Oleevia is an Assignment Editor for NBC4 Southern California and contributes to the digital platform. She first joined NBC4 as an intern back in 2011, working with Conan Nolan on News Conference. Prior to joining the team, Oleevia was immersed in television production and post-production at both ...
A 14-year-old boy was hit with a gun and shot at during a failed robbery Sunday in West Covina. The boy was jogging at approximately 7:45 a.m. near the intersection of Van Horn Avenue and Elder Street when a man in a vehicle stopped by the teen and approached him. The attacker demanded money, which prompted a struggle with the victim. The attacker fled the scene after he shot a single bullet at the boy.
Tow truck drivers removed a car Tuesday that was partially underwater after a water main break was reported in Hollywood. The water flooded the intersection of Odin Street and Cahuenga Boulevard, causing the streets to shut before the morning commute. About two to three feet of water gushed through the area. The driver of a black Dodge Charge was trapped in the water after he turned at a curve.
Police are searching for suspects after they say a man pointed a gun at a security guard near a Hollywood movie theater, prompting a lockdown. The incident happened Sunday around 1:40 a.m. at the parking lot of the ArcLight Hollywood theater, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Armed officers swarmed the parking lot, not allowing moviegoers to leave the structure during a search for the suspects. The search did not extend into the actual theater, the LAPD said.
@rocknrollgeek Hi there, my name is Oleevia and I'm with NBC 4 News. May I ask what the scene looks like inside? Are people angry, calm...etc? Would you be willing to give our assignment desk a call? 818-684-4321. Thank you in advance!
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