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Top LA news: 4 LAPD employees contract virus; 1 arrested in toilet paper dispute: authorities; more

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Los Angeles.

Appeals court panel orders case against religious leader to be dismissed

A state appeals court panel Tuesday ordered a Los Angeles Superior Court judge to dismiss the case against the leader of a Mexico-based megachurch, who was charged last year with rape and other sexual acts against children in Southern California.

Read the full story on Fox 11 Los Angeles.

4 more LAPD employees and 2 more LAFD employees contract COVID-19

Four additional Los Angeles Police Department employees tested positive for COVID-19, the city's Emergency Operations Center reported on Tuesday, bringing the total to 47.

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Officials: 1 arrested in family dispute over toilet paper in Santa Clarita Valley

One person was arrested following a family dispute over toilet paper in the Santa Clarita Valley, authorities said Tuesday.

Read the full story on KTLA 5 News.

US judge won't block gun store closures in Los Angeles

A judge is refusing to block Los Angeles officials from shutting down gun stores as nonessential businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read the full story on Los Angeles Times.

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