BRIEFLY : CUSTOMER KILLED AT TACO RESTAURANT.GLENDALE - A customer was fatally shot Thursday evening by an employee at a small taco restaurant in the 6800 block of San Fernando Road San Fernando Road is a major street in the city and county of Los Angeles. It starts off in Castaic as The Old Road, passing through Santa Clarita and the Newhall Pass, where upon its intersection with Sierra Highway near the junction of the Golden State (I-5) and the , police said.
The gunman got into an argument with the customer and then shot him up to five times in the upper torso torso /tor·so/ (tor´so) trunk (1).
n. pl. tor·sos or tor·si
The human body excluding the head and limbs; trunk. at about 4:30 p.m. as the customer was sitting down to eat at Taco Naco with a friend, said Sgt. Rick Young of the Glendale Police Department.
Police identified the shooting suspect as Adrian Ramirez Gutierrez, 28, of Los Angeles Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. .
Glendale CrimeStoppers is offering up to $1,000 in a cash reward for anyone providing information that leads to the suspect's arrest, Young said.
The suspect fled in a 1986 white colored Toyota MR-2, license plate number 2NQH031.
Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at (818) 507-7867 or the Glendale Police Department.
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Police warn against phone solicitations
Saying the LAPD 1. LAPD - Link Access Procedure on the D channel.
2. LAPD - Los Angeles Police Department. does not solicit contributions by telephone, the Police Commission has warned Los Angeles residents to watch out for people calling them for donations purported to benefit the Police Department.
Commission President Edith Perez said some of the telemarketers operate under a lawful police permit, but they may misuse the permit to suggest that they are collecting funds on behalf of the department.
If citizens are suspicious of a solicitor's call, they can ask for the caller's police permit number and report it to the Police Commission's Investigation Division, which can be reached by calling (213) 485-2102.
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Council looking at golf course options
Under threat of a lawsuit, the Los Angeles City Council The Los Angeles City Council is the governing body of the City of Los Angeles, California, United States. this week began exploring options on how to resolve conflicts over a planned golf course in the Tujunga Wash Tujunga Wash is a stream in Los Angeles County, California. It is a tributary of the Los Angeles River, providing about a fifth of its flow, and drains about 225 square miles. .
``Basically, we asked the City Attorney's Office to tell us whether we have any viability in defending the city's action or if we have to allow a golf course or pay the owners for the property,'' Councilman Joel Wachs Joel Wachs served for several terms as Los Angeles City Councilman for the 2nd district. He was first elected by defeating incumbent James B. Potter.
While in office, Wachs chaired the Public Works Committee and vice-chair of the Environmental Quality & Waste Management said.
The City Council earlier this year rejected the proposal from the Redtail Golf Club to build a 110-acre golf course on a 352-acre parcel in the Tujunga Wash. The City Council was under pressure from environmentalists and union leaders to oppose the project.
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Tujunga ticket wins Super Lotto share
A Super Lotto player who purchased a ticket in Tujunga was among four winners who guessed six numbers correct and will split the $32 million jackpot, California Lottery officials said Thursday. The Tujunga ticket holder and the three other winners - from Monrovia, Long Beach and Santa Barbara Santa Barbara (săn'tə bär`brə, –bərə), city (1990 pop. 85,571), seat of Santa Barbara co., S Calif., on the Pacific Ocean; inc. 1850. - were not identified Thursday, lottery spokeswoman Norma Minas Minas may refer to:
The winning numbers were 9, 18, 21, 7, 4 and 12. Saturday's jackpot is set at $3 million.
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Red Cross needs toys for giveaway
Organizers of a massive Red Cross holiday toy giveaway are falling short this year and need at least 1,000 more toys by Dec. 20.
``We don't want to turn people away,'' said Mike Powers Ellis Foree Powers (born March 2, 1906, in Toddspoint, Kentucky; died December 2, 1983, in Louisville, Kentucky) was an American major league baseball player. He played for the Cleveland Indians from 1932-1933. , a Red Cross spokesman who explained 3,000 children from low-income homes received toys last year, but organizers have only about 2,000 this year.
The Red Cross has sponsored the event for five years with the Latino Peace Officers Association.
Anyone who has a new, unwrapped toy to donate should telephone Cynthia Limon at (213) 780-7660 to make arrangements.