As we reported Thursday, Too $hort was popped in Hollywood on Wednesday for suspected DUI, running from police and possession of narcotics.
LAPD claims that he dumped his drugs in the backseat of the cruiser, and an officer told TMZ that the substance was most likely meth. However, other sources say it was Ecstasy laced with meth. Read More
BIG BEAR LAKE, Calif. (AP) — The manhunt for a former Los Angeles police officer suspected of going on a killing spree converged Tuesday on a mountain cabin where authorities believe he barricaded himself inside, engaged in a shootout that killed a deputy and then never emerged as the home went up in flames.
A single gunshot was heard from within. San Bernardino County sheriff's spokeswoman Jodi Miller said Tuesday night that a charred body was found inside the burned-out cabin. Read More
After current fugitive and suspected cop killer Christopher Dorner name-checked Charlie Sheen in his “manifesto” (along with dozens of other celebrities) — calling him “effin awesome” — Sheen has sent out a plea for the disturbed man to contact him and talk things out.
TMZ reported that the actor recorded a message Saturday saying, “Thank you for your kind words. I am urging you to call me. Let’s figure out together how to end this thing.” Read More
The Los Angeles Police Department interrogated artist Alex Schaefer, 41, twice after a passer-by phoned in a tip that he was outside a Chase Bank, painting a picture of it on fire. Schaefer told the officers he wasn’t a terrorist and said his painting was “a visual metaphor for the havoc banking practices caused.” Then several days later, two plainclothes detectives came to his house and asked, “Do you hate banks? Do you plan to burn any?” Read More
The beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow was transfered by the Los Angeles Police Department to a unit that handles high-profile cases. Read More
Key descriptive details such as a teardrop tattoo were never entered into a computer database that might have helped identify a high-risk parolee who is now the main suspect in the beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow. Read More
The family of Giants fan Bryan Stow said Monday they were deeply gratified by news of an arrest Sunday in connection with the assault outside Dodger Stadium that left Stow in critical condition. Read More
Los Angeles police have taken into custody a man who they believe is “the primary aggressor” in the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow.
Scroll down to see ongoing coverage of the Bryan Stow story and how the public and media outlets are responding to the breaking news. Read More
Doctors at San Francisco General Hospital said Wednesday that they’ve had a chance to do evaluations of comatose Giants fan Bryan Stow, and his condition remains critical. Read More
The Los Angeles Police Department announced an increased reward Tuesday for information leading to the capture of suspects who brutally attacked Giants fan Bryan Stow on the first game of the season at Dodger Stadium March 31.At an afternoon press conference, police told the public that the department has 17 detectives on the case and the reward is now $200,000, up from $150,000 after another contribution from the Dodgers. Read More