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  • Regional crime lab prepares for evidence

    Regional crime lab prepares for evidence
    A new long-awaited regional crime laboratory could begin processing vital ballistic analysis and DNA evidence for hundreds of unsolved property crimes as early as May, police said Thursday. Local police and city officials on Thursday introduced the...
  • NoHo man indicted for allegedly flashing private, police aircraft with laser

    An 18-year-old North Hollywood man has been indicted under a recently approved law that makes it a federal crime to deliberately point a laser at an aircraft. Adam Gardenhire was arrested this morning at his North Hollywood home after allegedly...
  • Surviving victims, family members in deadly Christmas Day car crash file claims

    Surviving victims and family members of a deadly Pasadena car crash that occurred during a police pursuit on Christmas Day — a Glendale woman and a Daly City boy — have filed claims against the city that could pave the way for wrongful death...
  • Glendale man gets 3 years in prison for hospital kickback scheme

    Glendale man gets 3 years in prison for hospital kickback scheme
    A 54-year-old Glendale man who accepted more than $3 million in kickbacks while overseeing building projects at Pasadena's Huntington Memorial Hospital was sentenced today to three years in federal prison. In addition to the prison sentence, a U.S....
  • Three arrested in La Cañada real estate fraud scheme

    This post has been updated. Three people were arrested Friday in connection to a scheme around a foreclosed La Cañada Flintridge property, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff's officials. Saliya “Sal” DeSilva, 49, of Northridge, Nora...
  • History could save Verdugo Hills Golf Course

    History could save Verdugo Hills Golf Course
    L.A. City Councilman Richard Alarcon is moving to save the Verdugo Hills Golf Course from residential development by adding it to the city's list of historic and cultural monuments. It's the latest in a series of moves — including rezoning and...
  • Glendale police locate robbery suspects

    Glendale police locate robbery suspects
    The hunt for two alleged robbers who got away with cash from a Bank of America Monday morning ended hours later after police found them at homes in Northridge and Glendale, officials said. Authorities did not release their identities Monday night....
  • State investigates bank in Kinde Durkee fraud case

    State banking regulators have launched an inquiry into how First California Bank handled numerous accounts controlled by Kinde Durkee, a longtime treasurer for prominent politicians who has been accused of fraud. The California Department of Financial...
  • Hearing set for alleged cop killer

    The man accused of killing a Burbank police officer in 2003 could finally head to trial after attorneys on both sides told a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge on Friday that they were ready after years of legal wrangling. David Garcia, 27, faces...
  • FBI report: Violent, property crime down in Burbank, Glendale

    FBI report: Violent, property crime down in Burbank, Glendale
    A FBI report released this week shows violent and property crimes were down in Burbank and Glendale last year. The report mirrors numbers released this January by police officials in both cities, which saw decreases in the number of reported robberies,...
  • Ron Kaye: What's the next Verdugo Dispatch?

    Realtors call it the “popular tri-city area,” a region that proudly boasts its own “tri-city airport” and fundamentally healthy economies. The FBI likes the moniker so much it dubbed a robber who hit 10 banks in Burbank, Glendale...
  • Burbank police officer murder case delayed again

    The case involving David Garcia, the man accused of killing a Burbank police officer in 2003, was postponed this week in Los Angeles County Superior Court to Jan. 10 as attorneys continue to review evidence. The decision to allow more time was made in...