Los Angeles Times

Scott Glover

Writer

Scott Glover no longer works for the Los Angeles Times. The veteran investigative reporter previously covered the LAPD and federal law enforcement and joined The Times in 1997. 

Recent Articles

  • Doctor convicted in prescription drug sting

    A Southern California pain-management doctor who was featured in a 2012 Times investigation of patient overdose deaths was convicted Thursday of illegally prescribing narcotics and other commonly abused drugs. Dr. John Dimowo was convicted of seven counts of illegally writing prescriptions for...

  • Amid Baltimore unrest, LAPD pledges swift but restrained action

    Amid Baltimore unrest, LAPD pledges swift but restrained action

    Hours after rioters took to the streets in Baltimore — throwing rocks, looting and setting police cars and businesses ablaze — LAPD commanders sent out a department-wide alert: All Los Angeles officers not working undercover assignments were ordered to show up for their shifts in uniform, a move...

  • Ezell Ford autopsy: Four experts give their verdicts

    Ezell Ford autopsy: Four experts give their verdicts

    The Times asked four use-of-force experts to review the autopsy of Ezell Ford, a mentally ill black man killed by police in South Los Angeles in August. The report showed Ford was shot three times — once in the right side, once in the right back and once in the right arm. The gunshot wound on his...

  • Irvine police say man posed as woman on Craigslist to lure teen boys

    Irvine police say man posed as woman on Craigslist to lure teen boys

    A Tustin man arrested for allegedly posting an ad on Craigslist in which he attempted to lure teenage boys by pretending to be a woman was released Saturday from jail, according to authorities. Sherwin Ngo, 34, posted bond a day after he was arrested by Irvine police, according to the Orange County...

  • Remains of missing Cal State Northridge student found in Palm Desert

    Remains of missing Cal State Northridge student found in Palm Desert

    Authorities have identified the remains of a Cal State Northridge student from Saudi Arabia who went missing from his San Fernando Valley home last month, LAPD officials said Friday. The remains of Abdullah Abdullatif Alkadi, 23, were found about 11:50 p.m. Thursday along Interstate 10 near the...

  • Robbery suspect killed during standoff with Anaheim police

    A suspected robber was fatally shot by police after holing up in a car and exchanging gunfire with Anaheim police officers, authorities said Friday evening.The man was one of two suspects in the armed robbery of a Fry’s Electronics store in Anaheim hours earlier, said Anaheim police Lt. Bob Dunn.After...

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