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News truck was broken into sometime between Sunday and Monday. Burbank PD was on scene within moments of my call....they even sent a CSI unit to dust for prints. Thankfully, no one was hurt and nothing was taken. But, boy am I pissed!!!!
Investigators have asked for help to find a man charged with murder who was accidentally released from jail last month because of a clerical error.
Johnny Mata, 32, was released from the downtown Inmate Reception Center on April 4, said Capt. Chuck Antuna, who heads the center.
Mata was in custody for a case that was dismissed when prosecutors filed a new murder charge for his role in an alleged 2010 gang shooting in
Authorities realized the mistake the next day.
The department announced Mata's release Friday after being unable to find him the past month.
``We are concerned and we are looking for the public's assistance in locating Mr. Mata,'' Antuna said. ``We consider him a danger to the community.''
Antuna says that since 2012, the department, which processes more than 150,000 inmate releases a year, has had seven similar errors. All those mistakenly released inmates were found.
No, not that Birdman... This one.
Listen to the feature I did for KFI News here.
Psy, Korean pop sensation turned record-breaking YouTube video star, announces a talent search for a personal chef for his world tour.
The selected chef will travel the world with Psy for one month, receive $40,000, and live like a rock star with 5-star accommodations and transportation.
In partnership with Psy’s favorite Korean restaurant and food brand, bibigo™, Psy announced the chef talent search in true Psy-style—via YouTube video.
A recent study suggested that men in the
A new report released by SeekingArrangment.com, a site that pairs wealthy older men with younger women in hopes of fostering a sugar daddy-sugar baby relationship, shows changes in the demographic of men who become sugar daddies as well as the top 20 "sugar daddy" capitals of the
The website measured the number of sugar daddies in major metropolitan areas and found that
Read more at Huffington Post
In an effort to reduce the demand for victims of human trafficking, the District Attorney’s Office will release the names and photographs of those defendants convicted of solicitation in San Bernardino County. The following individuals were arrested, and convicted for either patronizing or soliciting for prostitution. All photos and information will automatically be removed after one year from the conviction date.
Jason Kies, 37, of La Crescenta, was arrested Friday and was booked on suspicion of attempted kidnapping,
Detectives sought any other victims, police said, adding that Kies is known to frequent the
Kies tried to force a woman into his vehicle near
About four hours later, Kies tried to steal something from a
He ``fought with a security guard and fled without taking any property,'' police said.
About Friday, Kies followed a woman jogging near
``He was observed following a lone female jogger in La Crescenta, slowly following her along side streets,'' police said. ``Detectives quickly moved to prevent any further acts of violence and took Kies into custody without incident.''
Anyone with more information about Kies was asked to call detectives at (818) 623-4090 or (818) 623-4045. The LAPD's 24-hour tip line is (877) LAPD- 247.
Should the award show be moved?
The Oscars are getting out of the way of next year’s Winter Olympics and moving into March, 2014, but the show then plans to return to late February for the 2015 awards.
The move to March allows the Academy to slightly adjust the timetable that forced voters to cast their nominating ballots earlier than ever this year, although it still requires ballots to be returned in early January.
Read more at the Wrap