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Crime Blotter, September 10th ~ Los Angeles

Crime Blotter

You may have been hanging out and minding your own business over the weekend, but there's no rest for the wicked. Here are the top local crime stories that went down while you were out...

Top Crime Story: 3 Sought in Taco Shop Robbery
Three suspects were at large after robbing a Buena Park taco stand and a customer of about $900, police said. The holdup occurred about 11:45 p.m. Sunday at Tacos Mexico in the 7600 block of Knott Avenue, said Buena Park police Officer Gustavo Jimenez. The three men were described as between 5'10" and were wearing bandanas over their faces.

Man Shot to Death on Wilshire

Officers Kill Woman Who Took Own Child Hostage

Bodies Found in Malibu May be Simi Couple

Officers Save Alleged Arsonist From Own Fire

Domestic Dispute Turns Deadly in Crenshaw

Kansas Con Man Sells Fake Tribal Affiliation to Immigrants

Police Pursuit Video of the Week: Riding on Rims, Suspect Crashes Hard

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