Five theft suspects were arrested when they attempted to break in to a structure near 500 North Story Place in Alhambra on Oct. 25. All five suspects are African Americans and one of them is an Alhambra resident.
Investigation progress of Oct. 24 attack on Chinese man: no suspect arrested yet, involved police officers not from the Alhambra Police Department
A police investigation has revealed that a Chinese man Wang was the victim of an attack on Saturday night, Alhambra Police Department Spokesman Sergeant Black told the China Press. Although no suspect has been arrested yet, the police have got some clues in a suspect search, he said. Sergeant Black
According to Lt. Darren Perrine, a spokesman of San Gabriel Police Department, the police have not been able to locate Huang's female companion, known to friends as "Lulu" for follow-up interview and thus have not pressed charge against Huang, the World Journal reports.
A Chinese victim, Wang, was physically attacked by a group of youths at the intersection of Main Street and Raymond Avenue at around 11 p.m. on Oct. 24. Two police officers arrived and pulled Wang away, but, according to Wang, they told the perpetrators to leave after talking to them, the China
Deqiang Song, charged with kidnapping and attempted killing of a Chinese woman on Sept. 8, showed up in Alhambra Superior Court on Oct. 22. Song appeared relaxed and nodded to his four acquaintances in the audience. Because the prosecutor is still waiting for investigation result from the police,
We ask your questions to the Alhambra Police Department's Sergeant Brandon Black. This week: concerns about biker safety?
Did former San Gabriel mayor restrict foot-massage licenses to profit girlfriend? World Journal says residents feel he did.