On January 12, investigators say the body of 65-year-old Michael Redlick was discovered inside the Winter Park home that he shared with his wife, 45-year-old Danielle Justin Redlick.,On the same day that the investigation into Michael Redlick's death had begun, police learned that Danielle Redlick violated a probation rquirement that she abstain from alcohol.,According to a police report, Danielle Redlick first told authorities that her husband may have had a fatal heart attack, but she later told them he had stabbed himself.,Police say she also admitted that she and her husband were the only two people at their home at the reported time of her husband's death.,Court records show that Danielle Redlick filed for divorce from her husband last March, but she later withdrew and they never got divorced.
Connie Rice said the stops alone are dangerous and damaging.,According to a new analysis, the LAPD is pulling over a lot more drivers these says — and 90 percent of them are black or Latino, says the LA Times.,And in South LA where blacks are about 31 percent of the population they account for 65 percent of all stops.,LAPD Chief Michel Moore says the division’s focus on South LA is due to high crime rates in the area and he pointed to the fact that violent crime citywide decreased last year for the first time in five years.,Rice said she planned to sit down the LAPD to try to figure out why there is such a large discrepancy in the numbers of stops and better ways to fight crime.
WINTER PARK, Fla. - Two days after a quiet neighborhood in Winter Park was stunned by a man's suspicious death, police identified the man as 65-year-old Michael Redlick.,First responders were called to a home along Temple Drive in Winter Park around 9:30 a.m Saturday where they found Redlick's body.,Police have remained tight-lipped about the circumstances surround Redlick's death, saying those details are still under investigation.,What started as a medical emergency turned into a suspicious death investigation, police said.,Winter Park police investigated the home for about 10 hours Saturday.
A wrongful death lawsuit over a police officer's deadly shooting of a Fairfield man in a Walmart store is set to go before a jury in February.,(Crawford Family)
BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WKRC) - A wrongful death lawsuit over a police officer's deadly shooting of a Fairfield man in a Walmart store is set to go before a jury in February.,An officer shot 22-year-old John Crawford III in Beavercreek in August 2014.,His family sued the city, police and Walmart in federal court.,Federal authorities concluded there wasn't enough evidence to criminally charge the officer who killed Crawford while responding to a 911 call.
A UC Irvine freshman died over the weekend, resulting in the suspension and investigation of his fraternity, university officials said.Noah Domingo, 18, died after a party at a home off-campus early Saturday, a tragedy that his family and friends fear was linked to drinking too much alcohol.,But Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity was suspended and ordered to immediately cease all activity, according to UC Irvine student affairs Vice Chancellor Edgar J. Dormitorio.In an email to the campus community Monday, Dormitorio wrote that officials would collaborate with leaders in the Greek community to help support those affected by the death.We will also closely examine the larger context in which this tragedy occurred, he wrote.,Hes probably one of the sweetest kids, one of the nicest kids willing to help out with anything.Brianna Domingo, 20, said she helped her younger brother adjust to life at UC Irvine, where he sometimes struggled to juggle his coursework and the demands of his fraternity.,Noah Domingo marked on Facebook that he was interested in the event.We, Sigma Alpha Epsilon take pride in being the most selective fraternity at UC Irvine, the event page reads.On Friday night, Noah Domingo had been at a party at the house of a fraternity brother, said Ryan Lee, also a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.,Thats how I feel, and I think thats how a lot of other people feel too.Mike Sophir, chief executive officer of the national chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, said the organization was heartbroken by the death of our UCI brother.Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends, and we appreciate the support the university and its staff have provided to students in this difficult time, Sophir said in a statement.At Crescenta Valley High School, Domingos alma mater, news of his death spread among students.Kevin McCollum, who played football with the young man, said Domingo was known to stay away from drugs and alcohol and was a straight-edge student.He was a good team leader, fun, always had good vibes around him, said McCollum, 18.
