Mary Gurton is reporting that Covina residents are suspected of being behind the Friday morning double murder in Pasadena. PPD Chief Barney said the homicide highlights the need for a beefed up police presence in Northweest neighborhoods.
At the bottom of her story, Gurton reports a series of search warrants were served Friday in connection with a January murder.
Michael Vick got more bad news Friday as major companies are pulling out of endorsement deals. Fortunately I got this jersey before they pulled it.
Well, my mother told my father,
just before hmmm, I was born,
“I got a boy child’s comin,
He’s gonna be, he’s gonna be a rollin stone,
Sure ‘nough, he’s a rollin stone
Sure ‘nough, he’s a rollin stone”
I was thinking about this Muddy Waters song as photog Raul Roa and I rolled from an accident in Baldwin Park to a bomb scare in Industry this a.m.
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Apparently an argument led to a fist fight which led to a shooting which led to the deaths of two men early Friday morning in the 1500 block of Navarro. Don’t know if its gang related yet. Detectives are actively pursuing leads in the case this a.m.
Not a lot of details available yet, but two men were apparently shot in Pasadena sometime this morning. The incident occurred near 1539 Navarro. The two were taken to HMH in unknown condition.
We’ll update this as info becomes available
Two-man teams working for Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lt. Gil Carrillo caught five homicides throughout the county last night. The cases ranged from drive-by shootings in Lakewood and Temple City to a beating death in Hawthorne. Details about the Temple City shooting are slowly emerging. it was the town’s first murder since October. How many other San Gabriel Valley towns share that distinction?
According to investigators, the Hawthorne case was pretty brutal.
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Apparently transients were living in a van off and on for several months, according to preliminary reports. John Doe, discovered Wednesday, may have died before Memorial Day, which was the last time anybody took a look inside the vehicle.
Local bank robbery specialists are warning their clients that the recently opened extension of the Foothill (210) Freeway might be more aptly named the California Penal Code 211 Freeway, as it will give bank robbers in the San Gabriel Valley a fast moving road to make their getaways east.
Supervisor Mike Antonovich offered $10,000 reward for information in the hit and run death of Ralph Granado, 55.
I found this link which pays tribute to Granado, a long time employee of the Los Angeles County Assesors Office.
This comment on the Glendora brick throwing teens came in via email this a.m.
Send them all to Baghdad and bring home a equal number of real men….. Marines.
Mike Alerich, Arcadia