Monday Morning Memo for November 6, 2017

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California initiative would expand DNA gathering, restrict early parole
A Democratic lawmaker on Monday proposed a ballot measure that would bar certain convicted rapists and sex traffickers from earning credits to reduce their sentences and expand the list of crimes for which a perpetrator’s DNA is collected. Assemblyman Jim Cooper of Elk Grove said he’s taking the measure to California voters because Democratic leaders repeatedly stonewalled legislation to enact similar changes.
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California could soon get access to more inmate DNA
A proposed ballot initiative attempts to keep prisoners locked up, and get more DNA into state databases. In 2014, voters passed a measure that would cut California’s prison population, by letting some criminals out of prison early, while reducing some violent crimes from felonies to misdemeanors. California lawmakers, law enforcement, and prosecutors want to reverse that. Shirley Derryberry waited four decades for closure.
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LAPD union calls for ‘urgent action’ on Hepatitis A vaccines after officer contracts virus
A Los Angeles police union says there’s an urgent need to acquire Hepatitis A vaccines for more than 1,000 police officers – a need brought into sharp focus after an officer recently contracted the virus that causes liver disease and inflammation. Craig Lally, president of the Los Angeles Police Protective League, wrote a letter to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday asking for “urgent action to ensure the safety of the approximately 1,600 police officers identified by the LAPD who are most at risk of being exposed to Hepatitis A due to their work assignment.”
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LA law enforcement celebrate state-of-the-art crime lab
When it comes to solving crimes and catching killers, it’s often science that helps make the case for investigators. On Monday, some of Los Angeles’ top law enforcement leaders showed off the high-tech tools in L.A. County’s crime lab for the 10th anniversary of the facility. The Hertzberg-Davis Forensic Science Center is the largest municipal crime lab in the nation and is a state-of-the-art CSI facility on the campus of Cal State LA.
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Parker Center, home to police dramas real and fictional, comes nearer to demolition
Parker Center, the famed Los Angeles Police Department headquarters known for its roles in both cop shows and real-life dramas, is taking another step toward demolition. The city’s Bureau of Engineering will hold a meeting Wednesday, inviting interested contractors to an information-outreach event to discuss the scope of work for the demolition of Parker Center.
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Students pledge to end campus bullying
Approximately 1,000 Santa Monica Boulevard Charter School students clad in orange shirts raised their right hands and swore not to participate in or allow bullying during a ceremony on Tuesday on the school’s playground. The event coincided with National Bullying Prevention Month in October and Unity Day on Oct. 25. Orange is the designated color for unity and bullying prevention, and the sea of orange on the playground showed the students are getting behind the message.
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LA takes step to ban torches, shields, pepper spray and more at protests, rallies
Pepper spray, open flame torches, certain types of signage and other objects that have been known to be used as weapons at protests and rallies will be banned under an ordinance tentatively approved Tuesday by the Los Angeles City Council. The council voted 13-1 to prohibit a dozen categories of items, ranging from everyday objects such as pieces of wood and glass bottles to items that are clearly weapons, such as firearms, knives and swords.
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NYPD radio traffic captures chaos of truck attack in Manhattan
Radio traffic from the New York Police Department depicts a chaotic scene as an officer confronts and shoots the suspect in a deadly truck attack in Manhattan Tuesday afternoon. The recording begins as an officer on his beat witnessed a rental truck collide with a school bus on West St. As the driver emerged from the truck, the officer confronted and shot the suspect.
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Judge postpones decision on whether adoptive parents of slain cop killer should lose their home
A federal judge on Friday postponed for one week a decision on whether the adoptive parents of the man who killed Sacramento sheriff’s Deputy Robert French should lose their home because he skipped out on his bail last summer. U.S. District Judge Susan Illston agreed to the delay after the attorney for the family of Thomas Littlecloud did not show up for a scheduled hearing on the forfeiture of their Castro Valley home.
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Disbarred lawyer’s equal protection claim unreviewable
The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has declined to consider the merits of a plaintiff’s contention that the State Bar denies equal protection by requiring disbarred lawyers, such as he, who seek reinstatement to have passed an attorney’s examination within three years before applying to get their bar licenses back, while allotting a five year period to those who withdrew without disciplinary charges pending.
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The suspect told police ‘give me a lawyer dog.’ The court says he wasn’t asking for a lawyer.
When a friend says, “I’ll hit you up later dog,” he is stating that he will call again sometime. He is not calling the person a “later dog.” But that’s not how the courts in Louisiana see it. And when a suspect in an interrogation told detectives to “just give me a lawyer dog,” the Louisiana Supreme Court ruled that the suspect was, in fact, asking for a “lawyer dog,” and not invoking his constitutional right to counsel.