He is the second black man to die in Bucks Laurel Avenue residence a fact that has stoked outrage and suspicion among activists and community members.Tim Dean, left, and Mark Chambers in Paris during the summer of 2018.,He was in between, like everyone else, said Mark Chambers, who said he met Dean in 1991 through Lambda Basketball League, a gay mens basketball group.Chambers, 54, said he knew Dean as a caring and outgoing friend who preferred to call on holidays and birthdays, not text, and showed up in person when someone was in need.Tim was not reserved.,The pair also played in the same basketball league in L.A. and traveled to Paris for the Gay Games this summer.You mention his name, and even if you didnt spend time with him, you knew who he was and knew him from his smile.For the last three years, Dean had allowed Ottavio Taddei to live in his spare bedroom while Taddei, a native of Italy, worked as an actor and dancer.Taddei said that as roommates they couldnt have been more different separated in age by 20 years and having a different sexual orientation but Dean was welcoming.,Not someone who had a problem.A close friend of Deans had been coping with addiction, and Dean had gone to great lengths to help his friend by giving him food and mediating conversation with the friends family, Taddei said.Chambers said Dean had long ago grown out of any casual drug use.He talked about the years when he was running wild, Chambers said.,Just because he did porn doesnt equal a drug addict.The fact of the matter: Two black males died in the same apartment and the same man is the last person to see them alive, Sanders said.Thats something deeper to look into than what someone did to make money.In recent years, Dean seemed to have abandoned the adult film roles.In 2015, he graduated with his associates degree from Santa Monica Community College, a moment he said was 52 years in the making.I guess something called life and maybe having a little too much fun kept distracting me, he wrote around the time of his graduation.This degree will not change the world but it will be the first degree earned by anyone in my family.He also began attending One LA, a church on La Brea Boulevard, and Taddei said Dean was open about seeking spiritual guidance.That spiritual commitment led him to the rooftop last year, where he wore a black T-shirt that said Truth and stepped into the pool for his baptism.Afterward, he wrote online about the symbolism of the moment: Im surviving thriving in my life right now.Times staff writers Hailey Branson-Potts and Richard Winton contributed to this report.
Police searched for suspects Sunday in a shooting that killed three men and injured four during a brawl at a popular Los Angeles-area bowling alley and karaoke bar.,Friends and family members of the victims held a candlelight vigil Saturday night in the parking lot of the bowling alley in southern Los Angeles County.,Dwayne Edwards, 60, of Los Angeles, said he received a call from his nephew that his 28-year-old son, Astin Edwards, was one of those killed.,A grieving mother told KABC-7 her 28-year-old son, Robert Meekins, died while trying to break up the fight.,Wes Hamad, a 29-year-old Torrance resident, said he was at the bowling alley with his 13-year-old niece and cousin when he saw a "huge fight" break out.
It was a typical Friday night at Gable House Bowl in Torrance — people celebrating birthdays, friends meeting up for a few rounds of bowling at the end of the workweek.Then gunfire erupted.,The bowling alley, with its distinctive blue sloping roof, has been a popular nightspot in the quiet suburb for decades.After finishing a shift as a maintenance worker Friday night, Robert Meekins headed to Gable House to meet Astin Edwards, the godfather of his 5-year-old son.The friends, both 28, were killed in the shooting.Meekins, who was from South L.A., had a contagious smile and loved to dress stylishly.,"This is an unfortunate incident, and one shooting is one too many," Harris said.Some witnesses said a fight broke out before the shooting, which was reported about 11:55 p.m. at the bowling alley on Hawthorne Boulevard south of Sepulveda Boulevard.Edwards, Meekins and Radford died at the scene.,"Another witness, who declined to give his name, said there was a fight, then nine gunshots.Gable House opened in 1960 and hosted many professional bowling tournaments in the sport's heyday.,On Friday and Saturday nights, a glow-in-the-dark bowling event called "Rock-n-Glow" runs from midnight to 3 a.m.Employees, who would not give their names because they were not authorized to speak to the media, said violence at the establishment is rare, though fights sometimes break out in the parking lot.In March 2015, a 27-year-old woman was killed in the parking lot when a fight escalated into a shooting.
MONTEBELLO (CBSLA) — Two men are under arrest in the murder of a Montebello man killed while walking home from work.,22-year-old Rene Lupian was shot and killed and robbed of his backpack on Nov. 7.,RELATED: Reward Offered In Killing Of Man Who Fought To Keep Grandmother’s Gold Cross
On Dec. 19 detectives released security camera video of a person of interest who was seen with him the night he died.,Two days later they arrested 19-year-old Abraham Cabrera of Alhambra and 20-year-old Wayne Andrew Seare Jr. of Montebello.,They also tracked down the woman who was also in the security video with Lupian.
HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) — The security guard who police say killed a suspected shoplifter at a Hollywood pharmacy has been charged with murder, prosecutors announced Monday.,Police say Ciota opened fire inside the Walgreens at Sunset Vine back on December 2nd after getting into a fight with the man he suspected of shoplifting.,Prosecutors say he shot 21-year-old Jonathan Hart in the back as he ran away.,Those friends told CBS2 that Hart was not shoplifting prior to the altercation.,Hart’s family has filed a $525 million lawsuit against Walgreens, saying Hart was targeted and that the pharmacy chain’s security policies contributed to his death.