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  • Officer Nicholas Lee eulogized as 'the quintessential LAPD officer'

    Officer Nicholas Lee eulogized as 'the quintessential LAPD officer'
    Of all the mourners who filled the 3,500-seat cathedral Thursday — including hundreds of police officers, a host of city officials, the governor — it was the people sitting in the front row at Officer Nicholas Lee's funeral who mattered the...
  • LAPD officer killed in crash to be laid to rest Thursday

    LAPD officer killed in crash to be laid to rest Thursday
    The longtime Los Angeles police officer killed last week in a Beverly Hills crash will be laid to rest Thursday following a public funeral service at a downtown cathedral.  The funeral for Officer Nicholas Lee, a nearly 16-year department veteran,...
  • LAPD mourns the loss of one of its own at downtown funeral

    LAPD mourns the loss of one of its own at downtown funeral
    Hundreds of Los Angeles police officers gathered at a downtown cathedral Thursday for an emotional farewell to Nicholas Lee, the veteran officer killed last week in a Beverly Hill crash. California Gov. Jerry Brown and Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris, along...
  • Suspect held in death of man whose head was found in Griffith Park

    Suspect held in death of man whose head was found in Griffith Park
    The head was discovered first, wrapped in a plastic 99 Cents Only Store bag along one of the hiking trails below the Hollywood sign. The right hand and feet were found a day later, this time in a Rite Aid bag buried in a 6-inch grave. The left hand...
  • LAPD officer injured in Beverly Hills crash released from hospital

    LAPD officer injured in Beverly Hills crash released from hospital
    A rookie LAPD officer badly injured in Beverly Hills on Friday when a large truck slammed into her police cruiser and killed her partner has been released from the hospital, a department spokeswoman said. The officer, originally listed in critical...
  • Man with chain saw arrested at Venice boardwalk; witnesses sought

    Man with chain saw arrested at Venice boardwalk; witnesses sought
    Los Angeles police said Wednesday they were looking for witnesses or potential victims who may have been threatened by a man walking down the Venice boardwalk this week carrying a chain saw. The man was arrested Monday afternoon near Speedway and Market...
  • Cash, gun and pot seized in L.A. marijuana dispensary raids

    Cash, gun and pot seized in L.A. marijuana dispensary raids
    Marijuana, cash and a handgun were seized in a DEA raid of several medical marijuana dispensaries in what authorities say is a case they are building against a Los Angeles man. Agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration and Los Angeles police...
  • DEA, LAPD raid marijuana dispensaries, Beverly Hills homes

    DEA, LAPD raid marijuana dispensaries, Beverly Hills homes
    Drug enforcement agents raided and shut down several marijuana dispensaries Tuesday, the first move in what authorities say is a case they are building against a Los Angeles man. About 11 a.m., agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration with the...
  • If drivers don't like cyclists, they're going to hate e-skateboarders

    If drivers don't like cyclists, they're going to hate e-skateboarders
    The Times editorial board has written a lot recently about the politics, policies and practicalities of bicyclists and automobiles sharing the road in Los Angeles. Apparently there’s some tension on the streets between motorists and cyclists.  ...
  • Man, 7-year-old daughter carjacked at gunpoint outside Pacoima library

    Man, 7-year-old daughter carjacked at gunpoint outside Pacoima library
    Police are searching for a carjacker who ordered a man and his 7-year-old daughter into their truck at gunpoint outside a library in Pacoima on Monday, and then forced them to withdraw cash from an ATM before ditching them at a freeway interchange....
  • Letters: It's called nepotism

    Re "Two L.A. fire commanders reassigned," March 1 City Councilman Paul Koretz's statement that he wasn't troubled by the fact that 24% of recent new candidates at the city's Fire Department had relatives in the officer corps could get the city sued, and...