fetuses wrapped in 1930s newspapers were found in an abandoned steamer trunk, a property manager said Thursday.

Ted Lieu and Paul Weber: Computers can't replace human judgments here

LA Daily News

THE California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation has quietly embarked on a new and dangerous paradigm shift that replaces human judgment with a computer program.

LA City Council OKs plan to lease garages

LA Daily News

PARKING: Money to keep Los Angeles from worker layoffs, more furloughs.

Killings of homeless rise to highest level in a decade

NY Times

Killings of homeless people have risen to their highest level in a decade, with 43 people killed last year and many more injured in often brutal attacks that are raising concerns among law enforcement officials, rights advocates and politicians, according to new data due to be released this week.

Pension fraud by New Jersey is cited by S.E.C.

NY Times

Federal regulators accused the State of New Jersey of securities fraud on Wednesday for claiming it had been properly funding public workers’ pensions when it was not.

California pension reform effort loses support

LA Times

The bill's sponsor, state Controller John Chiang, and others say it has become so watered down that it would do little to prevent public employees from spiking their end-of-career paycheck.

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