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Security cameras, CCTV cameras, Digital surveillance cameras, Wireless cameras, Access control, Alarm system, Installation, Los Angeles
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25-Year-Old Man Convicted of Murder in 2011 Torture and Burning Death of Ontario Woman.
A man was convicted Tuesday in the torture and burning death of a 34-year-old Ontario woman in 2011.
A jury found Johnny Hernandez, 25, guilty of first-degree murder, torture, mayhem and arson causing the death of Maria Banuelos, the San Bernardino District Attorney’s Office announced in a news release.
On Oct. 22, 2011, Officers from the Ontario Police Department responded to an apartment complex and found Banuelos on fire, the D.A.’s office said.
Residents were still trying to give Banuelos aid when police arrived to the scene.
Prosecutors said in her last words, Banuelos was able to tell police who attacked her.
“Hector Meza set me on fire. He is abusive and obsessive,” Banuelos said.
Meza, 45, was the ex-boyfriend of Banuelos, according to a story in the Los Angeles Times. He was arrested hours after the attack and in January 2017 sentenced to life in state prison without the possibility of parole.
Before she was set on fire, the D.A.’s office said Banuelos had been hit in the head three times with “something consistent with a metal bar.”
She died two days after the attack.
Genese Ramirez, 27, Robert Zapata, 25, and Johnathan Zuniga, 30, were also arrested and linked to the deadly attack against Banuelos.
In March, Zuniga was sentenced to 25 years to life in state prison.
Zapata and Ramirez are set to appear in court later this month.
Hernandez faces up to life in state prison without the possibility of parole when he is sentenced in August.
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Man Dies After Being Shot Multiple Times in Long Beach; Gunman Sought.
A gunman is being sought in the fatal shooting of a man in Long Beach early Tuesday morning.
The shooting was reported about 2:45 a.m. in the 1700 block of Daisy Avenue, Long Beach Police Department Lt. Lopez said.
Officers arrived to find an adult Hispanic man down with multiple gunshot wounds to his upper body, Lopez said.
The unidentified victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
Investigators have not determined a motive for the shooting, which appeared to be random.
The shooter apparently fled the scene on a bicycle. No description was immediately available.
Police set up a perimeter at the scene to search for the gunman.
The shooting did not appear to be gang related, Lopez said.
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Woman Found Shot to Death in Carson: Sheriff’s Dept.
An investigation was underway after a woman was found shot to death in Carson early Sunday morning, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Deputies and fire personnel responded at 1:30 a.m. to the 18200 block of Towne Avenue after receiving a call about a person down, a news release stated. They found a Hispanic woman suffering from what appeared to be at least one gunshot wound to her body, the statement read.
The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, authorities said. Her identity was not released.
Officials said there was no description of the shooter.
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Burbank Police Take Suspect Into Custody Following Search, House Fire.
A suspect was taken into custody early Saturday morning following an hours-long search and house fire in Burbank, according to authorities.
Shortly before 10:30 p.m. on Friday, Burbank police were dispatched to investigate a reported restraining order violation at a house in the 1500 block of North Niagara Street. When they arrived, officers heard shots being fired and saw a fire at the residence, according to a news release.
Officers made contact with three people, who confirmed that shots had been fired and that the suspect was in the area, officials said. All three individuals were safely evacuated from the home and were not injured, the statement read.
Officers aboard an air support helicopter observed the suspect attempting to flee, authorities stated. A perimeter was established, and additional resources were dispatched to the scene. The Burbank Police Department SWAT team and K-9 officers, with help from both the Glendale and Pasadena police departments, conducted a search of the area.
The suspect was found at 3:15 a.m. in the backyard of a property in the 1400 block of Catalina Street, according to police. The suspect did not comply with officers’ directions, and a K-9 was deployed, the news release read. The suspect was taken into custody, and a firearm was recovered at the scene, according to the statement.
No shots were fired by officers during the incident, officials said. The suspect, who was not identified, was transported to be treated for injuries sustained during the apprehension by the K-9, authorities said.
The incident remained under investigation. No other details were released.
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Hollywood Hills Attack That Injured 1 Investigated as Hate Crime: LAPD
An attack that left a person injured in Hollywood Hills early Thursday is being investigated as a hate crime, Los Angeles Police Department officials said.
The incident occurred about 1:50 a.m. near the intersection of Argyle and Franklin avenues, Officer Jeff Lee told KTLA.
A man approached the victim, struck the victim with an unknown object and yelled out “I hate trannies” Lee said.
The man ran away and was described only as being between 20 and 30 years old.
The victim was treated and released at the scene, Lee said.
Police did not confirm that the victim was transgender, and only described the victim as being male. They also did not give a motive in the crime, but said it is being investigated as an assault with a deadly weapon and a hate crime.
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Driver Sought in Hit-and-Run Crash That Killed 75-Year-Old Woman in Rowland Heights.
Officers are asking the public for help Tuesday in their search for a hit-and-run driver that fatally struck a 75-year-old woman in Rowland Heights the day before.
The crash occurred Monday about 7:05 p.m. as the victim was crossing the street with her husband in the 1800 block of Saleroso Drive, the California Highway Patrol stated in a news release.
The woman was struck by a silver four-door Pontiac that was traveling southbound on Saleroso Drive.
Not only did the driver of the Pontiac not stop after the collision, but the victim’s husband said the driver accelerated after striking his wife.
The unidentified victim was taken to a local hospital, where she later died, the CHP stated.
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LAPD Investigating Discovery of Man’s Body Found in MacArthur Park Lake.
A man's body was found floating in MacArthur Park Lake early Saturday morning.
Authorities received a call of a body found around 1:45 a.m. at the lake, located at 653 S. Alvarado St., said Los Angeles Police Department officer Mike Lopez.
Lopez said there was "no indication" of foul play.
The LAPD is investigating and the the Los Angeles County coroner will perform an autopsy, Lopez stated.
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Hawaii Volcano’s Destructive Lava Is Now ‘Enough to Cover Manhattan 6.5 Feet Deep’: USGS
The Kilauea volcano erupted 36 days ago, and with it came massive ash clouds, earthquakes, mountains of lava and hundreds of evacuations on Hawaii’s big Island.
Since May 3, Kilauea’s lava, ash and rocks have destroyed about 600 homes, closed major highways and prompted health warnings.
It’s moving fast
The eruption has spewed out enough lava to fill 45,400 Olympic-sized pools since it started, the US Geological Survey said.
The lava is “enough to cover Manhattan 6.5 feet deep” and fill 11.3 million average dump trucks, it said.
It’s scalding hot
It’s not just bubbling out fast, it’s hot too. The eruption temperature of Kīlauea lava is a scalding 2,140 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the USGS.
“This is the hottest lava we’ve seen during this eruption,” Wendy Stovall, a scientist with USGS told CNN affiliate Hawaii News Now. “Lava can’t get hotter than where we are.”
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