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Murder Suspect Slams into Big Rig Truck at End of CA Vehicle Pursuit

Footage from a news helicopter showed that the driver of the tractor-trailer appeared to intentionally block the suspect.

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California Workplace Killer Locked Gates to Keep Police Out

Officers arriving at the business complex of Unified Homes heard gunfire and could not get through the gates. They secured bolt cutters, went through the gates, and engaged the suspected shooter.

CA Officer Revives Toddler Exposed to Fentanyl

Concord police in a Facebook post Monday lauded the quick actions taken by Officer Aaron Khamosh, who a driver flagged down on Salvio Street Friday night frantically asking for help.

CHP Officer Struck and Seriously Injured on L.A. Freeway

She ran after the man to get him safely off the freeway, officials said. But before she could get to him, a vehicle traveling in the #1 lane of the eastbound freeway hit her.

CA Officers Rescue 17-Year-Old Human Trafficking Victim

The officers took her into protective custody and drove her to the police station, where she told detectives that over the past year she had been moved around Southern California and even taken to Nevada and Colorado, forced to work as a prostitute.

Citizen Comes to Aid of Critically Wounded CA Deputy

The deputy, assigned to the Hesperia station, was shot in an Aldi parking lot and was airlifted a nearby trauma center, according to the department. A citizen reportedly found him in the parking lot and called in the "officer down" to dispatch using the officer's radio.

CA Man Accused of Using Drone to Deliver Heroin

During the arrest, the suspect was found to be operating a drone, Simi Valley police said. The drone was recovered and suspected heroin was found attached to it.

California Teacher Sues His Union Over Its Calls to Defund Police

Just last year, United Teachers Los Angeles, a teachers union in the area, released a research paper on steps needed to safely reopen public schools and expressed the need to free up additional funding by defunding the police.

Kobe Bryant's Widow Releases Names of Deputies who She Says Took Photos of Crash Site

According to the court documents, the photos of the crash site were widely shared among law enforcement authorities who had no reason to possess them for any investigatory purpose. The litigation describes the circulation of graphic photos of the victims’ bodies as a form of “morbid gossip.”

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4 L.A. County Deputies May Be Identified in Lawsuit by Kobe Bryant's Widow

U.S. District Judge John F. Walter ruled against county attorneys who argued the deputies' names should remain under seal because releasing them would make their personal information, including addresses, accessible online and possibly make them targets for hackers.