The woman’s 44-year-old son is being called a “person of interest” in her murder. Suraya Fadel reports
A man allegedly snatched a 6-year-old girl from her bed in the middle of the night and attempted to sexually assault her earlier this week. The incident happened early Monday at an apartment complex in the 5700 block of Reseda Boulevard near Miranda Street. Suraya Fadel reporting.
The grandparents of an 8-year-old boy allegedly tortured and beaten to death by his mother and her boyfriend have filed a legal claim against multiple agencies and employees they say failed to protect their grandson from abuse. Suraya Fadel reports
Santa Ana Police ID Suspect In Double Fatal Hit-And-Run. Two men were killed when a black Audi collided into a black Nissan just after 11 a.m. Friday at Cabrillo Park Drive and Fruit Street, across from the Matchpoint Tennis Academy at Cabrillo Park. Police have identified the suspect wanted for a deadly hit-and-run crash as a documented gang member on probation. Suraya Fadel reporting
Former American Airlines flight attended trainee has agreed to plead guilty to phoning in bomb threats against United Airlines. According to American Airlines, the trainee was fired once his name appeared on a government no-fly list. Suraya Fadel reporting.
A report says that the probation department failed to adequately monitor a suspect in the fatal stabbing of 23-year-old Christine Calderon in Hollywood two months ago. The report says the woman’s death was preventable. Suraya Fadel reports. Read more…
An Altadena couple remembered the life and sudden death of their teen son who collapsed in a Harvard-Westlake pool earlier this year. Darrell and Susan Carr said their 16-year-old son, Justin, was a standout at the prestigious Studio City school. He loved his parents, painting, performing, school activities, and architecture. Justin’s parents have also launched the Justin Carr Wants World Peace Foundation to teach people about the dangers of cardiomyopathy, and most importantly, to keep Justin’s memory alive. CBS2’s Suraya Fadel reports.
Southern California Gas Company is installing new high-tech communication devices that could soon render meter-readers obsolete. According to the company, customers will receive a notice 30 days before crews arrive. The changeover takes 15 minutes. Suraya Fadel reports.