Deportation for Lincoln Heights dad put on hold; Echo Park pastor speaks out after being detained by ICE; LAPD wants to fly drones

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Morning Report

  • The deportation of a Lincoln Heights man who was arrested while dropping his daughters off at school has been put on hold after the Board of Immigration Appeals issued an emergency stay order. KPCC
  • An Echo Park pastor who is being detained by ICE agents speaks out as he faces deportation. “I’m not a bad hombre,” said Noe Carias. KTLA
  • The LAPD is proposing to begin flying drones under a pilot program a few years after deciding against using the machines amid privacy and civil liberties concerns. The L.A. Fire Department was recently allowed to use drones. FOX11

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