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Headlines: Takuma Burger Owner Defends Crowd From Attack In Mar Vista; A Rundown Of The Dodgers’ Walk-Up Songs

Takuma Fumoto, ready to get down at Takuma Burger

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—Takuma Fumoto, the owner of L.A.'s Takuma Burger truck reportedly defended a group of people being attacked by a man near his truck in Mar Vista last month, confronting the attacker and chasing him off after he grabbed an occupied baby stroller. [Instagram]

—A UC Berkeley poll finds that a majority of Angelenos want government action on curbing air pollution and fossil fuels in hopes of staving off the worsening effects of global warming. Then again, Angelenos also love fireworks. [LAT]

—Fontana has settled with California Attorney General Rob Bonta, who sued the city over ignoring a mandated environmental review process when approving Duke Realty's construction of a trucking warehouse next to Jurupa Hills High School. Duke Realty will have to dedicate $210,000 toward planting a landscaped buffer on the school's property and also provide a five-year supply of air filters to up to 1,750 nearby households. [LAT]

allegedly flouting a state-mandated environmental review process when it approved the construction of a trucking warehouse next to a high school,

—An LAPD pursuit led to a police SUV crashing into another vehicle in Hollywood this morning, leaving four hospitalized. [KTLA]

—Ryan Michael Reavis, one of three charged in dealing the drugs that killed rapper Mac Miller, received a sentence of nearly 11 years in prison for his role in the artist's passing. [Vulture]

—Here's a handy list of each of the Dodgers' walk-up songs, from Julio Urias' "Soy de Sinaloa" to Victor Gonzalez's "Mi Lindo Nayarit." [NBC]

—An arrest has been made in the Saturday hit-and-run crash in Griffith Park that killed a 77-year-old participating in a charity bike ride. [NBC]

—A dude says he was home watching TV in Hollywood on Sunday night when 4-5 thieves broke in and began rummaging through his shit. [KTLA]

—Police are investigating the recent shooting deaths of two homeless men in Pacoima. [LAT]

—A man died when getting out of his car at an Escondido car wash last Friday. [LAT]

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