Off-duty LAPD officer killed while house-hunting in South L.A. with girlfriend
Los Angeles Times
January 10, 2022
An off-duty Los Angeles police officer was shot and killed during an armed robbery attempt Monday night in an unincorporated area of South L.A., authorities said.
LAPD Chief Michel Moore said the officer, Fernando Arroyos, had just worked a series of days in patrol and had a day off on Monday, when he joined his girlfriend “on a hunt for a house, a place to live, a place to buy and invest in the city and in the future of this region.”
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December 8, 2021
Woman Seen Leaning Out of Car Window Holding AK-47 in San Francisco
ABC7 Los Angeles
August 10, 2021
San Francisco police released a photo of a woman seen holding an AK-47 while leaning out of the window of a moving car. SFPD said the incident happened July 11 during an "illegal exhibition of speed event," or street racing. The Cadillac seen in the photo was impounded Thursday as the photo helped investigators track it down. Police also released a photo of the Cadillac being impounded.
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August 4, 2021
America's Sheriff Organization Sues Philadelphia for Firing Police Officers
Allegedly targeted by 'political witch hunt' against conservatives
By WND Staff
July 26, 2021
An organization launched by Joe Arpaio, known as "America's toughest sheriff," has taken up the cause of several Philadelphia police officers dismissed for their private social media statements with a lawsuit against the city.
America's Sheriff, whose general counsel is Larry Klayman, founder of FreedomWatchUSA, has filed case against the city and a private activist organization charging violations of the 1st, 2nd, 4th and 14th Amendments.
The case is on behalf of plaintiffs Michael Melvin, Dan Farrelly, Brion Milligan, Mark Palma, Robert Bannan, Jesus Cruz, Steven Hartzell and Joseph Fox against the city and an organization called Injustice Watch, operating as "Plain View."