The fire was first reported about 2:45 a.m. at a 55,000-square-foot warehouse in the 700 block of South 5th Avenue , Los Angeles County fire and sheriff's officials said. Though largely “kept in check” by the building's sprinkler system, firefighters battled the stubborn blaze for nearly two hours until it was declared extinguished, Los Angeles County Fire Department Inspector Randall Wright said.
Howard Quoc Trinh, 42, of Arcadia, the manager of Seven-Bros. Enterprises at 140 N. Orange Ave., was convicted by a federal jury on two counts of bribery after prosecutors presented evidence that he offered to pay $10,000 to a labor official who was investigating the factory for violating the Fair Labor Standards Act last year, according to a U.S. Department of Justice statement.
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies on Tuesday arrested a suspect and recovered a revolver and a pair of boots stolen during a February robbery at the Puente Hills Mall in Industry on Feb. 23, 2016. INDUSTRY >> A tip from the public helped deputies arrest a suspect who pulled a gun on a female security guard while stealing a pair of work boots from a Sears store at the Puente Hills Mall in Industry in February, officials said.
Over 4,000 hoverboards were found at RolliTech in the 16600 block of East Gale Avenue. The boards are in packaging that bear the Underwriter Laboratory trademark indicating the product has been tested and approved, according to Lt.
Acting on a tip, the sheriff's Community Partners Bureau on Thursday searched an Industry business and discovered a warehouse containing hoverboards with fake seals claiming the boards have been tested and approved, officials said.
An armed robbery was caught on camera at a Sears where the man pulled out a gun over a pair of boots. Kim Baldonado reports for the NBC4 News at 6 on Tuesday, April 18, 2016 Authorities released surveillance photos Tuesday of man sought after he allegedly robbed a Sears department store in the Industry area at gunpoint, taking a pair of work boots.
Yorba Linda business owner Jeffrey Barman has vowed that the state's endless drought won't mark the end of his company, California Waters. Still, four years of drought have made it "significantly harder to sell now," Barman said. Some board members of the Desert Water Agency, which serves Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs and parts of Cathedral City, said repealing the ban sends the wrong message to Californians. "The biggest impact has been in our service division, where we have seen an unprecedented 15% drop in sales," Barman said.
Freeway in Industry as Richard Torres. Torres died at the scene of the crash Thursday night on the northbound side of the freeway south of Peck Road, authorities said. When he was struck by a northbound 2010 Honda Accord, according to the California Highway Patrol. County firefighters pronounced him dead at the scene. The driver of the Honda, a 47-year-old Upland man, was not injured but was taken to a hospital for observation, according to the CHP. The crash remains under investigation.