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GM settles California suit over alleged defects concealment
General Motors has agreed to a $13.9 million settlement with Orange County, California, after prosecutors accused the auto giant of concealing serious safety defects to avoid costly recalls and part replacements. The lawsuit, filed in 2014, accused GM of deceptive business practices and unfair competition.
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Man convicted of triggering crash with stolen stove that killed L.A. County deputy sentenced to 16 years to life
A 41-year-old man who allowed a stolen stove to fly off the back of his pickup truck on the 91 Freeway in Anaheim, triggering a crash that killed a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy, was sentenced Friday to 16 years to life in prison, authorities said. Cole Allen Wilkins, of Long Beach, was found guilty last month of second-degree murder in connection to the fatal July 2006 crash, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.
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Montebello woman charged after allegedly defrauding 32 victims in immigration services scheme
A Montebello woman has been charged with 48 felony counts after she allegedly impersonated government officials and defrauded more than 30 victims seeking immigration services, according to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office. Prosecutors filed an arrest warrant Wednesday for Romina Aida Zadorian, 48, for fraudulent immigration services provided at a business at her residence.
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CHP officer arrested on suspicion of distributing child porn: Allegedly used social media app for crime
A California Highway Patrol officer made his initial court appearance Friday on charges of possessing and distributing child pornography. Arraignment was rescheduled to Dec. 12 for Robert Tamayo, 37, who was charged Thursday with one count each of distribution of child pornography and possession of child pornography.
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Jerry Brown and the state Democrats’ legacy is crime and homelessness
There’s not much the state of California does efficiently. If you need to get your license plates in the mail, want your tax refund, or God forbid need Sacramento to fix a clerical error, you need the patience of a saint – the bureaucrats will do things in their own sweet time, whether you like it or not. But when it comes to the wholesale emptying of the prisons, they’re Johnny-on-the-spot.
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Why LA County wants to expand involuntary psych holds for some homeless
Los Angeles County is preparing to ask the state legislature to expand the legal definition of “grave disability” to give officials more power to put certain homeless individuals on involuntary psychiatric holds. The move, which takes the county into uncertain ethical territory, is motivated by a desire to provide crucial medical help to those with mental health issues who refuse to get the care they need.
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LA County plans ‘game-changing’ village of health services for homeless
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to create a “village” of services for homeless individuals and others in need on the LAC+USC Medical Center campus. Supervisor Hilda Solis championed what she dubbed a “Restorative Care Village” for the county’s most vulnerable populations. “This is not business as usual,” Solis said. “This is community first.”
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Hope for homeless: Will they work cleaning streets?
A Los Angeles City Council committee Wednesday will consider a plan to employ homeless people to clean litter and trash from streets, sidewalks and alleys. According to the City Council motion that would create a pilot program, the city receives an average of 200 requests per day through its 311 mobile app and website regarding dumping, debris and other trash-related nuisances, and trash is also consistently one of the three top reported issues to 311.
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Former District Attorney, Pasadenan John Van de Kamp, six others remembered on Criminal Justice Wall of Fame
Former District Attorney John Van de Kamp, a lifetime Pasadena resident before he passed away in March, was honored Friday along with a former presiding judge and five defense attorneys at the Judges Arthur L. Alarcón and Warren L. Ettinger Criminal Justice Wall of Fame ceremony in downtown Los Angeles.
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Jack Kirschke’s double-murder was Long Beach’s ‘Trial of the Century’
It’s been 50 years now since Long Beach’s Trial of the Century. Jack and Elaine Kirschke ran with the city’s fastest crowd, seen at all the right scenes and living the sweet, good life in their waterfront home on Rivo Alto Canal in Naples. He was an L.A. County deputy district attorney, chief of the Downey office, and an officer in the Long Beach Yacht Club. His wife was a former model and fashion designer.
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Foes of jail construction plan protest in downtown L.A.
About two dozen demonstrators interrupted the Board of Supervisors meeting inside the Los Angeles County Hall of Administration on Tuesday to protest a jail construction plan in the county. The activists, bound together by gray plastic shackles, stood up and started speaking over the supervisors, asking them to declare a moratorium on the jail project.
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Study finds elevated levels of dangerous chemicals in Porter Ranch residents
An independent health study released earlier this month showed elevated levels of carcinogens in residents living near Aliso Canyon, the site of the massive 2015 natural gas blowout in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. Dr. Jeffrey Nordella, a family practice physician in Porter Ranch, near Aliso Canyon, tested 120 patients just after the gas leak was capped in February 2016 and followed up months later.
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Lawsuits, costs continue to mount in gas leak
Two years after a natural gas well blew open near Porter Ranch, the cost of the nation’s largest-ever accidental gas leak continues to mount. So do the number of lawsuits it’s triggered, according to Southern California Gas Company’s third quarter report, released this week. The cost of the Aliso Canyon gas leak is up to $841 million as of Sept. 30. That’s up $9 million dollars over the last three months, the report said.
