The FBI is offering an award of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of a man accused of setting a police car on fire in Santa Monica while people were protesting over the death of George Floyd.
The start of school is just six weeks away for many students in Southern California, but despite the looming start date, many districts are still unsure about their own reopening plans.
Three teenagers have been arrested for allegedly looting and setting the popular Sake House in Santa Monica on fire.
The city of Santa Monica strengthened face-covering requirements on Thursday, setting designated fines for individuals who don't wear them when required.
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A Santa Monica restaurant manager was caught on video allegedly cutting a deal with looters to buy a freshly stolen television during the mass looting of the city on May 31st.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) announced a reward Monday for information leading to the arrest of the suspects responsible for stealing 29 firearms during a looting rampage in Santa Monica last week.
Authorities Tuesday announced a reward for information leading to the arrests of those responsible for burning down a Japanese restaurant in Santa Monica during looting and unrest last week near the Third Street Promenade.
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For the fourth night in a row, Los Angeles County issued a curfew order in order to prevent looting and violence that was reported earlier in the week as separate, peaceful protests over the death of George Floyd were held across the county.
Peaceful marches followed by lawless looting and vandalism in Santa Monica over the weekend led to over 400 arrests. According to the Santa Monica Police Department, 95% of those arrested were not city residents. Luckily, no one was seriously injured but many local merchants suffered property damage.
Cities and counties across Southern California are beginning to impose curfews again for Tuesday night in an attempt to curb civil unrest.
Two very different stories can be told about what happened over the weekend in Los Angeles and across the nation. One demonstrates solidarity among people of all races, doing whatever they can to make sure that the message isn't lost in translation: black individuals are not being treated as first-class citizens in the United States and the death of George Floyd can't be another statistic. The other attempts to distract from that message by whatever means possible in hopes of capitalizing on a divided nation in order to shatter our dreams of unity.
Over 400 individuals were arrested Sunday night in Santa Monica after a night filled with looting and unrest, but officials say 95% were individuals who traveled to the city.
As many demonstrators gathered for a peaceful protest to condemn police brutality in Santa Monica, California on Sunday, a group of individuals broke into several stores in the area, shattering glass and looting merchandise.
At sunrise Monday, volunteers with brooms and buckets began cleaning the trail of devastation left by looters who took to the streets as demonstrators were protesting the Minneaplis in-custody death of George Floyd.
At least two cities in Los Angeles County hard hit by looting during demonstrations protesting the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis plan imposed another curfew Monday to try to stop violence and looting that raged over the weekend, as religious, community and labor leaders call for an end to the demonstrations.
Looters attacked the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica on Sunday, the third straight day that local protests against police brutality were marred by criminal activity.
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