Blog Posts in January, 2012

  • 25-Jan-2012

    Man Assaults Homeless Man with a Tire Iron

    On January 16, 2012, a man was arrested on charges of aggravated assault that took place back in June of last year. The man was driving on Vermont Avenue when he exited his car to confront a homeless man whom he thought exposed a sexually-explicit ...
  • 20-Jan-2012

    Two Suspects in Custody for the Murder of El Camino Real Student

    El Camino Real students and faculty alike were shocked to hear that a student, initials F.R., was killed in a shooting that occurred last Wednesday, January 11, in front of his Winnetka, Los Angeles home. So far two suspects, both with extensive ...
  • 13-Jan-2012

    LAPD Sergeant Arrested January 13 for Alleged Fraud

    On Friday, January 13, a sergeant of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) was arrested based on allegations of fraud. The 24-year veteran of the police force was booked after suspicion arose based on what police reports deemed "inconsistent ...
  • 5-Jan-2012

    What is Circumstantial Evidence?

    When a prosecutor is attempting to prove a case, they will need to gather evidence so that they will be able to mount the strongest offense possible. When attempting to build this case, they will use two different types of evidence – what is ...

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