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Effectiveness of California crime laws fuels debate
Another round of the debate over crime and punishment is opening in California, where lawmakers and voters in recent years have added some elements of leniency to a justice system that has long been one of the nation’s most punitive. A new study and a proposed ballot measure gave conflicting grades this week to the wave of changes in state law.
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Edison, the wires and the trees: Letters
Regarding your Oct. 24 article, “Edison changes its tree-trimming plan,” let’s not start high-fiving each other quite yet. Yes, SCE and Los Angeles County sent representatives who listened patiently to some very upset people. Yes, a compromise was reached about the type of cable that would be installed in sensitive areas where historic trees would be affected.
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Is Prop. 47, which reduced some sentences, partly to blame for more officer-involved shootings? Experts are wary about making that link
A man wounded by Huntington Beach police gunfire in an altercation in September had a previous felony drug conviction that was reduced to a misdemeanor in accord with a 2014 state ballot measure that downgraded some drug and theft charges, Orange County Superior Court records show. In July 2014 – four months before voters passed Proposition 47 – Garrett Meyer pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance.
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Santa Monica number one in property crime among California cities of similar size
Santa Monica continued a trend last year that left California cities with similarly sized populations far behind: It ranked number one in property crime. The seaside city had more property crime than a dozen cities roughly the same population total of 93,921 people, according to an analysis by The Lookout of the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report released last month.
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Official: Funding shortfalls plaguing prison realignment program
Riverside County agencies are carrying heavier burdens stemming from state public safety realignment enacted six years ago, partly because funds provided by the state to cover increased costs borne by the county are shrinking annually, Chief Probation Officer Mark Hake told the Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
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AB 450: California’s law of unintended immigration consequences
The California legislature and Governor Jerry Brown have once again entered the immigration fray. This foray is not about its Sanctuary State legislation, recently enacted, and promptly decried by U.S. Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III as “unconscionable”, and by Thomas Homan, Acting Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), as “[forcing his] hand,” and causing him to “quadruple workplace crackdowns.”
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California’s Brown appoints 34 superior court judges
California Gov. Jerry Brown announced the appointment of 34 new judges to state superior courts on Thursday, selecting a balance of prosecutors and defenders, court commissioners, and lawyers in private practice that reflects California’s racial and ethnic diversity – though most of the choices are Democrats. Barbara A. Dickinson, 56, of Oakland, an assistant public defender since 2013, and public defender since 1989 has been appointed to the Alameda County Superior Court.
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California government still favors the same old white men
When it comes to diversity, California is on a different plane. It’s a state where minorities compose the majority, where women like Dianne Feinstein, Nancy Pelosi and Kamala Harris are national leaders, and where the mayor of its biggest city speaks Spanish and touts his Mexican heritage.
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California’s Capitol always has been a sexual playground with bullies from both parties. Now, empowered women could change things
ace it, a few men are pigs. Creeps. They’re the sexual harassers. We’ve known about them all our lives, even if most of us have diverted our eyes. They’re every place where men hold power over women. They especially infect the movie industry and politics. I don’t know about Hollywood. But I’ve been closely watching Sacramento for half a century.
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California’s gas tax on its way up
In the State of California, there are a variety of sources of funding for transportation purposes, including funding for the state highway system and the local streets and roads system. These funding sources include fuel excise taxes, commercial vehicle weight fees, local transactions and use taxes, and federal funds. Because of legislation earlier this year, SB 1 (Beall), motorists’ gas taxes will be increased to address deferred maintenance on the state highway system and the local streets and roads system.
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France honors Roman Polanski, a convicted child rapist, as women take to the streets
As France is still reeling from the recent allegations against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein-among them accusations ranging from sexual harassment to sexual assault from several prominent French actresses-another famously infamous man of the movies is yet again in the spotlight.
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New accusers expand Harvey Weinstein sexual assault claims back to ’70s
Hope Exiner d’Amore said Harvey Weinstein raped her in a hotel room in the 1970s, when he was a young concert promoter in Buffalo. Cynthia Burr said that during this time, he assaulted her in an encounter that began in an elevator and ended with forced oral sex in a hallway. Ashley Matthau, a dancer with a bit part in one of his movies, said that in 2004, he pushed her down on a bed and masturbated while straddling her.
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Weinstein offered Rose McGowan $1 million before explosive story: report
According to the Times, McGowan stated she received the offer through her lawyer in September, and that it came from a source close to Weinstein. Though McGowan reached a settlement with Weinstein for $US100,000 in 1997, she realised over the summer that the contract had not included a confidentiality clause. “I had all these people I’m paying telling me to take it so that I could fund my art,” McGowan told the Times.
