Sunday, June 17, 2018

Santa Monica News / Violent Boulevard Crash / Raw Footage / Police



Police suspected street racing when a driver of the customized '18 Corvette began mowing down trees on the sidewalk along south bound Topanga Cyn. Boulevard.

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June 17, 2018 - 

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  The Crash took place when the driver of the Corvette was traveling South on Topanga Cyn. Bl. from the light at Oxnard St. He was going a bit too fast when he failed to properly navigate his car steering it and the car began to fishtail sending him veering into the curb and mowing down trees in his path.

He's car came to a hard plop rest in the street and tree branches with lots of wood chips in the body part fragments strung Topanga Cyn. Bl. like a plane crash. It was a loud bang when he smashed into the trees that line the Boulevard as we were in the area when the crash took place.

The Crackling sounds echoes through the traffic as his fuselage broke open and his car parts busted loose.  The driver, in his late 40s had minor lacerations to his upper temple area and above his left eye brow which caused the bleeding.

   It appeared that Police cleared the driver from any wreak less driving or street racing and there was no report for a suspected DUI involved. The crash only involved this one vehicle and no pedestrians or passengers were present. It was unclear if there were any witnesses who might have seen this crash.

R & B Towing & AAA Transport arrived to salvage the 2018 Corvette from the street and Lafd didn't transport the driver to the hospital for treatment since the driver declined the need of medical assistance.

The Police took notices of small public property damages to the public trees that the man tuned into wood spinners and wood chips with his car.

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Monday, April 9, 2018

Reseda gunman shot dead by LAPD | Raw Footage

Reseda suspect shot dead Corbin Ave Victory Blvd by Police

BREAKING NEWS in Reseda | Police chase suspect then shoot him dead. 

A 20-year-old male suspect was shot and killed by police Monday after he was caught driving a stolen Ford Explorer with a LoJack system in it which activated and alerted LAPD West Valley and Topanga Police. 

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Police spotted the stolen vehicle with the suspect in it along Sherman Way and Canoga Av and a small slow speed pursuit took place through major streets till it ended at the intersection on Corbin Av facing Victory Blvd, lapd officer Sandoval said. 

The suspect bailed out on foot apparently armed near the 6400 block along Corbin Av where he ditched his stolen Ford into a curb at which time Police officers chased the suspect 100 yards to a alley near some houses near Hamlin St and Corbin Av where they were reportedly of shot and killed the 20 year-old male dead in the alley. 

The suspect was said to of having a possible weapon and there has been a handgun recovered at the scene by police. 

Police were wearing bodycam’s and those body cameras were turned on during the foot pursuit and that video will be released at a later time after Police have concluded their investigation, Media Relations LapD Sandoval said. 

The suspect’s identity is not yet a press release and the body of the suspect will remain on scene till coroner investigators of the Los Angeles Chief Medical Examiner’s Office conclude with their investigation and Robbery detectives from the Los Angeles West Valley Police Department conclude their evidence gathering at this scene. 

The 2 officers involved in the foot pursuit were transported via RA to a nearby hospital for treatment and are reported to be in stable and good recovery as their injuries were not life-threatening. 

One Police officer was reported to have a apparent gunshot to his knee while the other Lapd officer involved in chasing the suspect only suffered some scraps and bruising from the foot pursuit. 

It is not clear wether of not the suspect had a gun or returned fire at the officers, though there was a handgun recovered from this scene.  it is unclear wether the officer shot himself or if the suspect shot at officers with that reported handgun which officers had said they found. 

The Reseda shooting started this morning at 10:00am and has Corbin Av. intersection of Victory Blvd and Corbin Av at Vanowen St. shutdown to thru traffic along the 6400 block of Corbin avenue in Reseda today.