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Teen arrested after egg throwing; man shot dead at El Sereno taco truck; San Marino police officer saves 7 year old

News from around the West San Gabriel Valley:

Teen arrested after egg throwing (South Pasadena Patch)A South Pasadena resident caught a 19-year-old throwing eggs at the resident's vehicle. The resident recognized the suspect as his or her son's friend, and police arrested the suspect some time later on suspicion of trespassing. 

Men shot dead at El Sereno taco truck (The Guardian)A man was shot in El Sereno on Jan. 19 after an argument escalated and the suspect pulled out a handgun. The suspect shot the victim multiple times, got into a white sedan and drove away. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call Hollenbeck Homicide Detectives Kirkland or Ramirez at 323-342-8953 or 323-342-8696.

San Marino police officer saves elementary school student (San Marino Tribune)San Marino Police Corporal Robert Matthews saved a 7-year-old Carver student during lunchtime on Monday. The boy was choking and approached Matthews, who applied the Heimlich Maneuver to dislodge the blockage. 

Metro Gold Line service to increase on weekends (South Pasadena Patch)Metro Gold Line train service will be increased from 12-minute intervals to every six minutes on weekends starting on Jan. 27. The Gold Line connects Union Station to East Los Angeles as well as South Pasadena and Sierra Madre. 

South Pasadena passes new water conservation laws (Pasadena Sun)South Pasadena City Council passed this week new rules for water conservation based on a state ordinance. The new rules require building owners to submit a Landscape Concept Plan, which includes irrigation, planting, and design notes, before obtaining a permit from the Planning and Building Department. 

Our news roundup includes stories from Alhambra, Monterey Park, San Gabriel, South Pasadena, Pasadena, El Sereno, San Marino, Rosemead, and Temple City.

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