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  • Man charged with carjacking pleads not guilty

    A 19-year-old Arcadia man pleaded not guilty Monday to carjacking a La Crescenta motorist and then crashing the Fiat into a light pole. Trevon Lofton was charged with a felony count of carjacking and two misdemeanor counts of driving under the...
  • Northridge mom charged with allegedly aiding daughter, classmates in vandalism

    A Northridge woman faces several criminal charges in connection with help her 14-year-old daughter and her teenage classmates allegedly received in the vandalizing of former friends' homes with human feces and scrawled swastikas, city prosecutors said...
  • Schiff supports using federal prosecutors for leaks investigation

    Schiff supports using federal prosecutors for leaks investigation
    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) today released a statement supporting the appointment of two top federal prosecutors to investigate recent leaks of classified intelligence that prompted several high-profile news stories. Schiff – himself a former...
  • Big-rig driver convicted of manslaughter seeks appeal

    Big-rig driver convicted of manslaughter seeks appeal
    The truck driver convicted of manslaughter after a fatal 2009 collision at the bottom of Angeles Crest Highway in La Cañada Flintridge is taking his case to the court of appeal. Marcos Costa, 46, was sentenced to seven years and four months in prison...
  • Judge clears way for joint police officer lawsuit against Glendale

    Four current and a former Glendale Armenian American police officers can move forward with their federal discrimination and harassment lawsuit against the city after a judge last week refused to throw out the claims. U.S. District Court Judge Josephine...
  • Attorney for ex-Glendale councilman says he can prove someone else embezzled money

    Attorney for ex-Glendale councilman says he can prove someone else embezzled money
    The attorney for former Councilman John Drayman, who has been charged with embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars, said outside a Los Angeles County Superior Courtroom on Thursday that he intends to prove that someone else stole the money. Drayman...
  • No charges for Glendale burglary suspects

    Prosecutors declined to file charges against four Los Angeles men who were arrested this week on suspicion of a "knock-knock" burglary in Chevy Chase Canyon. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office spokeswoman Jane Robison said prosecutors...
  • Glendale park naturalists' lawsuit delayed

    Two former Glendale park naturalists may call nearly 40 former and current city employees to testify next month in a trial for their lawsuit in which they claim they were fired for raising concerns about a supervisor misusing city resources.  The...
  • Glendale man charged in 'sextortion' case that allegedly involved hundreds of women

    A 27-year-old Glendale man was arrested Tuesday on charges that he allegedly hacked into hundreds of online social networking accounts that belonged to women who he then extorted for naked pictures, officials said. Karen Kazaryan was charged with...
  • Judge strikes down Prop. 8, allows gay marriage in California

    Judge strikes down Prop. 8, allows gay marriage in California
    The federal judge who overturned Proposition 8 Wednesday said the ballot initiative that banned same-sex marriage was based on moral disapproval of gay marriage and ordered the state to stop enforcing the ban. U.S. District Chief Judge Vaughn R. Walker,...
  • Two guilty in woman's shooting death

    PASADENA— A jury on Thursday found two men guilty of killing a 49-year-old Burbank woman for an unpaid debt as she opened her front door. After deliberating for nearly two days, jurors found 29-year-old Burbank resident Armen Mangasaryan guilty of...
  • Bail denied in largest ever Medicare fraud scheme

    LOS ANGELES — Three Glendale men who were arrested last week on suspicion of taking part in the largest Medicare fraud scheme in history were ordered to remain in jail on Tuesday because they were considered a flight risk and a danger to the...