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Maya Lau

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Writer for LA Times.

Maya Lau on KCRW

Barring any unforeseen changes, there will be a new L.A. County Sheriff at the start of next week.

Repainting the Sheriff's department, tan and green

Barring any unforeseen changes, there will be a new L.A. County Sheriff at the start of next week.

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The LA County Sheriff’s Department has identified 300 deputies with histories of misconduct. That’s 3 percent of the department, which has more than 9000 deputies.

LA sheriff blocked from disclosing names of 300 problem deputies

The LA County Sheriff’s Department has identified 300 deputies with histories of misconduct. That’s 3 percent of the department, which has more than 9000 deputies.

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