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Attempted carjacking of off-duty officer in Norwalk leads to the arrest of one suspect; Others at large

Attempted carjacking of off-duty officer in Norwalk leads to the arrest of one suspect; Others at large

By Brian Hews A Norwalk man has been arrested after he allegedly car jacked a vehicle that was being driven by an off-duty South Gate Police officer. According to Norwalk…

County officials react swiftly to Noguez stepping aside; Cooley calls case ‘ongoing, multi-faceted and active’

By Brian Hews 4:58 p.m. Reaction to Los Angeles County Assessor John R. Noguez decision to step aside Friday afternoon has prompted swift responses from Los Angeles County officials, including…

LA County Assessor Steps Aside Amid Investigation-LCCN Obtains Memo to Employees

LA County Assessor Steps Aside Amid Investigation-LCCN Obtains Memo to Employees

By Brian Hews   Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez submitted a “leave of absence” Friday afternoon, Los Cerritos Community newspaper can confirm. In a memo obtained by LCCN, Noguez…

Los Cerritos Community Newspaper publishes list of taxpayers who received reductions via indicted appraiser Schenter

Los Cerritos Community Newspaper publishes list of taxpayers who received reductions via indicted appraiser Schenter

By Brian Hews and Brian Hews A list of more than 170 properties that received massive property appraisal reductions under the guise of recently arrested Los Angeles County Property Appraisal…

Knabe, Baca unveil new sex trafficking campaign in LA County

Knabe, Baca unveil new sex trafficking campaign in LA County

Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe joined local law enforcement officials, Metro executives and local businesses to unveil a multimedia awareness campaign aimed at informing the public about the heinous…

Local baseball Coach Antonio Gomez, Convicted in Child Sex Abuse Case

LOS ANGELES – Following a day of deliberations, jurors today convicted a former middle school teacher accused of sexually abusing two teenage girls, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office…

Three Pico Rivera gang members arrested for kidnapping, torture

Three Pico Rivera residents, who are known “Rivera 13” gang members, were arrested last week for allegedly kidnapping a couple and torturing the male victim. The three suspects were apprehended…

Residents caught off guard as Cerritos Post Office is closed for fumigation

Residents caught off guard as Cerritos Post Office is closed for fumigation

By Brian Hews Cerritos residents found a huge surprise at the US Post Office located at 183rd Street and Carmentia Road on Memorial Day weekend when a massive fumigation tent…

Norwalk, Bellflower, Bell Gardens men arrested by ATF in undercover weapon selling operation

LOS ANGELES – The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) today announced the arrest of two defendants who were indicted on firearms violations after a six-month undercover investigation…

BREAKING: Missing Long Beach girls found unharmed; Mother arrested for child endangerment

By Brian Hews Two missing girls from Long Beach have been found alive on Saturday afternoon, according to members of the Long Beach Police Department. The girls, Demoy Cherie Goodwin,…

Hunt begins for two young missing sisters who vanished from local motel

By Brian Hews Law enforcement is looking for two young Long Beach girls that went missing on Friday morning from a Long Beach motel on East Pacific Coast Highway. According…

Scott Schenter pleads not guilty to 60 felony counts during Friday court appearance; Granted “special housing” in jail

Scott Schenter pleads not guilty to 60 felony counts during Friday court appearance; Granted “special housing” in jail

By Brian Hews Indicted ex-Los Angeles County Appraiser Scott Schenter has plead not guilty to 60 felony counts of fraud and unlawfully lowering almost 200 high end properties by more…

Cerritos College Hosts Chivas USA’s 
”Parent and Me Soccer Clinic”

Cerritos College Hosts Chivas USA’s 
”Parent and Me Soccer Clinic”

Nearly 70 preschoolers from the Cerritos College Child Development Center participated in a Chivas USA Parent and Me Soccer Clinic May 24 that was organized by Los Angeles Universal Preschool…

Survey Says Artesia Residents Value Public Safety, Local Control of Funds

Survey Says Artesia Residents Value Public Safety, Local Control of Funds

By Rico Dizon Public safety and street maintenance came up to be the top concerns of Artesia residents as revealed by the recent survey commissioned by the City to help…

Cerritos Mayor Jim Edwards highlights upcoming Memorial Day Ceremony

Cerritos Mayor Jim Edwards highlights upcoming Memorial Day Ceremony

By Cerritos Mayor Jim Edwards The City of Cerritos will hold a Memorial Day Ceremony to honor the fallen heroes of the United States Armed Forces who made the ultimate…

Volunteers on Patrol needed in Cerritos

The Cerritos Sheriff’s Station is seeking Volunteers on Patrol (VOPs). Patrolling the City in distinctly marked vehicles, VOPs assist with crime suppression, traffic control, vacation checks, special events and park…

Cerritos Crime Report for the Week of May 14-20

Los Cerritos Community Newspaper will continue to keep the community informed about weekly crimes in our community. This is from the Cerritos Sheriff’s Department for this past week of May…

La Mirada Weekly Crime Summary for May 14-20, 2012

The La Mirada Lamplighter and Los Cerritos Community Newspaper will continue to keep the community informed about weekly crimes in our community. This is from La Mirada for this past…

Cerritos fiscal picture described as ‘good’ despite RDA’s end

By Jerry Bernstein Mayor Jim Edwards and City Manager Art Gallucci described Cerritos as a city with a healthy environment and strong business community. Speaking at the State of the…

Water Board hopefuls square off in heated debate hosted by LCCN

Water Board hopefuls square off in heated debate hosted by LCCN

Candidates running for the Central Basin Water Board of Directors (District 5) held an “open debate” Thursday afternoon that featured incumbent Phil Hawkins and challengers Assemblyman Tony Mendoza and Cerritos…