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A Day Without…

So this week we witnessed another statement of sorts in the “day without women” event. A while back it was a day without immigrants. Certain segments of American society are

California Los Angeles Sacramento

Another Cop-Killer Granted Parole

SACRAMENTO – Ryan Williams was a 6-year-old boy on October 31, 1985 when his father, Detective Thomas C. Williams, picked him up from daycare. The elder Williams called out to

Sacramento San Diego

Will 1978 Cop Killer Get Paroled?

SACRAMENTO – Archie Buggs was a Vietnam veteran, a family man and one of the few black patrol officers on the San Diego Police force in 1978 when, on November


Border Patrol Bags Two Bundles of Pot

EL CENTRO – The effort to prevent illegal drugs from being smuggled across the border and into our country never ends. This week, a recent success story involves U.S. Border


Snagged at the Border with $369K of Cocaine

CALEXICO – Authorities must remain constantly vigilant along the U.S./Mexico border for various infractions of the law.  Among such infractions are the numerous attempts to smuggle drugs into America. Tuesday


Tico Finds Meth on Pico Avenue

EL CENTRO – A routine traffic stop on Pico avenue in El Centro turned into a not-so-routine drug bust, with the assistance of K-9 officer Tico. Police observed and stopped

Los Angeles

Released in the AM, Arrested Again in the PM

COVINA – 19-year-old Louis Vasquez had just been released from jail on Saturday morning, serving time for a felony offense.  Before the night was over, he was back in jail

Los Angeles

South LA Sheriffs Fight Human Trafficking

Los Angeles – After receiving numerous complaints concerning unlawful activity going on near the corner of Imperial Avenue and Vermont Avenue, the South LA Station of the sheriff’s department conducted


Have You Seen This Bank Robber?

SANTA ANA – Although he wore a beanie and sunglasses, a bank robber in Santa Ana had no qualms about having his mug captured on camera while doing his nefarious

Los Angeles

Can You Steal Me Now?

SANTA CLARITA – Although one of the two incidents reported by the Santa Clarita Valley Station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department occurred over a month ago, they believe