Wednesday, June 23, 2010

$1,000,000 Dollar bail for women accused of Killing Model, From Bail Bondsman in Santa Monica

A Camarillo woman was charged Monday in the slaying two years ago of an aspiring model who was found dead in her Santa Monica condo.


L.A. County prosecutors formally charged Kelly Soo Park, 44, in the killing of 21-year-old Juliana Redding.

Park's roommate, Ronnie Wayne Case, also was arrested by Santa Monica police detectives, but the district attorney's office declined Monday to charge the 34-year-old, pending further investigation.

Authorities remained tightlipped about Park's connection to the slain model, or any potential motive, saying that detectives may still be tracking other suspects. How she was connected to the slaying two years later remained unclear.

The arrests were made last week in Camarillo, said Santa Monica police Sgt. Jay Trisler. Park was scheduled to be arraigned Monday on one count of murder in Los Angeles.


Redding's slaying set off shockwaves in the affluent neighborhood around Santa Monica Boulevard and Centinela Avenue, where rent for one-bedroom apartments can exceed $2,000 a month.

The Arizona native moved to Los Angeles to pursue work as an actress and model. Her photo appeared in Maxim magazine's Hometown Hotties feature.

Along with modeling gigs, she worked at a Venice tapas bar. Police were dispatched to her condo after her mother called from Tucson to tell them that her daughter had not been returning phone calls. Redding's body showed signs of physical assault.

Santa Monica police said they devoted "thousands" of hours to the investigation, working in cooperation with other law enforcement agencies and the FBI.

Park, who was arrested without incident, faces 25 years to life, if convicted. Records show she held a real estate license for a period and lived in Thousand Oaks before moving to Camarillo.

Anyone who knows the suspects or has information regarding Redding's death is asked to call police at (310) 458-8488.

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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Maywood Police Department to be no more, From Bail Bondsman in Maywood

Barely a year after promising to reform its chronically troubled police force, the city of Maywood announced Wednesday that it would disband the 60-member department effective June 30.

City officials said the closure was caused by the city's loss of insurance. Earlier this month, the California Joint Powers Insurance Authority notified Maywood that it was terminating general liability and workers' compensation coverage because the city posed too high a risk. An excessive number of claims filed against the Police Department, and the city's failure to hire a permanent city manager, were among the highest risk factors, according to the agency.

"We don't have an alternative," Councilman Felipe Aguirre said "Nobody will insure us, not as long as we have the Police Department, even though we haven't had any claims filed against us recently."

The City Council will meet Monday to discuss what happens next — whether the city will contract with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department or the city of Bell for police services.

The Maywood-Cudahy Police Department patrolled a gritty, two-square-mile area that includes Maywood and Cudahy, which has a population of about 70,000 — almost half of their residents undocumented — just south of Los Angeles. Until recently, the force appeared to function as a virtual refuge for misfit police officers. Although the city instituted numerous reforms under a year-old consent decree, officials said it was still too early to say whether the department had successfully turned itself around.

"It's hard to accept," Police Chief Frank Hauptmann said. "I really felt we made that turn … and to find that it ended this way makes it difficult for the members of the department and community members who supported the Police Department."

In April 2007, the California attorney general's office launched an investigation into the department after the Los Angeles Times reported that roughly a third of the department's officers had been forced out of previous police jobs or had brushes with the law.

The attorney general's report concluded that the department was "permeated with sexual innuendo, harassment, vulgarity, discourtesy to members of the public as well as among officers, and a lack of cultural, racial and ethnic sensitivity and respect." The probe also found that officers routinely used excessive force, made arrests without probable cause and failed to investigate complaints.

As a result of that probe, the city approved a stipulated court order to reform the department. Among other requirements, the department was directed to install video cameras in the police station and in police vehicles. Officers also were required to carry digital recorders on patrol.

On Wednesday, the attorney general's office said the department had gone 11 months into a reform process that was expected to last three years. "While progress has been made over the past year, the Maywood Police Department is still in the early stages of reform," said Evan Westrup, a spokesman for Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown.

