LAPD's 'Trick Shot Cop' scores on the basketball court

When you see Los Angeles Police Department Sergeant Arius George in uniform, it might not surprise you to hear he was a high school athlete. It's when he shoots and scores on the basketball court that will leave you stunned!  The African-American officer has earned the name "Trick Shot Cop" and is using the unique talent to break barriers between police and the community.

LAPD searching for protesters who vandalized Van Nuys Police Station

Los Angeles police are searching for members of a group of protesters, numbering about 50, who demonstrated outside the department's Van Nuys station, burned an American flag, sprayed graffiti on the building and harassed several officers inside a cruiser before leaving the scene.  

LAPD mentee from South LA now in college

If it weren't for the coronavirus DeJohn Linarez would be excited about a community basketball game. It's something he'd wanted to host for his South LA community before the pandemic shut things down. Linarez is a 19-year-old college student with an unlikely mentor, an LAPD officer. Sgt. Keith Mott mentored Linarez through a program called Bigs in Blue tied to the Big Brothers Big Sisters national program.