There was a tribute on two wheels as fellow riders honored John Waters. A single motorcycle marked the spot in Pacoima where the 24-year-old was killed by a hit-and-run driver. "It's a lot. We don't know if the person will be found," said Waters' friend Natalie Wallis. "For me it's hard because he inspires me. Never met anyone sweeter for someone so sweet to come to a violent death, it's not fair. "The fatal crash happened Saturday night on Osborne in Pacoima.
A motorcyclist was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Pacoima Saturday night and authorities are searching for the driver.Authorities said the crash happened around 7 p.m. at the intersection of Osborne Street and Norris Avenue.The suspect, described as a man in his 30s with tattoos on his neck and body, was at a stop sign at the intersection, when he pulled out and turned left in front of the motorcyclist.Authorities said the motorcyclist was heading eastbound on Osborne when the suspect cut...
Residents in a Monrovia neighborhood are outraged a hunter shot a deer near their homes, but that hunter said he had no choice.The hunter in question, Michael Rodriguez, spoke with Eyewitness News and said he only did what was humane for the deer after he seriously wounded it while hunting in the Angeles National Forest.He also said he knows he violated rules by shooting the animal in a neighborhood.It was a shocking scene caught on camera as a man armed with a bow and arrow walked through...
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Selecting a term
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