The Maywood Police Department also patrolled Cudahy, although tensions had grown between the two cities. Maywood officials say their decision to disband the Police Department will not leave residents of the cities unprotected.

For several months, Maywood has been considering a plan to create a joint law enforcement agency with neighboring Bell. In a recent interview, Bell Police Chief Randy Adams said his force was ready to assist.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has been contacted by Maywood officials, sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said.

Talks about the possibility of contracting with the Sheriff's Department to take over policing in the city were informal, Whitmore said. There have been no specific negotiations over costs or timelines, he said.

"If Maywood would lose its ability to have a police force, we would certainly be there to fill in," Whitmore said.

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Compton City owes $5.7 million to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, From Bail Bondsman in Compton

The city also owes $100,00 in late fees for failing to pay its bill, which calls into question whether it has enough money to go ahead with the council's plan to resurrect its own police force.
The city of Compton owes the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department $5.7 million for law enforcement services and an additional $100,000 in late fees for failing to pay its bill, authorities said.

Compton's financial problems come as the city plans to eliminate its contract with the Sheriff's Department and reorganize its own police force. The city already has put away almost $20 million for startup costs.

Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said Compton has ignored verbal and written requests from the department for payment. Of the more than three dozen cities that contract law enforcement services from the Sheriff's Department, Compton is the only one accruing late fees, Whitmore said.
Compton officials acknowledged that the city owes the money and will pay up, blaming the holdup on poor communication within the city bureaucracy. They also said the financial flap with the Sheriff's Department would not affect their plans of reactivating their own police agency.

Compton disbanded its local police force 10 years ago amid startlingly high violent crime rates, and tensions between elected officials and the old Compton Police Department.

Ever since, it has contracted with the Sheriff's Department for law enforcement services. During surges in violence, the sheriff has pumped extra resources into the community, often at no extra cost.

Sheriff Lee Baca expressed doubt that the city could manage its own department.

"What a city is doing today is a direct reflection of what they're going to do tomorrow," Baca said in a statement. "The city is not paying its bills today, how can it pay 20 million dollars or so for its own police department[?]"

Compton City Council members voted earlier this month to authorize the formation of an independent local police force, hoping to return a sense of pride and accountability to the city.

"We do owe them money and we will be paying," said City Manager Charles Evans. "It will have no impact on our ability to operate, run and maintain an effective police department, and we will do that."

Council members Yvonne Arceneaux and Willie Jones said the debt's existence had not been brought to the council's attention.

Critics of resurrecting the Compton Police Department say the debt puts into doubt the city's ability to complete the gargantuan task of forming its own police department.

"The elected leaders in the city of Compton are incompetent," said community activist Joyce Kelly. "I don't understand how we owe the sheriff millions of dollars, and there's still millions of dollars in holding to bring back the Compton police."

The debt dates to November, and includes general deputy services, along with extras, such as presences at the city's Christmas parade and other events. Late fees start to be applied after a two-month grace period, amounting to about 10% of the debt annually.

Whitmore said the department's concern existed before city officials voted to form their own police department.

"It's getting to the point where we are starting to get concerned," he said. "This is extremely rare to be this behind.... No other city, not even close."

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Saturday, June 12, 2010

Arrested, Fired L.A. County worker arrested in tax fraud case, From Bail Bondsman in Los Angeles

Trang Van Dinh of Glendale was detained after returning from Vietnam. Accused of using welfare applicants' information to seek $2 million in bogus returns, he had been indicted on multiple counts.

Federal authorities this week arrested a former Los Angeles County worker who allegedly used the personal information of more than 150 welfare applicants to file nearly $2 million in fraudulent claims for tax refunds.

Trang Van Dinh, a 62-year-old resident of Glendale, worked for the county for a decade and filed the returns in a desperate attempt to pay gambling debts, county auditors said.

