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    • Latest On Three LAPD Officers Charged With Falsifying Gang Data (Los Angeleno)...DA Lacey Now Reviewing Hundreds Of LAPD Cases For False Data (LAT)
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    • 38 Arrested In Beverly Hills Police Brutality Protest (L.A. Taco)
    • L.A. CM Buscaino Pushing To Bring Back Bridge Home Police Enforcement (Knock)
    • Sheriff Investigation: Not A Tampon In Frappuccino (Fox11)
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    • Carnage: Montebello Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Woman (SGV Tribune)
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