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Burning car crashes into East L.A. home; Boyle Heights to get relief from rotting meat smell; Northeast L.A. crime-fighting duo ends 28-year partnership

Car vs House: A burning Lexus sedan drove off a freeway offramp in East Los Angeles and crashed into a home in the 300 block of Bonnie Beach Place. No serious injuries were reported. KTLA

Stink: Air quality regulators adopted new odor-control rules on rendering plants after years of complaints from residents of Boyle Heights and other communities about the smell of decaying animal carcases processed at the plants. KPCC

Los Dobermans: LAPD officers Harold Marinelli and J.C. Duarte have been patrolling the streets of Northeast L.A. together for nearly 30 years. Now, the two-man team, dubbed “Los Dobermans” by some of their adversaries, is seeing their partnership come to an end. L.A. Times

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Downtown View from City Terrace | Belinda Martinez

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  1. Thanks to LAPD Officers Marinelli and Duarte for their thirty years of service to the citizens of Los Angeles, and for staying with car and foot patrol. I wish Marinelli well with his surgery and hope Duarte is able to adapt to a new partner, passing along his experience and wisdom. The walker with blue lights cracks me up. While Duarte is recovering, perhaps he’ll carry on the tradition of past LAPD officers who write entertaining books!

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