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Vegas Shooting Forces drastic Hollywood Bowl security measure
The Hollywood Bowl’s taken a gigantic proactive step to prevent a psychopath from unleashing a deadly assault similar to the Las Vegas shooter — by closing and patrolling a park with unobstructed views of the venue from afar. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … the Bowl’s new security plan will now extend some approximately 900 feet from the venue at the famous Mulholland Overlook Park … popular among tourists for its picturesque views of DTLA and, of course, the Bowl.
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Assemblyman wants worker’s comp for off-duty CA cops hurt in Vegas massacre
In response to Southern California police officers being denied injury benefits for wounds they sustained in the Las Vegas mass-shooting, an Anaheim state assemblyman is proposing legislation to require compensation for officers hurt off duty while responding to out-of-state crimes. Assemblyman Tom Daly, D-Anaheim, plans to introduce legislation “to eliminate any ambiguity in the law” after Orange County rejected workers’ compensation claims last week from four of its deputies injured in the Las Vegas shooting.
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Confusion coming with California’s legal marijuana
Los Angeles and San Francisco are among many cities still struggling to fashion local rules for pot shops and growers. Without the regulations, there could be limited options in many places for consumers eager to ring in the new year with a legal pot purchase.”The bulk of folks probably are not going to be ready Jan. 1,” conceded Cara Martinson of the California State Association of Counties.
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Another cultural tipping point? Cannabis ads appear in TSA checkpoint trays at Ontario airport
How do I know this moment of transformation is upon us? Because Friday morning, I went through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at Ontario International Airport and saw it with my own eyes. A sticker that covered the bottom of the tray for my belongings said in huge block letters: “CANNABIS IS LEGAL.” There was some fine print near the bottom: “Traveling with it is not. Leave it in California.”
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Federal prohibition left California cannabis farmers without insurance or banks when wildfires struck
Northern California has been devastated by a series of vicious wildfires over the past month. Some 8,900 buildings have been destroyed, 43 people have been killed, and another 100,000 were forced to evacuate their homes. The fires have hit agribusiness hard as well, with the flames sparing neither the region’s famous vineyards nor its newly legal marijuana fields.
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Man who fired at deputies before being shot in Compton was released from prison weeks before: LASD

A 20-year-old man who was shot after allegedly firing on deputies while they conducted a traffic stop in Compton had been released from prison weeks earlier, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said Friday. Ricardo Cendejes got out of prison on Sept. 26 under Post-Release Community Supervision, according to a sheriff’s news release.
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Authorities search for inmate who ‘walked away’ from Los Angeles County Prison: Officials
A California State Prison-Los Angeles County inmate escaped from prison after he “walked away” from the facility, officials said Sunday. Authorities are looking for Jason Kohr, a 36-year-old minimum-security inmate, after he was discovered missing during an institutional count at 9 p.m. Saturday.
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California governor rejects parole for ex-Mexican Mafia head
Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday blocked parole for a former Mexican Mafia prison gang leader, saying he remains a danger to society despite efforts to turn his life around and years of cooperating with law enforcement. For the third time in as many years, Brown reversed a state parole panel decision that Rene “Boxer” Enriquez should be freed from jail.
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Transitional prisoner arrested in Pomona after walking away from El Monte program
A woman who walked away from a transitional treatment program was apprehended in Pomona on Friday, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation officials announced. Agents from the correction’s department special service unit followed a car to a liquor store, where they saw Jaimee Hammer, 28, leave the vehicle.
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Folsom Prison inmate was on the loose for five days – until someone recognized him
An inmate who walked away from a minimum-security housing facility last week at Folsom State Prison was captured Tuesday in Rancho Cordova after a violent struggle. A resident’s tip led authorities to Todd Willis, 52, who was reported walking near Coloma Road and Rossmoor Drive, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
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Amazon and Ebay opened Pandora’s Box of Chinese counterfeits and now don’t know what to do
A few years ago in California, a professional cartoonist, a designer of golf putters, a surfer, and a self-professed geek got together and formed a company. No, this isn’t the start of a bad joke, it’s the very real story of four guys and one good idea – a story of grassroots entrepreneurship and the struggle of the little guy against the tides of global e-commerce.
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LACBA close to selecting new executive director-Meyer
The Los Angeles County Bar Association is nearing the selection of a new executive director, the group’s president, Michael E. Meyer, told members of the Board of Trustees at its monthly meeting Thursday night, saying he hopes a choice will be made Nov. 7, pending a check of references. He invited all trustees to attend a vetting session that night at which the three finalists-whose names were not disclosed-will make presentations and be interviewed.
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Effectiveness of California crime laws fuels debate
Another round of the debate over crime and punishment is opening in California, where lawmakers and voters in recent years have added some elements of leniency to a justice system that has long been one of the nation’s most punitive. A new study and a proposed ballot measure gave conflicting grades this week to the wave of changes in state law.
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