Sunday, October 23, 2016

One injured in Cypress Park shooting; cleaning up Boyle Heights illegal dumping; parent stabbed outside Cathedral High; Atwater Chip Guy

Cactus In Bloom, Highland Park | Paul Lacques/Instagram

Cactus In Bloom, Highland Park | Paul Lacques/Instagram

MOrning Report

  • The City Attorney will form a “strike force” to combat illegal dumping in Boyle Heights and eight other neighborhoods in the initial phase of the program. L.A. Now
  • The parent of a Cathedral High student was stabbed in the neck by a possibly homeless man outside the Catholic school. KTLA
  • Like potato chips? An Atwater Village man offered up free bags of chips on Craigslist. L.A. Magazine
  • Councilman Jose Huizar filed paperwork on Thursday to run for re-election to represent the 14th Council District. Huizar will be challenged by termed-out County Supervisor Gloria Molina in next year’s election.

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  1. The article on the stabbing of a Cathedral parent has me very concerned. Apparently a homeless man who fled into Elysian Park was responsible for the stabbing. He was caught and I hope he receives mental health care, but I live in Highland Park and have noticed a marked increase of homeless living all along the 110 and near Debs Park. Many of these homeless people clearly have drug addictions and suffer from mental problems. We have a serious problem on our hands.

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