Harbor Division detectives this week released a surveillance photo in hopes of identifying a man who stole a bottle of cologne, and pulled a knife on a security officer who attempted to stop him at Target in San Pedro.
The man who jumped to his death Wednesday afternoon from the Vincent Thomas Bridge was identified as a 53-year-old Fullerton man.
As Los Angeles prepares to vote on a $3-billion street repair bond measure in November, Los Angeles Walks, a pedestrian-advocacy organization, has set out to secure some of the funding to repair sidewalks.
About 200 residents turned out for a heavily promoted public safety summit at the Elks Lodge on Saturday.
With school district funding only guaranteed through June, the Vic and Bonnie Christensen Math, Science and Technology Center gets a $54,000 boost from the Harbor Community Benefit Foundation.
Months after a group of residents got together and called for the City to clean up Leland Park — which fell into a state of serious neglect in recent years — the small park above Gaffey Street is slowly coming back to life.
Crime: For the period of Jan. 21 through Jan. 27, the Harbor Division reported that arrests were made in the following categories: 15 for petty theft, 11 for miscellaneous unspecified violations, seven for shoplifting, five for aggravated assault, four for robbery, two for grand theft, two for theft from person, one for moving traffic violations, one for attempted grand theft auto, one for aggravated domestic violence, one for assault with a deadly weapon, one for attempted robbery and one for forcible rape. San Pedro Blotter: Theft from vehicle on Jan. 20 at 3 a.m. at the intersection of 6th Street…
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Crime: For the period of Jan. 14 through Jan. 20, the Harbor Division reported that arrests were made in the following categories: seven for petty theft, six for miscellaneous unspecified violations, five for shoplifting, four for aggravated assault, four for robbery, three for grand theft, two for theft from person, two for moving traffic violations, one for attempted grand theft auto, one for aggravated domestic violence, one for assault with a deadly weapon and one for attempted robbery. San Pedro Blotter: Theft from vehicle on Jan. 14 at 6:10 a.m. on the 1400 block of Brett Place. Unforced entry. Unspecified…
San Pedrans were surprised last month when Limani Taverna closed its doors after two years on the corner of Sixth and Centre streets — but the historic former Papadakis Taverna space won’t be vacant for long. In a couple of months, it will reopen as a new Italian restaurant managed by Bob Trusela.