Thursday, October 27, 2016

$50,000 reward issued in shooting of Boyle Heights girl; 121-year-old home crosses the street

Silver Lake - Marsha Estes

Silver Lake – Marsha Estes

MOrning Report

  • Police announced a $50,000 reward and revealed more details of last month’s shooting that left a bullet lodged between the neck and skull of a 10-year-old Boyle Heights girl. Police are looking for a black, four-door, 2005 Toyota Camry and a 2001 silver Chevrolet Impala with a rear spoiler and sunroof that were connected with the June 10 shooting. KTLA
  • A 121-year-old Boyle Heights home threatened with demolition was moved across First Street to a new location where it will be restored and preserved. L.A. Now
  • Eagle Rock resident Carl Matthes, president of the Uptown Gay and Lesbian Alliance, received a 34th Congressional District Leader Award from Congressman Xavier Becerra in celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month. 34th Congressional District
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