Two suspected gang members were wounded in a drive-by shooting
Both remain hospitalized
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—Two suspected gang members were wounded in a drive-by shooting Tuesday tonight in South Los Angeles.
Two suspects in a sedan yelled a gang slogan and opened fire on the victims, one 29 and the other 25 years old, around 8:30 p.m. in the 1300 block of East Vernon Avenue, near Ascot Avenue, said Los Angeles Police Department Sgt. Alex Baez, watch commander at the Newton Station.
One victim was shot in the back and left leg and the other was struck in the left leg. Both were hospitalized with stable vital signs, Baez said.
INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Los Angeles County probation officers asked for help today in finding a parolee who threatened to kill school children.
Frank Edward Edmonds, 40, who authorities consider “extremely violent and an imminent public threat,” may be in Compton, South Los Angeles or Inglewood, his last known address.
The Crenshaw Subway Coalition is gearing up for a possible showdown over additional funding for the Crenshaw-to-LAX light rail line, including a Leimert Park Village Station, but may have to await a May 23 decision by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board on just how bruising—or necessary—a showdown will be.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Jurors deadlocked today in the trial of a reputed gang member charged in the 2010 Halloween killing of a 5-year-old South Los Angeles boy who was shot while showing off his Spider-man costume in his backyard.
Superior Court Judge Bob S. Bowers declared a mistrial after the jury’s foreman said the panel was not able to reach a unanimous verdict in Leonard Hall Jr.’s trial.
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—An 82-year-old Los Angeles woman who disappeared more than a week ago turned up unharmed in Maywood, police said today.
Fannie Luesendy Brown had been reported missing by her brother, who had last seen her March 9 at her home in the 1000 block of East 33rd Street, near Central Avenue.
Family members and police had been concerned because Brown had medical issues that required treatment, police said.
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—Police today asked for the public’s help in locating a missing 82-year-old woman from South Los Angeles who may be in need of treatment because of a medical condition, her family told police.
Fannie Luesendy Brown was last seen by her brother about 8:30 p.m. Friday at her home in the 1000 block of East 33rd Street, near Central Avenue.
Brown has brownish gray hair and brown eyes, weighs 130 pounds and stands 5 feet 6 inches tall. She has a dark complexion.