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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Police looking for assault suspect in Echo Park

LAPD police helicopter over Echo Park.Police are looking for a suspect with a gun following an assault near Allesandro and Reservoir streets in Echo Park.  There are few details available about the incident but no one has been shot, said Lt. Terry Gutierrez with the Northeast Division. The search began about 4 a.m, with officers on the ground assisted by a police helicopter hovering overhead.

24 comments

  1. DAMMMMMIT ITS THEM CRAZYS LETTING IT B KNOWN THEY DNT PLAY HUH

    • Sir, I believe you have your [caps lock] on, I’m sure it’s rather embarrassing but it happens to the best of us. Better luck next time Ms.Mayberry.

      • Well, Grammar_Patrol, your grammatical error is just as egregious as Mayberry’s all-caps faux pas; you’re guilty of writing a run-on sentence. To wit, after the word “on” you can use a semicolon or a period in order to conform to the conventions of correct comments.

        • James, I applaud your keen grammar eye but it’s actually a comma splice. Run-on is no punctuation.

          • Interesting; I hadn’t heard of comma splices before. However, it seems there’s some controversy among grammarians as to whether or not a comma splice is a run-on sentence. (I’d say that it is.) I found this on Wikipedia:

            An example of a run-on is a comma splice, in which two independent clauses are joined with a comma without an accompanying coordinating conjunction.[1][2] Some prescriptivists exclude comma splices from the definition of a run-on sentence,[3] though this does not imply that they consider comma splices to be acceptable.

  2. It was a rough night for sleeping, that’s for sure.

  3. did you mean to say alvarado and reservoir?

  4. WHO CARES HOW THE MESSAGE IS LEFT YOU READ IT DIDNT U! ! N ITS MR.MAYBERRY ST DUMBASS

    • Okay, I stand corrected. Henceforth I will refer to you as “Mr. Mayberry St. Dumbass.”

      • TypicalLA Hater

        Haha. Hey mr. Mayberry st dumbass, why are you typing in all caps? Isn’t there a gang of idiots called the Mayberry street gang? Are they still running the mean streets of Mayberry?

  5. What kinda dude calls them self Mayberry? ….
    Sounds like a very sissy thing to do.

  6. The kind of dudes that can make your life miserable!

  7. By writing dumb comments in all caps? Annoying, yes. Immature, as Mayberry obviously believes he is responding postively to the actions of “gangsta”, as though the report is a video of a fight on YouTube.

    I do suggest Eastsider forwards his email address to the authorities, as he may have information regarding the assault and probably responded here because it excited him to see it featured. The other responses he gave add to suspicion regarding his commentary and possible knowledge or involvement.

  8. Mayberry crazys.. Lol.. Weak ass gang.. Sorry I
    meant weekend gangsters. Lol

  9. TypicalLA Hater

    Where is Sunny? I thought he would pop on by to tell everyone how gangs of idiots are running the streets of echo park (at least until the police show up and they have to run like scared cockroaches).

  10. JESUS UR A LOP IDIOT WEEKENDS OK DRIVE AROUND DA AREA N SEE THE REAL DEAL PUNK DNT OPEN UR MOUTH WITHOUT KNOWING LAME U KNW WAT TIME IT IS N IF U DNT YOU BETTER ASK SOMEBODY

    • Are you using a dialect, Mayberry St.? If so, in what geographical area is it spoken? It has some resemblance to English but it could be a pidgin version, like Sierra Leonean Kreyol. I’d love to learn simple phrases like “Hello” or “How are you?” in your language. Tell me what your dialect is called and I’ll look it up on Wikipedia.

  11. Been there on foot and nothing. Nobody out just little kids running and tagging the same
    wall on and waterloo and Mayberry.

    • haha, never seen anyone on those streets but hipsters and old ladies ….. just raise the rent on the block and see how fast those roaches scatter.

  12. Gertrude Hiagle

    I know Mayberry St. (AKA MAYBERRY ST) He teaches history at an on line college where he was my academic adviser in the field of on line gangsterism. He is correct in his theory that the The “Crazys” gang is based in Echo Park west of Alvarado Street. They were originally a modern dance troupe based out of Belgium but migrated to Los Angeles in the seventies after artistic director Vilhelm Von Flugenpants was falsely accused of bicycle seat sniffing.

  13. Word CissYS..lol Mayferries Wut a gang claiming an elementary school as a gang nor click get a life but in jail.lol

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