Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

Richard Winton

Los Angeles Times

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  • The Union-Tribune
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Recent articles by richard:

L.A. calls restraining order on LAPD use of batons and projectiles 'unwarranted'

Attorneys for Los Angeles on Tuesday argued against a temporary restraining order to block police from using batons and tactical bullets to control crowds. → Read More

San Quentin coronavirus outbreak spreads: 1,059 prisoners infected, inmate dies

After California Institution for Men in Chino inmates were transferred, nearly one-third of San Quentin prisoners test positive for the coronavirus → Read More

ER doctor charged in sexual assaults of four women

Anshul Gandhi, 34, was charged Monday with four felony counts of sexual battery. → Read More

Black Lives Matter seeks restraining order to prevent LAPD use of batons, 'rubber' bullets on marchers

LAPD won't be able to use rubber bullets and batons on protesters if a federal judge grants BLM request for a restraining order → Read More

In nod to criticism, L.A. County law enforcement agencies discussing joint investigations of police killings

Amid growing skepticism for police agencies that investigate killings by their own officers, top law enforcement officials in the Los Angeles region have reached a tentative agreement to cede the work instead to a centralized task force. → Read More

Judge cuts bail for Hollywood producer charged in sexual assault of four women

David Guillod did not enter a plea on rape charges Tuesday during a hearing in a Santa Barbara court. → Read More

Steve Bing, philanthropist and film producer, dies after fall from building

Steve Bing, the heir to a $600-million fortune, was a noted film producer and philanthropist. He became a household name after paternity suits involving Elizabeth Hurley and Kirk Kerkorian. → Read More

Half brother of Palmdale hanging victim Robert Fuller is fatally shot by deputies

Man fatally shot by deputies in Rosamond was half brother of Robert Fuller, Palmdale hanging victim → Read More

Actor Danny Masterson charged in three rape cases

Actor Danny Masterson was charged with three counts of rape involving incidents between 2001 and 2003, Los Angeles prosecutors said. → Read More

Kobe Bryant helicopter pilot dismissed weather concerns before crash, NTSB documents show

The pilot of Kobe Bryant's helicopter dismissed concerns about the weather before the crash that killed Bryant and eight others, NTSB documents show → Read More

Far-right 'boogaloo boys' linked to California cop killings

Boogaloo members, who include ultra-libertarians and white supremacists, believe in armed insurrection and attacks on the police, experts say. → Read More

Woman driving near protests says LAPD foam round injured her, files $10-million claim

The woman's attorney said an officer in a squad car fired the round, calling it willful misconduct. → Read More

Suspect in killing of 2 Bay Area cops tied to right-wing Boogaloo group, prosecutors allege

Suspect in killing of 2 Bay Area cops tied to right-wing Boogaloo group, prosecutors allege → Read More

Intense probes of Robert Fuller, Malcolm Harsch hanging deaths

An FBI spokeswoman says the agency will monitor both probes into the hanging deaths of Robert Fuller in Palmdale and Malcolm Harsch in Victorville. → Read More

LAPD spent $40 million during protests, coronavirus; officer overtime pay is curtailed

LAPD spent more than $40 million in policing George Floyd protests as well as dealing with fallout from the coronavirus, running out of overtime money. → Read More

Destroy arrest records of uncharged protesters, lawyers say

Protesters arrested for curfew violations in Los Angeles aren't being charged, so their records should be sealed and destroyed, their lawyers say. → Read More

LAPD's use of batons, other weapons likely violated rules, caused significant injuries to protesters

The Los Angeles Police Department used violence to quell protests over police brutality, using batons and "less lethal" bullets in ways that at times violated protocols, according to a Los Angeles Times review. Many protesters were seriously injured. → Read More

LAPD investigating 56 allegations of misconduct by officers during protests; 7 taken out of the field

LAPD investigating 56 allegations of misconduct by officers during George Floyd protests → Read More

L.A. city attorney drops mandatory meetings for curfew violators

Los Angeles protesters arrested for violated curfews while demonstrating against the police killing of George Floyd won’t be prosecuted and now won’t have to attend meetings planned by City Atty. → Read More

Hundreds were arrested for peacefully protesting. Here are their stories

Hundreds were arrested for peacefully protesting. Here are their stories → Read More