Saturday, October 22, 2016

City to pay $15 million over Glassell Park police shooting; U.S. Army veteran shot in Lincoln Heights

MOrning Report

  • The City Council agreed to pay a $15 million settlement over the 2010 police shooting of a Glassell Park teenager who was holding a pellet gun.  Officers said they believed that Royahent Gomez Eriz, who was left paralyzed, was holding a real weapon when they opened fire.   L.A. Times
  • A U.S. Army veteran was shot five times outside a Lincoln Heights home in what family members say was a case of mistaken identity. KTLA
  • The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the beating of a man in East L.A. by deputies that was captured on video. ABC7

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  1. First link just takes you to the story about the Vet.

  2. Love this photo of the cool water!

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