Monterey Park Crime
Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near Monterey Park, CA or anywhere in the US.
Recent Crime News
Wednesday Jan 4 | via NBC Los Angeles
A $10,000 reward will be announced Wednesday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever gunned down a 20- year-old man more than seven years ago in the unincorporated Westmont area near South Los Angeles. Waymon Weston was shot late on the evening of Oct. 19, 2009, in the 1100 block of West 90th Street, near Vermont Avenue, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Comment?
Friday Dec 23 | via San Gabriel Valley Tribune
MONTEREY PARK >> One woman was killed Friday in a crash on the westbound 60 Freeway in the Monterey Park area and another was injured and arrested. A 25-year-old Los Angeles woman who was a passenger in a vehicle that crashed into the center divider died at the scene of the crash, which occurred about 3:45 a.m. near Garfield Avenue, according to the California Highway Patrol. Comment?
Thursday Dec 22 | via Pasadena Star-News
A Pico Rivera woman said she caught the person who stole a Christmas pacakge from her porch on surveillance footage from a camera outside her home on Dec. 22, 2016. She's asking for help identifying the person in the video. Comment?
Dec 19, 2016 | via CTV
This Jan. 7, 2014 file photo shows Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca announcing his retirement at a news conference at Sheriff's Headquarters Bureau in Monterey Park, Calif. Federal prosecutors have brought tougher charges against Baca just days after he withdrew his guilty plea in a corruption probe. Comment?
Dec 15, 2016 | via Pasadena Star-News
MONTEREY PARK >> Police in Monterey Park are seeking a man who robbed and sexually battered a woman last week and may be responsible for a similar crime last month on the same block, officials said Thursday. In both cases, a man approached and tried to rob women in the 800 block of West El Repetto Drive , according to Monterey Park police Sgt. Comment?
Dec 11, 2016 | via Boing Boing
Some of the most notorious criminals of South and Central America and China have resettled to the USA with money they looted from their countries' treasuries or defrauded their fellow citizens of. Many of these people are fleeing jurisdictions where torture is routinely practiced and are able to qualify for asylum. Comment?
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