Mexican Drug Cartels Recruit Young Latinos In Southern California – The Huffington Post

December 31, 2011

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mobileweb/2011/12/28/youth-recruited-for-drug-cartels_n_1173117.html

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Girl killed after running onto Calif. freeway – Sacramento News – Local and Breaking Sacramento News | Sacramento Bee

December 27, 2011

Q: Where were her parents?

Q: Who was watching this girl to make sure sghe didnt run into traffic?

http://www.sacbee.com/2011/12/26/4146263/girl-killed-after-running-onto.html


Police arrest suspect in shooting of soldier at Southern Calif. homecoming party – The Washington Post

December 27, 2011

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/san-bernardino-police-search-for-suspect-in-shooting-of-soldier-at-homecoming-party/2011/12/26/gIQAOx2NJP_story.html


What is a Post Indictment Arraignment

August 27, 2011

PIA (Post Indictment Arraignment) Post Indictment Arraignment (“PIA”) is a hearing in which our Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys will accompany the defendant to court and schedule dates for motion hearings and jury trial. Typically, Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys will also have the defendant plead “not guilty” at this hearing. However, even though a defendant pleads “not guilty” does not necessarily mean that the case will go to trial. The vast majority of federal criminal cases resolve prior to jury trial.


Suspect in fatal LA subway stabbing arrested – San Jose Mercury News

August 24, 2011

http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_18747890?nclick_check=1

They Gott’em!!!!!

Thank You LASD!!!! Less than a week this poo butt was on the street. Job Well Done! !!!!!!

This is the typical work of the LASD that I am used to seeing….

www.clcpi.com


Lawsuit accuses Fullerton police of civil rights violations – CNN.com

August 20, 2011

http://www.cnn.com/2011/US/08/19/california.fullerton.lawsuit/


Los Angeles County Jail Inmates Engaging in New Phone Fraud Scam

August 19, 2011

Los Angeles County Jail Inmates Engaging in New Phone Fraud Scam

Posted: 18 Aug 2011 10:17 AM PDT

Beware – inmates who are incarcerated in the Los Angeles County jail are targeting random members of the public with a new phone fraud scam. Inmates are calling people and yelling “Emergency!” while a recorded warning plays that states the call is from an inmate so that the receiver of the call cannot hear the warning.

The inmate then states that he works at the jail and has information about a loved one that has been injured or arrested and tells the victim to call a sergeant for more information. This is where the “prank” call turns into fraud and ends up costing the victim. The inmate instructs the victim to dial *72 followed by a phone number, the number of which is usually to a girlfriend or a fellow gang member. *72 is actually a code that transfers a call to the phone number that follows it.

Inmates then make calls to that number without the victim’s knowledge at the expense of the victim. And because collect calls are so expensive, victim’s phone bills can total thousands of dollars before they even become aware of the issue.

Law enforcement urges anyone who appears to be a victim of this scam to hang up and call their local sheriff’s department.