A U.S. District Court jury in downtown Los Angeles deliberated for about four hours before convicting ex-Sgt. Eric Gonzalez and deputies Sussie Ayala and Fernando Luviano of assaulting jail visitor Gabriel Carrillo on Feb. 26, 2011. "That's what the case was basically about -- whether he was fully handcuffed," Tran said. Luviano and Ayala then penned "truthful reports" -- approved by Gonzalez -- about the "ugly" actions they were forced to take, Smith said. Gonzalez, Ayala and Luviano face the possibility of multiple years in federal prison.
This is the sixth consecutive year the Senate has ordered this commemoration, SEMA said. SEMA invites all automotive enthusiasts to take part in Collector Car Appreciation Day by planning or attending collector car events in their community. Through its grassroots organization, the SEMA Action Network , the association is maintaining a list of Collector Car Appreciation Day events on its website. To list an event on the site, contact SAN Director Colby Martin at 909-978-6721 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monterey Park will require all new massage businesses to obtain permits to operate under an ordinance adopted Wednesday night. There are 11 businesses identifying as massage parlors in Monterey Park on their city licenses; several more could be operating under other business license categories,¬†council members said. Monterey Park Police Chief Jim Smith said he could not recall any recent arrests at the city's 11 massage parlors, but there have been several arrests over the past few years in surrounding cities.
Last month, the former redevelopment agency turned over the pristine swatch of land to a commercial real estate broker. Elliott, in a June 4 letter, responded by saying the state parks department is holding off on new land purchases because it is reorganizing its acquisition department. "The Tres Hermanos property is one of many areas identified as desirable additions to Chino Hills State Park with current willing sellers," she wrote, adding that the state has met with the Trust for Public Land regarding buying a parcel of land near Prado Dam.
Last week was one of those times. Jerry Brown's lead, the Senate adopted energy and climate-change policies that combined take a huge risk that the economy of California can be weaned from fossil fuels. Sen. Fran Pavley, D-Agoura Hills, the author of SB32, was a member of the Assembly in 2002 when she became a driving force in getting California started down the path of confronting climate change. At the time, the federal fuel-efficiency standard for cars was about 28 miles per gallon. "That was a great win for California," Pavley said.
Lawyers involved in the case of Olivia Carolee Culbreath, 22, of Fontana will be in court at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center in Los Angeles court this morning. Culbreath is accused of driving the wrong way on the 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar last year and becoming involved in a DUI-related crash. Six people died as a result of the crash. Two of the victims were traveling in Culbreath's car and one was her sister, Maya, 24, of Rialto. The other victim was Kristin Melissa Young, 21, of Chino.
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door for the 6 p.m. shows today and Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday matinee in the Village Theater at The Village at Indian Hill in Pomona. Music has always been integral to McCarty's life. "My mom didn't know I was playing clubs until I paid for all my senior-year expenses at South Oak Cliff High School with the money I'd made," McCarty said, laughing. "Music brings people together, if only for a moment, and that moment increases people's understanding of each other," McCarty reasoned.
DIAMOND BAR -- A young man remained hospitalized in serious condition Thursday after being struck by a vehicle in Diamond Bar. The collision occurred just before midnight Wednesday near the intersection of Diamond Bar and Grand boulevards, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Paramedics transported the victim to a hospital where he was listed in serious condition. It remains unclear if the driver of the vehicle stopped to provide aide to the victim. (-2015 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc.
Incumbent John Ferrero, whose father won election in 1957 as the city's first mayor, chose not to run for re-election. "It is a new beginning," declared Moss. Moss is an accounting manager at the Industry Hills Expo Center ; Mark Radecki is the brother of the city manager and supervisor for Square Root Golf & Landscape; and Ruggles is general manager with Haddick's Towing. Radecki's firm does business with the city; Haddick's Towing does business with Industry and La Puente. "I want to turn the city around for the better," said Mark Radecki.