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Boyle Heights police chase ends in Riverside County; Shepard Fairey and Debbie Harry to create clothing line; police looking for El Sereno burglary suspect

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  • The high-speed police pursuit of a stolen BMW that began in Boyle Heights ended in Riverside County community of Norco, where the suspect was apprehended after he surrendered in a fast-food restaurant parking lot. NBC4
  • Artist Shepard Fairey, whose studio is located in Echo Park, is partnering with singer Debbie Harry to create a special-edition line of women’s clothing to be sold under Fairey’s Obey label. L.A. Times
  • Police released a security camera photo of a man who pointed a gun at a dog after the man allegedly broke into an an El Sereno home in the 4900 block of Twinning Street. Police are asking the public to help find the suspect. KTLA

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One comment

  1. If they don’t call it Harry Fairey Couture, I ain’t buyin.

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