Dinh was arrested Monday as he returned from a trip to Vietnam, two months after a federal grand jury indicted him on 11 counts of making false claims to the Internal Revenue Service and 11 counts of identity theft. If convicted of all charges, Dinh could face a maximum of 220 years in federal prison.

His arrest comes months after Dinh was fired from his county job after acknowledging wrongdoing in an interview with county investigators, said Guy Zelenski, chief investigator for the county auditor-controller. County officials spoke to Dinh after IRS investigators notified them of their suspicions.

"He thought he could pay the IRS back and he would have no problems," Zelenski said.

The IRS investigation found that Dinh used the names, Social Security numbers and other identifying information of more than 150 people in his caseload to prepare the fraudulent tax returns.

Dinh filed his returns electronically and sought to have tax refunds sent directly to bank accounts he controlled, according to federal prosecutors.

The returns sought about $1.9 million in refunds from the IRS, which had paid about $1 million of the fraudulent claims before discovering something was amiss. Although bank officials were able to freeze some of the funds, IRS officials estimate that Dinh got about $650,000 in fraudulent refunds.

Despite Dinh's apparent admission to county officials last year, it took time before the U.S. attorney's office was able to win an indictment against him. In the interim he was able to leave the country to travel to Vietnam.

It was unclear when investigators gave the case to the U.S. attorney's office. Once filed, it required approval from officials in Washington before an indictment could be sought from the grand jury.

"The bottom line is that he left the country before he was charged, and we really don't have the ability to stop a person from leaving the country simply because they are suspected of fraudulent activity," Assistant U.S. Atty. Angela J. Davis said. "The government absolutely prioritized the case."

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BAILED OUT!, Former O.C. deputy arrested over car crash, From Bail Bondsman in O.C.

The Laguna Niguel man is accused of injuring a woman while driving under the influence of prescription drugs. The incident occurred March 1, when he was a member of the Sheriff's Department.

A former Orange County sheriff's deputy was arrested and charged Wednesday with injuring a 78-year-old woman in a car crash while driving under the influence of prescription drugs — his second auto accident of the evening, authorities said.


Allan James Waters, 36, of Laguna Niguel is accused of driving under the influence of the prescription drugs zolpidem and hydrocodone. Waters was off-duty at the time of the accident and is no longer with the department.

The incident began when Waters allegedly smashed into a vehicle in front of him that had stopped for a red light about 4:45 p.m. March 1 on Street of the Golden Lantern in Dana Point, prosecutors said.

Deputies from the Orange County Sheriff's Department responded and released Waters and the other driver after taking a report. The deputies were aware that Waters was a deputy, according to the district attorney's office.

About seven minutes later, Waters allegedly began driving erratically on Golden Lantern and almost crashed into a passing motorist. Multiple drivers called 911 to report his driving, the district attorney's office said.

Waters then swerved into another car and smashed into the vehicle carrying the woman, authorities said. She sustained a back injury and later underwent surgery, the district attorney's office said.

Assistant Sheriff Mike James said deputies did not detain Waters after the first accident because he showed no "objective signs of intoxication" when he was questioned.

Deputies responding to the accident involving the woman called the California Highway Patrol. Waters allegedly showed signs of drug intoxication, including slurred speech, a lack of balance and trouble following directions.

As investigators launched their case, they began examining suspected drug-related activity by Waters.

Prosecutors said he met a friend after arranging to receive the prescription drugs Opana and OxyContin in exchange for money and cocaine. Waters is accused of providing the friend with a fake white powdery substance under the pretense that it was cocaine, according to the district attorney's office.

Waters is charged with one felony count of driving under the influence causing bodily injury and two felony counts of selling a substance in lieu of cocaine, with a sentencing enhancement for causing great bodily injury.

Allan Waters has been released on bail, we will provide more information as it relates to bail as we receive it.

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Friday, June 11, 2010

REVENUE MANAGEMENT SERVICE, COLLECTION COMPANY OR FRAUD?

