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PCP (INACTIVE)

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  • Cliff Robertson dies at 88; actor starred in films and on stage and TV

    Cliff Robertson dies at 88; actor starred in films and on stage and TV
    Cliff Robertson, who starred as John F. Kennedy in a 1963 World War II drama and later won an Academy Award for his portrayal of a mentally disabled bakery janitor in the movie "Charly," died Saturday, one day after his 88th birthday. Robertson, who also...
  • LAPD officer justified in shooting naked man, commission rules

     
    A Los Angeles police officer was justified in fatally shooting a naked combative man, the Los Angeles Police Commission has ruled. The unanimous decision by the civilian board, which judges whether serious uses of force by officers are reasonable, closes....
  • Jazz review: Guitarist Timothy Young at Little Temple

     
    Greg Burk reviews Timothy Young, the Youngs, Nate Wood Band at Little Temple in a jazz "pre-release party." For the Los Angeles Times....
  • Highly organized drug ring relied on 8-year-old as a lookout

     
    Young lookout for drug ring: A major New York drug ring, which police said they destroyed, relied upon an 8-year-old boy as a lookout, part of a highly regimented operating system that even officials said was impressive....
  • $100 million in PCP seized in Los Angeles and Culver City

     
    Nearly $100 million worth of PCP was seized in Los Angeles and Culver City and two suspects were arrested this week in what authorities described as a major bust of a drug-trafficking organization with operations throughout the country. The suspects,........
  • Chosen Few motorcycle gang is targeted in crackdown

     
    The criminal activity of a notorious and violent motorcycle gang has been “significantly curtailed” thanks to a year-long multi-agency initiative, authorities said Thursday. Several leaders and members of the so-called Chosen Few Motorcycle...
  • South L.A. gang leader gets life in prison for drug trafficking

     
    A federal judge Friday sentenced a South Los Angeles gang leader to life in prison without parole, capping a years-long investigation into a large drug-trafficking operation run out of Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties. Alphonso Eugene Foster, 41,...
  • ‘Nurse Jackie’ recap: Saints, not Angels

     
    “She’s a Saint. Not an Angel.” ‘Nurse Jackie’ does a great job of having random lines of dialogue that sum up the entire series. A few weeks ago, I noticed how “It works if you work it” was not just......
  • UCLA neuroscientist receives threatening package apparently sent by militant animal-rights group

     
    UCLA neuroscientist J. David Jentsch received a package containing razor blades and a threatening note this month, the university confirmed Tuesday. According to a statement from UCLA, both university police and the FBI are investigating the incident,...
  • A Surprise in the Ring

    A Surprise in the Ring
    Do girls box? she asked, turning to her father one evening. Is it OK for girls to box? Well, yeah, mija, they do, he answered. Sure, it's OK for girls to box. They were sitting on the bed in his cramped apartment, faces lit by a flickering TV, eating...