Policeman not charged for shooting Keith Scott in NC protest

Protesters march through uptown Charlotte, North Carolina November 30, 2016, following the decision of the district attorney not to press criminal charges against police in the shooting of Keith Scott. REUTERS/Jason Miczek

By: Greg Lacour December 2,2016 Reuters   A police officer “acted lawfully” when he shot and killed an armed black man in Charlotte, North Carolina, in September and will not face criminal charges for his use of force, a district attorney said on Wednesday. Officer Brentley Vinson reasonably believed he and several other officers faced […]

California Deputy Executed


By: Tim StellohU.S. U.S. News November 13,2016   A California deputy was killed Sunday morning after being shot twice at point-blank range, and the suspect was in custody after a four-hour manhunt, authorities said. At a news briefing, Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson described the killing of Dennis Wallace, 53, as an “execution.”The suspect, identified […]

Federal Racketeering Indictment Targets Wilmington Street Gang


By: DEA Public Affairs November 9, 2016 Authorities have arrested 17 members and associates of the Wilmas street gang who are named in a federal racketeering indictment that alleges acts of murder, attempted murder, narcotics trafficking, robbery and witness intimidation – as well as a series of armed attacks on law enforcement officers dating back […]

LAPD investigating Boyle Heights vandalism as possible hate crimes


By:Brittny Mejia November 4, 2016 The Los Angeles Police Department is treating three acts of vandalism in the last month targeting art galleries in Boyle Heights, including graffiti at one gallery that attacked “white art,” as possible hate crimes. The probe comes amid a debate in the predominantly Latino Eastside neighborhood over the growing art […]

NYPD Cop Daniel Pantaleo finally to be Charged in Eric Garner Death


By Carlos Miller PINAC NEWS October 29, 2016   More than two years after a New York City police detective was caught on video choking a man to death, the United States Department of Justice said it plans to charge the cop. At least according to the New York Post, which is quoting an anonymous […]

No Parole for Manson-family Murder


By Debbie L.Sklar mynewsLA.com October 29, 2016 The 70-year-old Watson has, for the 17th time, lost his bid to leave prison. Watson, Manson and the others were convicted of killing seven people in two days, including actress Sharon Tate who was married to actor/director Roman Polanski. A panel from California’s Board of Parole Hearings rejected […]

Bloody murder of USC Chinese student ‘for fun


Stephanie Michaud on October 13, 2016 City News Service  A “savage” teen woman was convicted Thursday of first-degree murder in the 2014 robbery killing “for fun, for kicks” of a USC graduate student from China who was attacked near the campus while walking to his apartment after a study session. The killer and her friends […]

LAPD detective investigating Derrick Rose case found dead of gunshot wound in home

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By Richard Winton and Hailey Branson-Potts | Los Angeles Times October 12, 2016 A Los Angeles Police Department detective who was investigating rape allegations against NBA star Derrick Rose died after being found with a gunshot wound in a Whittier home Tuesday afternoon, authorities said. The Los Angeles County Coroner’s department on Wednesday identified her […]

Former Port of L.A. police chief sentenced to 2 years in federal prison for tax evasion

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By Veronica Rocha | LATIMES.COM October 11, 2016 The former chief of police at the Port of Los Angeles was sentenced to two years in federal prison Tuesday for concealing over $1.1 million in income and making false statements to the FBI. Ronald Boyd, 58, of Torrance, was also ordered to serve three years’ supervised […]

Behind the Scenes with Projeck Bo in the Pueblo Del Rio housing projects

Streetgangs.com Staff Writer October 2, 2016 SOUTH LOS ANGELES – We visited the Pueblo Del Rio Housing projects and met up with Projeck Bo who was recently released from prison after serving 8 years. He provided us with a tour of the Pueblos, which is home to the Pueblo Bishop Bloods. We talked about Don […]

Visiting the Pueblo Del Rio Housing projects with Projeck Bo


Streetgangs.com Staff Writer September 21, 2016 SOUTH LOS ANGELES – Streetgangs.com visited the Pueblo Del Rio Housing projects in South Los Angeles on Wednesday to meet up with Projeck Bo who was born and raised in the housing projects. Bo was born and raised in the public housing projects and eventually became a member of […]

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