UPDATE 5-12-10


BELOW IS THE COMPANY'S RESPONSE TO MY COMPLAINT TO THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU. MANY PEOPLE HAVE CALLED ME REGARDING MY NEGATIVE REVIEW AND THIS BLATANT LIE OF A REBUTTAL SAYS IT ALL, PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT I HAVE EVIDENCE THAT THIS COMPANY HAS COLLECTED OVER $2,000 ON ONE ACCOUNT.

PLEASE REVIEW THEIR COMMENTS..

Company's Initial Response - Posted 05/11/2010

Jeff Chavez is grossly mistaken. The court hearing he is referring to was in a small claims court where an attorney is not allowed to attend. He was contact and was told we wouldnt be there and appropriate data would be sent in our place considering we couldnt attend a small claims matter. He was advised he could attend but was his choice. Jeff Chavez has grossly misread the case minutes and is completely mistaken on the course of events. There has been ZERO money dispersed from the bank levy and RMS is in receipt of NO monies from this case. Had he read the file or called he would have been advised accordingly.

Initial Response Summary

Jeff Chavez was advise to quit barating our staff and advised of the details of his case. He was instructed to contact Legal Affairs directly should he have any questions.





UPDATE 5-5-10

REGARDING CASE IN SAN BERNARDINO

I JUST SPOKE TO THE CLIENT SHE HAS NOTIFIED ME THAT THE COLLECTION COMPANY HAS TAKEN AROUND $2,000 FROM HER AND ALSO THEY HAD A COURT APPEARANCE IN MID APRIL IN WHICH THEY FAILED TO APPEAR. IT LOOKS LIKE I MAY NEED A COLLECTION COMPANY TO COLLECT FROM THIS COLLECTION COMPANY!



UPDATE 5-4-10

THE FOLLOWING IS AN UPDATE TO THE REVIEW BELOW.

AT 5:00 THIS MORNING I RECEIVED A CALL FROM "CALL ME FOR NAME" SAYING THAT I DON'T HAVE MY FACTS CORRECT. THATS RIGHT 5:00 AM HE CALLS ME TO SAY I AM GROSSELY INCORRECT WITH MY FACTS, SO LET ME LAY OUT A FEW FACTS FOR ANYONE LOOKING TO DO BUSINESS WITH THIS COMPANY.



FACT 1. I PAID $495.00 (ON 4/20/09) FOR COLLECTION SERVICES AND $900.00 (ON 9/9/09) FOR THEM TO GARNISH WAGES ON 2 CLIENTS, KEEP IN MIND I ALREADY HAD THE JUDGEMENTS.



FACT 2. ON ONE CLIENT NOTHING HAS BEEN DONE WITH THE CASE THROUGH THE COURT HOUSE...NO WRIT FILED AS TO DATE Case Number: 09S00357 LA SUPERIOR COURT



FACT 3. ON 11-23-10, ON MY OTHER CASE OUT OF SAN BERNADINO COUNTY THE MINUTES STATE THE FOLLOWING:

JUDGE PRO TEM: BRUCE AUSTIN PRESIDING

CLERK: CHYRILL INCIONG

-

APPEARANCES:

PARTIES NOT PRESENT: JEFF CHAVEZ

PARTIES NOT PRESENT: NAME WITHHELD

-

PROCEEDINGS:

POST DISPOSITION HEARING HELD

09:38

CLAIM OF EXEMPTION DENIED.

THE LEVYING OFFICER IS DIRECTED TO RELEASE ANY MONIES HELD TO THE JUDGMENT CREDITOR FOR PAYMENT ON THE JUDGMENT.



FACT 4. ON 2-4-10 CASE INFO FOR SAN BERNADINO CASE STATES THE FOLLOWING:

02/04/2010 WRIT OF EXECUTION ISSUED TO LOS ANGELES COUNTY ( PLACED IN EDP ATTY BIN ON 021010 )

(OVER 2 MONTHS LATER)

(QUESTION) WAS MONEY RECEIVED FROM CLIENT?

