EXTRAORDINARY THINGS ARE COMMON PLACE WITH IDENTITY THEFT
According to USA Today, the average American has less than $1,000 in their bank account. With such a bleak personal fiscal picture, one can imagine not much cash would be lying around the house. This is of course assuming you aren’t an identity thief.
Hiker 800' down off cliff flown to safety, dog rescued, and rescue member's hand hit by falling rocks
Friday, February 24, 2017 at 3:30 pm Altadena Mountain Rescue Team was called for a person yelling for help off the Mt. Lowe Fire Road in the Angeles National Forest. Sheriff's Air Rescue 5, Montrose Search and Rescue Team, and Los Angeles County Fire Department assist in the search for the distressed hiker.
Sheriff Jim McDonnell's Statement on Presidential Executive Order, Immigration
Working to Keep Us All Safe: LASD Civil Response Training (VIDEO Links)
The Sheriff’s Information Bureau Gold Team (FAMP / ECOMM) worked with Court Services Bureau, Emergency Operations Bureau, and the Video Productions Unit to document recent Civil Disobedience Training and highlight it using an action packed sizzle reel video.
Homicide Detectives and Victim’s Family Members Ask Public for Information in Willowbrook Murder Investigation; $10,000 Reward Offered
Homicide Bureau detectives and family members of a fatal shooting victim made an appeal to the public Thursday morning, February 16, 2017, for assistance to find the suspects who took the life of Victim Ramiro Lepe.
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