Search continues for Mt. Washington man’s remains; police chase ends in Glassell Park; comedian sells Atwater Village house for more than $100k over asking

Lincoln Heights Jail | josenowsky

Lincoln Heights Jail | josenowsky

MOrning Report

  • Firefighters assisted by dogs trained to find cadavers continued to look through rubble for the 84-year-old owner of the Mount Washington home that was destroyed by fire on Thursday night. The L.A. Fire Department will bring in heavy equipment today to continue the search for the man “who is strongly believed to be deceased in the rubble.” LAFD
  • Laughing All The Way to the Bank: Comedian Tim Heidecker sold his approximately 1,100-square-foot Atwater Village home for $854,000 – or $105,000 over the asking price. Hot Property
  • A stolen vehicle pursuit that began in Long Beach ended in Glassell Park. Daily News
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  1. The Lincoln Heights old Jail would be perfect to house the homeless.

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