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A hit-and-run on December 9 in Jurupa Valley resulted in a fatality. The identity of the victim is withheld pending family notification. Authorities are investigating.
Authorities in Waukegan are seeking a bank robbery suspect from a recent Bank of America heist. Described as a white male with a scruffy beard, he escaped with an undisclosed amount of money.
Los Angeles firefighters extinguished a fire at a Boyle Heights residence that spread to neighboring buildings in just 16 minutes, with no injuries reported.
A female hiker in Pacific Palisades was rescued via helicopter after suffering a lower leg injury, as ground assistance was impossible due to the terrain. LAFD coordinated a hoist operation for her safe retrieval.
A fire in a Woodlawn apartment building led to evacuations after a trash chute caught fire, with no injuries reported and the cause under investigation.
Boston police arrested 66-year-old Michael Johnson for possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine during a drug bust in Mattapan, seizing about 13.5 grams of the substance.
A 17-year-old was grazed by a bullet during a road rage incident in Texas. The altercation led to two cars crashing and the teen being hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. Law enforcement is investigating.
A man crashed his SUV into a Chicago building and fled, prompting a police chase. No injuries were reported, and the driver's identity remains unknown.
Gilroy Police seek public help to identify a “porch pirate” who stole packages in the Eagle Ridge neighborhood, sharing the suspect's image from surveillance footage.
A man was fatally shot in East Los Angeles, initiating a homicide investigation by the L.A. County Sheriff's Department, with few details and no suspects identified.
A fire in Brockton damaged a building, displacing nine people. Two heroes alerted residents, and a firefighter was injured. The cause is under investigation.
A crash on FM 1960 near Atascocita Shores in Harris County resulted in the closure of eastbound lanes, causing traffic disruptions and safety interventions from Constable Deputies.
The LAPD reported a use of force incident involving Forrest Perry, who threatened a bank manager and resisted an officer, leading to Perry's arrest without injuries.