(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Jones-Sawyer’s (D-South Los Angeles) AB 89, the Peace Officer Education and Age Conditions for Employment (PEACE) Act has passed in the Senate Public Safety Committee with bipartisan support.
SAN FRANCISCO — A flurry of shoplifters in masks and hooded jackets sprinted from a downtown Neiman Marcus last week and into getaway cars with armfuls of designer handbags — a scene captured on video and raising fears that rings of thieves were hitting retail businesses.
The incident, which remains under investigation, was only the latest to give an impression of lawlessness running rampant in San Francisco's stores, where people have been caught on recordings openly swiping products seemingly without repercussion.
Anti-Asian hate crimes more than doubled in California in 2020, according to a report from the state attorney general, underscoring fears among Asian Americans about being targeted during the coronavirus pandemic.
Overall, hate crimes reported to law enforcement rose 31% in the state last year, with attacks against Asians up by 107%, according to the report released Wednesday.
Putting homeless issues at the forefront of our state’s recovery plan is a good first-step for our state. The ambitious $12 billion plan proposed by Governor Newsom is bold and needed.
A series of tragic shootings occurred near USC/Exposition Park by a lone gunman that ended with three individuals shot – two of whom died from their wounds. The gunman was chased and was eventually killed by police officers in a shoot out on the 91 freeway.
Una serie de tiroteos trágicos ocurrieron cerca de USC / Exposition Park por un tirador que terminó con tres personas baleadas, dos de las cuales murieron a causa de sus heridas. El pistolero fue perseguido y finalmente fue asesinado por agentes de policía en un tiroteo en la autopista 91.