(ANSWER) I HAVE CONTACTED THE CLIENT AND HOPEFULLY I WILL HAVE ANSWER SOON, WILL UPDATE REVIEW WHEN I RECEIVE THE ANSWER



FACT 5:THEIR REPRESENATIVE CALLING AT 5:00 IN THE MORNING IS HIGHLY UNACCEPTABLE AND IT FURTHER SHOWS ME THE TYPE OF COMPANY THAT I HAD THE MISFORTUNE OF DEALING WITH.



FACT 6. I HAVE MUCH MORE INFOMATION FOR ANYONE LOOKING FOR DETAILS ON THIS COMPANY. IF YOU WISH TO CONTACT ME PLEASE DO, MY NUMBER IS 562-864-4893,

FOR NORMAL PEOPLE I DON'T THINK I NEED TO STATE A PROPER TIME TO CALL.



_______________END OF UPDATE_________________



I AM THE OWNER OF ALL AMERICAN BAIL BONDS IN LOS ANGELES, AND I HIRED THIS COMPANY FOR A TOTAL OF $1395 AND THE FOLLOWING IS A COMPLAINT I FILED WITH THE B.B.B.



IF YOUR A BUSINESS OWNER LOOKING FOR A COLLECTION COMPANY STEER YOURSELF AWAY FROM THIS COMPANY.



IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HEAR MORE ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE PLEASE CALL ME DIRECTLY AT 562-864-4893. IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFO ON MY COMPANY PLEASE VISIT www.allamericanbailbonds.net.

WE HAVE BEEN OPERATING A BAIL BONDING SERVICE FOR OVER 10 YEARS AND WE ARE RATED A+ WITH BBB!



THE GENTLEMAN THAT I HAVE DEALT WITH IS DEREK CARMICHAEL. DEREK PROMISED TO COLLECT ON TWO JUDGEMENTS THAT I HAD ON TWO BAIL CLIENTS. I HAD ORIGINALLY HIRED HIS COMPANY BACK ON 4/20/09 TO COLLECT ON PAST DUE ACCOUNTS FOR $495, BUT ON 9/09/09 I HIRED HIS COMPANY TO COLLECT ON THE TWO JUDGMENTS FOR $900.

I HAVE CHECKED WITH THE COURTS IN QUESTION AND NO WORK HAS BEEN DONE ON ONE CASE AND SOME WORK HAS BEEN DONE ON THE OTHER CASE # SMCRS090255

THERE WAS A HEARING SCHEDULED ON 11-23-10 WHICH THEY WERE SUPPOSED TO APPEAR AND ACCORDING TO THE COURT MINUTES, NO ONE APPEARD.

ACCORDING TO THE COURT NOTES THEY DID RECEIVE A WRIT FROM SOMEONE ON 2-4-10 WHICH IS SEVERAL MONTHS LATER.

NOW THE FOLLOWING NOTES ARE THE ACTUAL MINUTES FROM A HEARING DATED FOR 4/15/10

WHICH I AM ASSUMING THE COLLECTION COMPANY WAS SUPPOSED TO BE AT, THEY FAILED TO APPEAR AND I WAS NEVER NOTIFIED!

PARTIES NOT PRESENT: JEFF CHAVEZ

DEFENDANT GRACIELA NUNEZ-ALMEDA PRESENT

PROCEEDINGS:

POST DISPOSITION HEARING HELD

09:28

CLAIM OF EXEMPTION GRANTED.

COURT FINDS DEFENDANT IS ON DISABILITY. COURT ORDERS WAGE GARNISHMENTS STAYED WHILE DEFENDANT

IS ON DISABILITY.

ON BANK LEVY, COURT ORDERS SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT TO HOLD ANY MONIES PENDING THE OUTCOME OF

UPCOMING HEARING DATE.



NOW IF I AM CORRECT THE DEFENADNTS BANK ACCOUNT WAS LEVIED OR PAY GARNISHED, SO WHERE’S MY MONEY



TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT THIS IS MY REVIEW AND "NAME REMOVED" APPEARS TO BE A CHARLATAN.


