“PAROLEE AT LARGE – SEX OFFENDER MAY BE IN YOUR AREA. VISIT THE ATTACHED LINK FOR MORE DETAILS AND A PHOTO” from Arcadia Police Department

September 8, 2011

http://local.nixle.com/alert/4729698/

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Officials defend response in Red Line stabbing – latimes.com

August 23, 2011

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/08/stabbing-red-line-subway-1.html

Sounds to me like the LASD has nothing to defend….. This is the first fatal incident since 1993…. These Deputies were 10-97/on scene four minutes after the train stopped…. The Detectives that are handling this case are working on identifying the outstanding suspect from a surveillance tape…..

As a citizen of Los Angeles County, hearing about this sort of response to this type of an incident fills me with pride. Its an obvious display of dedication, committment, and professionalism.

The LASD is getting kind of a bad rap right now. They’re being accused of racial bias out in the Landcaster. Ive read a few of the articles written about whats going on. It reminds me of cases and complaints past.

This is the best, most ironic thing: I also read an article recently  about the Lancaster Burglary Team that is being commended for making a huge seizure of pot and arrests based on Deputies literally smelling the weed!

Ya know, Ive known a few Deputies and worked with a few Deputies in my time…. I feel safe at night because of them and their caliber!


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.


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August 3, 2011


Stupid Criminals: Tattoo You

July 27, 2011

Rivera Kills? Really? Did you just place a statement that you're a killer on your body in permanent tattoo? Way to go genius!


Stupid Criminals: Tattoo You

We’ve all heard of cases where a suspect or a corpse was identified by his distinctive tattoo. And other criminals have been done in by maps and “To Do” lists recovered by the police. You know, the dude had a hand-drawn map to the victim’s home, maybe even a sketch of the interior, and a list that reminded him of everything he had to do to do the deed. Things like: gloves, mask, duct tape, gun, and, oh yeah, top off the gas tank in case a chase ensues.

One Anthony Garcia can top all of that. He supposedly belongs to the Rivera-13 gang in Pico Rivera, CA. He allegedly shot and killed 23-year-old John Juarez in a liquor store 4 years ago. He got away with it. Almost.

LA County Sheriff’s Department homicide investigator Kevin Lloyd was flipping through a collect of gang member tattoos when he stumbled on Garcia’s image. Imagine his shock when he saw that Garcia had a detailed tattoo of the crime scene splashed across his chest under the banner “Rivera Kills.”

It’ll be interesting to see how they use this is court but one thing I know for sure—if you put this in a book, no one would believe it.


Jail violence: Sheriff Lee Baca can be sued for violence in jails, court rules – latimes.com

July 27, 2011

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-baca-lawsuit-20110726,0,4766842.story  Shared via Dolphin Browser


“*Updated* Suspect is shot and wounded taking officer’s gun,1:30PM, Los Angeles ” from LASD – HQ Newsroom (SHB), Los Angeles County Sheriff : Nixle

July 22, 2011

http://local.nixle.com/alert/4713403/