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Crime Blotter, November 29th, 2007 ~ City of Los Angeles

LA CRIME BLOTTER LA TACO YEAH

Ah! How I hate the crimes of the new generation: they are dry and sterile as darnel. -- Sartre

COCKFIGHT: 7 Busted at Bird Battledrome
KIND BUDS: Cops Ordered to Return Medical Marijuana
INGLEWOOD: 3 Dead in Apparent Murder-Suicide
5th&Hill: LA Prosecutors Target Gang With No-Go Area
RAMPART: Dog Shot and Killed by LAPD Officer
ERIN?: Cops Seek Help in Identifying Body by Tattoos
RIALTO: Rodney King Shot in Face with Pellet Gun

Crime Video of the Week: Trailer for Michael Mann's Heat

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