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1001 Irvine Center Drive
Irvine, CA 92618
(800) 719-4763

8001 Irvine Center Drive 4th Floor
Irvine, CA 92618
(949) 754-3900

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

L.A. County Police Department Locations, From Bail Bondsman in Lakewood

Law Enforcement Agencies
There are currently 47 law enforcement agencies in Los Angeles County. Two agencies, the Los Angeles Police Department and Los Angeles Sheriff Department, are responsible for law enforcement services for two-thirds of the County’s population. The remaining one-third of the County receives law enforcement services from the other 45 independent law enforcement agencies.

All law enforcement agencies are members of the Los Angeles County Police Chief’s Association, an organization which attempts to coordinate and standardize enforcement issues amongst the various agencies.

Alhambra Police Department
211 S. First Street
Alhambra, California 91801
(626) 570-5107
http://www.cityofalhambra.org/government/police_department

Arcadia Police Department
250 W. Huntington Drive
Arcadia, California 91066-6021
(626) 574-5150, Chief
http://www.arcadiapd.com/

Azusa Police Department
725 N. Alameda Avenue
Azusa, California 91702
(626) 812-3200
http://www.ci.azusa.ca.us/police

Baldwin Park Police Department
14403 E. Pacific Avenue
Baldwin Park, California 91706-4297
(626) 960-4011
http://www.baldwinpark.com/

Bell Police Department
6326 Pine Avenue
Bell, California 90201
(323) 585-1245
http://www.cityofbell.org/

Bell Gardens Police Department
7100 Garfield Avenue
Bell Gardens, California 90201-3293
(562) 806-7600
http://www.bellgardens.org/

Beverly Hills Police Department
464 Rexford Drive
Beverly Hills, California 90210-4818
(310) 550-4951
http://www.beverlyhills.org/

Burbank Police Department
200 N. Third Avenue
Burbank, California 91502
(818) 238-3333
http://www.ci.burbank.ca.us/police

California Highway Patrol
Los Angeles Communication Center
4016 Rosewood Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90004
(800) 835-5247
http://www.chp.ca.gov/

Claremont Police Department
570 W. Bonita Avenue
Claremont, California 91711
(909) 399-3460
http://www.claremontpd.org/

Covina Police Department
444 N. Citrus
Covina, California 91723-2066
(626) 331-3391
http://www.ci.covina.ca.us/police/

Culver City Police Department
4040 Duquesne Avenue
Culver City, California 90232
(310) 837-1221
http://www.ci.culvercity.ca.us/police

Downey Police Department
10911 Brookshire Avenue
Downey, California 90241
(562) 861-0771
http://www.downeypd.org/

El Monte Police Department
11333 Valley Blvd
El Monte, California 91731-3292
(626) 580-2100
http://www.ci.el-monte.ca.us/citygov/police/pdmain.html

El Segundo Police Department
348 Main Street
El Segundo, California 90245
(310) 524-2268
http://www.elsegundo.org/

Gardena Police Department
1718 W. 162nd Street
Gardena, California 90247-3732
(310) 327-7911
http://www.gardenapd.org/

Glendale Police Department
131 N. Isabel Street
Glendale, California 91206-4382
(818) 548-4840
http://www.ci.glendale.ca.us/police

Glendora Police Department
150 S. Glendora Avenue
Glendora, California 91740
(626) 914-8250
http://www.ci.glendora.ca.us/

Hawthorne Police Department
4460 W. 126th Street
Hawthorne, California 90250
(310) 349-2700
http://www.cityofhawthorne.com/

Hermosa Beach Police Department
530 Pier Avenue
Hermosa Beach, California 90254
(310) 524-2750
http://www.hermosabch.org/police

Huntington Park Police Department
6542 Miles Avenue
Huntington Park, California 90255-4386
(323) 584-6254
http://www.huntingtonparkpd.org/

Inglewood Police Department
1 Manchester Boulevard
P.O. Box 6500
Inglewood, California 90301
(310) 412-5111
http://www.inglewoodpd.org/

