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LAPD Chief Michel Moore announces retirement at the end of February

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore, who has served since 2018, announced he will retire at the end of February. Appointed for a...

LAPD pioneers online reporting system for ‘hate incidents,’ a first in U.S.

  Residents of Los Angeles can now more easily report hate incidents thanks to a new system implemented by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD)....

Pet dogs stolen in stroller tragically perish in house fire linked to theft suspects

Pets are increasingly becoming targets of theft, not just valuable items, particularly by some individuals among the homeless population. Jung, a 59-year-old resident near USC...

LAPD announces citywide DUI checkpoints for year-end holiday crackdowns

  For the upcoming holiday season, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) will conduct a major DUI crackdown with “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over”...

Wilshire Center-Koreatown delegate found dead, prompting police probe

  A delegate who served on the Wilshire Center-Koreatown Neighborhood Council (WCKNC) was found dead at a train station near the Koreatown neighborhood in Los...

17-year-old arrested in connection with stabbing of Metro bus driver

A recent wave of violent crimes, first on the LA Metro train and now on buses, has left public transit riders on edge. On May...

L.A. Koreatown ranked 6th in neighborhoods with highest vandalism cases

There have been more than 4,000 vandalism cases in Los Angeles this year. According to Crosstown, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD)'s data shows that there...

LAPD Officer Paul Ahn, Korean-American, dies from ‘medical emergency’ while off duty

Paul Ahn, a Korean-American police officer of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), passed away in the morning on April 28 while receiving treatment...

Elderly Asian couple in Bel Air sustain home invasion robbery

An elderly Asian couple living in Bel Air, a well-known wealthy neighborhood in LA City, was assaulted for hours and robbed of a large...

Spate of violent crimes drive Koreatown in fear

Three violent crimes have occurred in Los Angeles Koreatown in less than a week. On April 17, a man was fatally stabbed outside of a...

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