Sergio Diaz

Deputy Chief of the LAPD, Commanding Officer of Operation Central Bureau

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Deputy Chief of the LAPD and Commanding Officer of Operation Central Bureau

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In February a man was shot 17 times while protecting his 2-year old granddaughter.  She was unharmed.  But he was killed, and a wild shoot out took place among gang members, some using…

Major Crackdown on the Avenues Gang

In February a man was shot 17 times while protecting his 2-year old granddaughter.  She was unharmed.  But he was killed, and a wild shoot out took place among gang members, some using…

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Jamiel Shaw, Jr. was a football star and a good student. He was  gunned down,  allegedly by a gang member—an illegal immigrant who’d been arrested for another crime but never deported.

Special Order 40: What should the LAPD do about Immigration Status?

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from Which Way, L.A.?

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