Man Charged in Connection With Secretly Recording Women in Bathroom of Lancaster Restaurant

He is suspected of hiding in a stall and recording women who went to the bathroom. Jesus Calvario, 21, allegedly went into the women’s restroom in a restaurant along the 1000 block of West Avenue I between Nov. The case remains under investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

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Only 1 Protester Charged Out of More Than 450 Arrested in DTLA Anti-Trump Actions

11: 195 arrests including eight juveniles Saturday, Nov. 12, a massive anti-Trump event brought out some 8,000 people to a march along Wilshire Boulevard from MacArthur Park toward downtown L.A. 9: 28 arrests Thursday, Nov. 8 election, DA’s office spokesman Ricardo Santiago said Wednesday. Police arrest demonstrators after they shut down the 101

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Los Angeles Tops Nation in Chronically Homeless People for Second Year in a Row: Federal Report

(Credit: Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times) For the second year in a row, Los Angeles reported the largest number of chronically homeless people in the nation — nearly 13,000 — and 95% of them live outdoors, in cars, tents and encampments, according to the U.S. Homeless people

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Knife-Wielding Man Killed by Deputy Outside Temecula Courthouse ID’d

(Credit: KTLA) Authorities Wednesday released the identity of a man shot dead by a deputy outside a Riverside County courthouse in Temecula. (Credit: KTLA) × Knife-Wielding Man Killed by Deputy Outside Temecula Courthouse ID’d A man was apparently killed in a deputy-involved shooting in Temecula on Nov. 15, 2016. 33.526670 -117.160638 Related

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DWP Owes L.A. Customers $67.5 Million Because of Rampant Overbilling

The latest estimate represents an approximately $25-million increase from the amount reported during a court hearing in December. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. Officials said this week that after a year of working with the monitor and revising the class-action settlement agreement, customers can expect to

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2 Detained After Torrance Officers Are Fired on in Wilmington; Bystander Struck: LAPD

16, 2016. (Credit: KTLA) × 2 Detained After Torrance Officers Are Fired on in Wilmington; Bystander Struck: LAPD Police respond near the scene where two Torrance police officers were fired upon in Wilmington on Nov. police do not know exactly where the shots were fired. (Credit: KTLA) Two people were detained

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Suspect Indicted in New York, New Jersey Bombings

Rahimi will be arraigned before U.S. A first appearance in the case was held via video conference last month, and Rahimi appeared in federal court for the first time last week. Ahmad Khan Rahimi, accused of injuring 29 people by setting off bombs in New York and New Jersey in

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Cal State Will Not Help Deport Undocumented Students Under Trump, Chancellor Says

“Our university police do not contact, detain, question or arrest individuals solely on the basis of being … a person that lacks documentation.” The fear and anger of undocumented students have rippled across the country in the days since Trump won the presidential election. Cal State Fullerton student Ginny Dolores, left, leads students outside

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Irvine HomeGoods Employee Arrested After Police Find Photos Looking up Customers’ Skirts on His Phone; Additional Victims Sought

There are dozens of potential victims in the case, investigators said. Matthew Torres, 22, was arrested in the 6214 Irvine Blvd. location on Nov. Females who have visited the store since September and believe they may be a victim can contact Detective Sarah Tunnicliffe at 949-724-7170 or stunnicliffe@cityofirvine.org. Upon investigation authorities

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Plumbers, Carpenters, Electricians at UCLA Strike for Higher Wages and Back Pay

34.070264 -118.444056 The 24-hour strike was organized by Teamsters Local 2010, a union chapter representing plumbers, carpenters, electricians, elevator mechanics, service engineers and other workers at UCLA and UC San Diego. Workers began gathering at midnight Wednesday morning, said Teamsters Local 2010 spokesman Christian Castro. Click here to read the full

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Public’s Help Sought as Authorities Search for Beloved Llano Grandfather’s Killer

Please enable Javascript to watch this video Sheriff’s officials are hoping a $20,000 reward will help them crack a 2015 homicide case in which a beloved grandfather in Llano was bound and killed during a home-invasion in Llano. 16, 2016. 34.505828 -117.817841 Courtney Friel reports for the KTLA 5 News

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Body of Missing Man Last Seen at NYC Party Found in Suitcase in New Jersey: Sources

Sources say the body was found with multiple stab wounds. The party’s host was reportedly caught on surveillance camera wheeling out a luggage cart and two large suitcases. A person of interest has been taken into custody for questioning. Police sources say Emergency Service Unit police dogs found bloody rags and

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Police Release New Details in Case of Long Beach Woman Missing Since 2000; Investigators to Excavate in Ridgecrest

Detectives have re-opened the case after an anonymous tip led them to believe she was killed, authorities said. Please enable Javascript to watch this video Police on Wednesday said they are seeking the public’s help in a missing person’s cold case surrounding a Long Beach woman who disappeared 16 years ago. 16,

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Protesters Urge Lawmakers to Clamp Down on Airbnb, Short-Term Housing Rentals in L.A.

Kareen Wynter reports from Downtown Los Angeles for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Nov. 16, 2016. Please enable Javascript to watch this video Tenants and community activists held a rally in Downtown Los Angeles Wednesday to protest short-term rentals, including airbnb, which they say takes away affordable housing

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Ryan Halts House Vote on Proposal to Bring Back Earmarks in Wake of Trump Win

“Did they learn nothing at all from these elections? Earlier Wednesday, House Republicans appeared to be ignoring President-elect Donald Trump’s call to reform Washington when they scheduled the vote on whether to overturn their own ban on earmarks — billions of dollars for pet projects tucked into spending bills. A

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