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Articles from the May 6, 2022 edition

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 By Alyssa Erdley    News    May 6, 2022

Cool Tech Coming to Santa Monica Police Department, but Who Can They Actually Arrest?

May 3, 2022 - Santa Monica Police Chief Ramon Batista met members of the public at an event sponsored by the Santa Monica Protective Association on Sunday and Monday evenings. The event, held at a...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    May 6, 2022

Downtown Santa Monica Partially Evacuated Due to Gas Leak

5.2.22: The Third Street Promenade was evacuated Monday afternoon, because a construction crew ruptured a gas main. Santa Monica Blvd. between second and fourth street, was evacuated. News...

 
 By Arthur Jeon    Opinion    May 6, 2022

Santa Monica Mayor Himmelrich Needs to Use Tough Love on the Homeless, Not Give Them Free Housing Near the Beach

Dear Councilwoman Himmelrich, I just received your "Standing Firm For Santa Monica" flyer, which I understand is yours alone. I don't have a financial dog in this fight, as the condo I own doesn't...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    Crime    May 6, 2022

Vandal with Pipe Assaults Resident Who is Calling Police on Him, is Arrested

4.29.22: A man with a pipe broke a window in the alley between Lincoln and 7th Street at Arizona and then assaulted a resident who tried to stop him from breaking additional windows. Arthur Jeon,...

 

More of Gascon's Employees Sue Him; Vax Mandate for Prison Workers Overturned; Authorities Accused of Ignoring Warning Signs Before Mother Kills Children; DWP Exec Gets Prison and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Court hears case over deputy who didn't read Miranda rights You have the right to remain silent. Everyone knows police aren't supposed to question suspects without reading them...

 

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