Irwindale Police Department
5050 N. Irwindale Avenue
Irwindale, California 91706
(626) 962-3601
http://ci.irwindale.ca.us/police_dept

La Verne Police Department
2061 Third Street
La Verne, California 91750
(909) 596-1913
http://www.lvpd.org

Long Beach Police Department
400 W. Broadway
Long Beach, California 90802
(562) 570-7260
http://www.longbeach.gov/police

Los Angeles Police Department
150 N. Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, California
(877) 275-5273
http://www.lapdonline.org
LAPD Divisions

Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department
4700 Ramona Boulevard
Monterey Park, California 91754-2169
(323) 526-5541
http://www.lasd.org
LASD Stations

Los Angeles School Police Department
1330 W. Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90015
(213) 625-6631
http://www.laspd.com

Manhattan Police Department
420 15th Street
Manhattan Beach, California 90266
(310) 802-5000
http://www.ci.manhattan-beach.ca.us/

Maywood Police Department
4317 E. Slauson Avenue
Maywood, California 90270
(323) 562-5700
http://www.cityofmaywood.com/police

Monrovia Police Department
140 E. Lime Avenue
Monrovia, California 91016-2888
(626) 256-8000
http://www.ci.monrovia.ca.us/

Montebello Police Department
1600 W. Beverly Boulevard
Montebello, California 90640
(323) 887-1265
http://www.cityofmontebello.com/departments/police.htm

Monterey Park Police Department
320 W. Newman Avenue
Monterey Park, California 91754
(626) 307-1211
http://ci.monterey-park.ca.us/home/index.asp?page=31

Palos Verdes Police Department
340 Palos Verdes Dr. West
Palos Verdes Estates, California 90274
(310) 378-4211
http://www.palosverdes.com/pvepd

Pasadena Police Department
207 N. Garfield Avenue
Pasadena, California 91101
(626) 744-4501
http://www.ci.pasadena.ca.us/police

Pomona Police Department
490 W. Mission Boulevard
Pomona, California 91766
(909) 622-1241
http://www.ci.pomona.ca.us/city_departments/police

Redondo Beach Police Department
401 Beach Street
Redondo Beach, California 90277
(310) 379-2477
http://www.redondo.org/depts/police

San Fernando Police Department
910 First Street
San Fernando, California 91340-2928
(818) 898-1267
http://www.ci.san-fernando.ca.us/

San Gabriel Police Department
625 S. Del Mar
San Gabriel, California 91776
(626) 308-2828
http://www.sgpd.com/

San Marino Police Department
2200 Huntington Drive
San Marino, CA 91108
(626) 300-0720
http://cityofsanmarino.org/police

Santa Monica Police Department
1685 Main Street
Santa Monica, California 90401
(310) 458-8491
http://santamonicapd.org/

Sierra Madre Police Department
242 W. Sierra Madre Boulevard
Sierra Madre, California 91024
(626) 355-1414
http://ci.sierra-madre.ca.us/

Signal Hills Police Department
1800 E. Hill Street
Signal Hill, California 90806
(562) 989-7200
http://www.signalhillpd.org/

South Gate Police Department
8620 California Avenue
South Gate, California 90280-3073
(323) 563-5400
http://www.cityofsouthgate.org/

South Pasadena Police Department
1422 Mission Street
South Pasadena, California 91030-3299
(626) 403-7270
http://www.ci.south-pasadena.ca.us/

Torrance Police Department
3300 Civic Center Drive
Torrance, California 90503-5056
(310) 328-3456
http://www.tpd.torrnet.com/

Vernon Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, California 90058
(323) 587-5171
http://www.cityofvernon.org/departments/police/police.htm
West Covina Police Department
1444 W. Garvey Avenue
West Covina, California 91793
(626) 939-8500
http://www.wcpd.org/

Whittier Police Department
7315 S. Painter Avenue
Whittier, California 90602
(562) 945-8250
http://www.whittierpd.org

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