Adolfo Flores

Writer

Adolfo Flores no longer works for the Los Angeles Times. He previously covered Orange County for the Metro section. Flores had reported for the Pasadena Sun and Pasadena Star-News, where he was a city hall and public safety reporter. He was awarded a fellowship by the Metlife Foundation in Aging Fellows Program in 2010 and a second-place Los Angeles Press Club award for news feature in 2013. A Los Angeles native, Flores graduated from Cal State Northridge and is a fluent Spanish writer and speaker.

Recent Articles

  • Suspect in Pasadena couple's stabbing deaths charged with murder

    Suspect in Pasadena couple's stabbing deaths charged with murder

    A 29-year-old man suspected of stabbing to death a Pasadena culinary school instructor and his wife inside their apartment was charged Wednesday with two counts of capital murder. The charges against Jacob Bersson come with a special circumstance allegation of multiple murders in the deaths of...

  • Man fatally shot in Arlington Heights

    Man fatally shot in Arlington Heights

    A 20-year-old man was fatally shot in Arlington Heights on Tuesday night, police said. The man was shot about 8:50 p.m. near the intersection of West 21st Street and Eighth Avenue, said LAPD Officer Jane Kim. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The shooter is described as a man between 18 and...

  • 60 Freeway reopened after man with knife taken into custody

    60 Freeway reopened after man with knife taken into custody

    The 60 Freeway in Ontario was expected to open soon after authorities took a man with a knife into custody Tuesday night. The highway was closed at Euclid Avenue in both directions for hours while police tried to talk a man wielding a knife into safely coming down from the overpass, officials said....

  • Downey Unified School District settles transgender discrimination claim

    A California school district settled a claim Tuesday with the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights that alleged officials discriminated against a transgender elementary school student. The Downey Unified School District agreed, among other things, to give the student access to...

  • Police seek man in video in burglaries of 3 Westside homes

    Police seek man in video in burglaries of 3 Westside homes

    Los Angeles authorities are seeking help identifying a man captured on surveillance video who is believed to have burglarized at least three West L.A. homes that were for sale. The first alleged burglary occurred in Brentwood on Sept. 7 about 3 p.m. in the 12000 block of Promontory Road, LAPD Officer...

  • Placentia man stabbed in driveway after argument

    Placentia man stabbed in driveway after argument

    Placentia authorities arrested a 19-year-old transient Tuesday on charges that he stabbed the father of an underage girl with whom he had or wanted to have a relationship. Erick Nolasco was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, Placentia Lt. Eric Point said. Nolasco went to the...

  • Suspect in Pasadena double-killing was victim's cousin, police say

    Suspect in Pasadena double-killing was victim's cousin, police say

    The man accused of stabbing a Pasadena culinary school instructor and his wife to death in their apartment early Monday has been identified by police as Jacob Mallory Bersson, 29, a cousin of the slain husband. Bersson was found bloodied about a block away from where he allegedly fatally stabbed...

  • Person stabbed, beat pit bull mix in self-defense, L.A. police say

    Person stabbed, beat pit bull mix in self-defense, L.A. police say

    Spartacus, the pit bull mix found stabbed and beaten with a shovel in South L.A., was injured in an act of self-defense by a neighbor, authorities said they now believe. The dog was slashed with a knife and struck with a shovel by a neighbor near 10th Street and Forest Avenue early Saturday morning,...

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