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News Update: ICE Raids Delayed, Huntington Park’s New ‘RoboCop’ & Guerrilla’s New Late Night Menu

6:32 PM PDT on June 24, 2019

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    This is your LA TACO news update for Monday, June 24, 2019.

    Trump Delays ICE Raids  

    [dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]he Trump administration temporarily called off a series of ICE raids planned for Sunday.  According to reports, 140 Los Angelenos with deportation orders were at risk of being swept up in the raids. 

    The president Saturday announced a last minute delay of his order for the sweeps, which are now expected to happen in two weeks. 

    For some info on what to do in an ICE raid you can go here: Know Your Rights! 

    Huntington Park Has a Robocop 

    [dropcap size=big]H[/dropcap]P RoboCop was introduced last week by the Huntington Park Police Department. It is a surveillance robot equipped with several 360-degree high-definition cameras that record and feed live video to the HP Police Department.

    The robot has been seen rolling around Salt Lake Park for a few weeks now.

    The police department is calling it “an autonomous data machine” which basically means it’s out there collecting visual data. 

    With the growth of facial recognition technology and data mining in law enforcement, is hard to say what the police are going to do with all that video or “data.”

    Guerrilla Tacos Introduces New Late Night Menu

    Guerrilla Tacos is now open ‘til 2 am on Fridays and Saturdays with a special late night menu. The special menu is available from 11 pm until 2 am. Some of the special items include: specialty drinks, carne asada fries, taquitos, and much more. 

    And don’t forget, LA TACO members get a free taco with the purchase of a cocktail so make sure you sign up and become a member of LA TACO.

    Guerrilla Tacos is located at 2000 E. 7th Street in the Arts District.

    RELATED: The L.A. Taco Guide to Ordering Drinks at Guerrilla Tacos

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