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Headlines: Slim 400 Murder Suspects In Custody; Amazon Launching Drones In Northern California

7:14 AM PDT on June 14, 2022

Slim 400 memorial photo: via Rubenboogieon/Instagram

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—Michael Lanell Terry and Tamra Lynn Bell, suspects in the December shooting murder of rapper Slim 400 in Inglewood, have both been arrested and taken into custody. [The Source]

—A new study has named Los Angeles as the worst city for new buyers in the country. [California Globe]

—Amazon will launch its delivery-by-drone service in Northern California later this year. [The Verge]

—A 20-year-old woman and an 18-year-old woman were both killed in the same car during a suspected street racing collision in Compton. [KTLA]

—The Sheep Fire continues to burn in Wrightwood, leading to evacuations of residents. Firefighters are reporting 27% containment. [Yahoo!]

—A CHP officer was shot multiple times during a traffic stop in Studio City on Monday night and taken to the hospital in critical condition. [LAT]

—Mayor Eric Garcetti has signed a ban on flavored tobacco products that will go into effect at the beginning of 2023. [CBS]

—Park rangers and visitors alike are pissed off about recent graffiti left all over Yosemite National Park. [CNN]

—Two men are being sought for robbing a Culver City Shell station on Saturday. [KTLA]

—What is our responsibility for our government's wars? Tonight at Zocalo Public Square. [ZPS]

—El Taco Macho, a Fresno-based taco truck stolen over the weekend, has been successfully located with help from the community. [ABC30]

—R.I.P. Philip Baker Hall. The renowned "Hard Eight" and "Boogie Nights" actor died in Glendale at the age of 90 on Sunday. [ABC]

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