NEWPORT (CBSLA) – A 27-year-old man accused of killing his parents and their housekeeper in their home in an upscale Newport Beach community reportedly lived with the bodies for several days before turning himself in to police.,Camden Burton Nicholson was booked on suspicion of committing the triple murder last month, according to Heather Rangel of the Newport Beach Police Department.,RELATED: Coroner IDs Victims In Newport Beach Triple-Murder

Newport Beach police performed a welfare check on Feb. 13 at 36 Palazzo, according to Rangel.,Prosecutors allege Camden Nicholson killed his parents inside the home on Feb. 11 and, a day later, killed Morse when she arrived at the house, according to The Los Angeles Times.,Camden Nicholson turned himself in at a hospital in Irvine on Feb. 13. read more

WESTPORT, CT — Police said a Norwalk man has been charged in a Westport hit and run accident that occurred in July.,According to a news release, police said officers were dispatched to Saugatuck Avenue near the Interstate 95 entrance ramp on July 12 at approximately 5 p.m. for a report of a hit and run accident.,Police said the victim was able to provide the registration plate of the suspect vehicle.,According to police, the investigating officer identified the suspect as Robert Lawrence, 60, of Norwalk and submitted an arrest warrant application, which was later approved.,"The officer identified the operator as Robert Lawrence and learned he had two outstanding arrest warrants; one out of Westport and another from Norwalk," Lieutenant Jillian Cabana said in a release.

Distrust between the Bridgeport community and the city’s police department has re-emerged following last week’s release of an Internal Affairs report citing 17 officers for misconduct related to a 2017 incident.,In other news, West Haven’s Jay W. Barrett, who is in the end stages of cystic fibrosis, is an avid supporter of President Donald Trump and received campaign memorabilia this weekend after receiving a call from the president last week.,Here are some of the top stories from this weekend:

Jeannia Fu — who is involved with the Justice for Jayson group that formed after the fatal 2017 Bridgeport police shooting of 15-year-old Jayson Negron — said the findings of an Internal Affairs report indicating officer misconduct were troubling.,Other Bridgeport community members are feeling the same way after the 405-page report cited 17 city police officers for misconduct in their handling of a 2017 Halloween party.,A dying West Haven man who made international headlines last week when he received a “bucket list” telephone call of encouragement from President Donald Trump was given a few mementos this weekend. read more

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Authorities are investigating a possible hate crime at a public restroom Monday in the Fairfax District.,According to Los Angeles police, the blood was discovered in the 100 block of North Gardner Street at around 6:45 a.m. on a wall near a playground and in or near a bathroom next to a senior center in the park near the 100 block of North Gardner Street, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.,Two swastikas drawn in blood were found, according to LAPD Officer Norma Eisenman.,Crews were cleaning up a trail of blood found at a park in the Fairfax District.,Despite initial reports, the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust was located at least 500 yards from the park and does not appear to have any connection, Paige reported.

Chester Leroy Baughman, 28, Oil Springs Road, Petroleum, was charged with shooting and killing George Ruble, 36, on Feb. 22, according to the criminal complaint filed in Ritchie County Magistrate Court by Cpl. C.T. Speece of the West Virginia State Police in Harrisville.,Baughman then went to his residence a short distance away on Oil Springs Road in Petroleum in Ritchie County, the complaint said.,Baughman left his home with a 22-caliber rifle, returned to Ruble’s location, shot Ruble in the head, then took his corpse to a rural area near Volcano Road in Ritchie County, the complaint said.,Baughman has waived a preliminary hearing in magistrate court and was bound over to the Ritchie County Circuit Court.,Participating in the search were the Ritchie County Sheriff’s Office, the Wood County Sheriff’s Office, State Police, West Virginia Natural Resources Police, the Parkersburg Police Department and Drug Task Force.

In February 2018, Sheriff Amos joined the Epidemic Intelligence Council, formed by Orange County Social Services, which includes local and state agencies along with local news media and health care providers.,The Council was formed for information sharing, education and collaboration concerning the opioid epidemic.,Over the last 3 years, the Sheriff’s Office has been awarded grants for Naloxone injectors to help save the lives of opioid-related overdoses, giving victims another chance for sobriety.,In the last four years, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office began partnerships with the U.S. Marshal Fugitive Task Force, the DEA and Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office.,This combination of local and federal resources works together to identify, target, arrest and convict individuals and organizations responsible for distributing and/or manufacturing illegal narcotics.

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – KTLA5 news anchor Chris Burrous, who was found unconscious in a Glendale motel room and pronounced dead at a hospital in December, died of methamphetamine toxicity, authorities announced Friday.,Burrous’ death on Dec. 27 has been ruled accidental, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office.,Police were contacted at 1:15 p.m. that day by a caller who said a man he was with at the Days Inn, 450 Pioneer Drive, had passed out and was possibly not breathing, according to Sgt. Dan Suttles of the Glendale Police Department.,Glendale firefighters found Burrous, 43, inside the motel room, not breathing, Suttles said.,In addition to methamphetamine toxicity, coroner’s officials say other contributing factors in Burrous’ death include hypertensive and atherosclerotic cardiovascular heart disease.

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A crime that’s commonly reported in Los Angeles is starting to occur in Ventura County, with people being targeted for vehicle burglary after withdrawing large amounts of cash, detectives say.,The crime usually involves more than one person, with perpetrators hanging out in banks and their parking lots while discreetly watching for people who make large cash withdrawals, said Thousand Oaks police Detective Chris Obringer.,Detective Chris Obringer “They are watching people at the banks withdrawing large amounts of cash, and they follow them to an opportune time and location where they can break into the vehicle,” Obringer said.,There were two local incidents of so-called “bank jugging” in December and as recently as Feb. 19 in Thousand Oaks in which a total of $7,350 was stolen from vehicles, Obringer said.,Ventura County sheriff’s Sgt. Mike Harris, who oversees investigations for the unincorporated areas of the county, said unfortunately local authorities see a lot of crime trends make their way here from L.A.  MORE: PGE probably started the Camp Fire, it tells regulators Since the incidents here, detectives have been talking to bank employees. read more

RIALTO (CBSLA) – Police are looking for the gunman who opened fired into a car, killing two men inside Monday.,Someone opened fired into the driver’s side of a Honda Civic on Baseline Road near Cedar Avenue in Rialto around 5 p.m., police said.,The two unidentified men, who were shot in their upper body, later died at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.

FAIRFIELD — Police continued their investigation Wednesday into a deadly crash early Tuesday that left a 62-year-old man dead and two others with what police have described as serious injuries.,A person passing the scene stopped and assisted the deputy and Fairfield police officers as they tried to extinguish the vehicle fire and remove two occupants from the car.,A man who was the passenger in the car died from injuries he received during this collision, Fairfield police report.,The Fairfield Police Department’s Major Accident Investigations Team responded and investigated the crash.,Anyone with information about the hit-and-run case is asked to call Officer Ryann Fuentes or the Fairfield Police Traffic Unit at 428-7300.