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Murder suspect apprehended in Lincoln Heights; family sues over Highland Park man’s fatal fall; Silver Lake mail theft

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  • The LAPD deployed police dogs and a helicopter to help apprehend a murder suspect in Lincoln Heights early Thursday morning. NBC LA
  • The tenant of a Silver Lake apartment building in the 700 block of Maltman Avenue said mail thieves using a U.S. Postal Service key stole mail three times during the past week.
  • Good Samaritan agreed to a $450,000 settlement over allegations it had dumped homeless patients on the streets. The settlement stems from a patient who the City Attorney claims ended up in Echo Park after being released from Good Samaritan with only a bus token.  L.A. Now
  • The family members of a 22-year-old Highland Park man who was killed after he fell from an Arroyo Seco Parkway overpass and was struck by a car have sued the city and state over his death, claiming the bridge did not meet current safety standards. EGP News
  • State legislators approved spending $177 million to expedite the cleanup of lead from the Exide battery recycling plant immediately south of Boyle Heights. Boyle Heights Beat
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