Officers didn’t turn on body cams during fatal Boyle Heights shooting; parking on the parkway; election day arrrives

Eastside Scene: Corner of Avenue 64 & Garvanza, Highland Park | Adam Pantozzi

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  • The officers who were involved in the fatal shooting of a man near a Boyle Heights Gold Line station last month were wearing body cameras but had not turned them on.  Police commissioners has asked the LAPD to find out often the 2,800 cameras worn by officers are being used. L.A. Times
  • Drivers in East Hollywood and other dense neighborhoods where street parking is in short supply have been parking their vehicles on parkways – the strip of land between the curb and sidewalk. The city is looking at renewing enforcement to stop the practice while property owners are installing trees and other barriers. L.A. Times

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  1. LAPD should focus on cracking down on backwards racist activist hate groups and gang violence in Boyle Heights. Those offer nothing to the community.

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